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Pippin, John Lewis "Johnny"

Pippin, John Lewis "Johnny"

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John Lewis "Johnny" Pippin, 65, of Clayton, Alabama, died Sunday, July 26, 2020, in Dothan, Alabama. Funeral services will be held Friday, July 31, 2020, at 10 AM, in the Chapman Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Chris Toole officiating. Burial will follow in the Epworth United Methodist Church Cemetery with Chapman Funeral Home directing. Born January 10, 1955 in Eufaula, Alabama, Mr. Pippin was the son of the late Lurye Charles and Dorothy Griffin Pippin. Johnny retired from the City of Eufaula Department of Parks & Recreation. He was a family man who adored his sisters and brothers and LOVED his grandkids. He loved traveling to North Carolina with his four legged companion, Gracie, to visit his daughter Molly and her family. He and his son-in-law Donald loved sitting together smoking a good cigar. He was an avid hunter and fisherman. These were his best accomplishments because everyone knew Dad for the amazing hunter and fisherman he was. He knew Lake Eufaula inside and out. Survivors include his daughter: Molly (Donald) Feeney of Fayetteville, North Carolina; 5 grand-children: Kaleb Thomas, Bryson Thomas, John Feeney, Reagan Feeney, Madison Feeney; his brothers and sisters: Benjamin (Nancy) Pippin of Marreo, Louisiana, Emma (Bennie) Cobb of Waverly Hall, Georgia, Maetrist (Emmett) Ammons of Waverly Hall, Georgia, Pat (Bobby) Weaver of Ellerslie, Georgia, Brenda (James) Parks of Eufaula, Alabama, Rodger (Betty Sue) Pippin of Eufaula, Alabama. Active pallbearers will be Andy Pittman, Darren Carter, Kaleb Thomas, Tim Marsh, Brody Ingram and Robert Burns.

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