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Scott Hipp

Scott Frederick Hipp

Friday, March 31st, 1961 - Friday, September 20th, 2019
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Obituary

Scott Frederick Hipp, of New Hampton, NH, passed away in the early morning hours on Friday, September 20, 2019 at the age of 58.

Scott was born to Frederick and Helen Hipp (Talks) on March 31, 1961 in Irvington, NJ.

In 1978, Scott moved to Meredith NH, where he graduated from Inter-Lakes High School in 1980. He would meet his wife, Brenda, in 1984, and the two married on August 10, 1985 aboard the Mt. Washington. The couple would go on to have two children. He had a long career as a machinist, working at Burns Machine, and more recently at Eptam Plastic.

Hobbies of Scott's included coin collecting, photography, cruising around on his motorcycle, and flying his drone. He also used to be a Civil War reenactor with the 5th New Hampshire Volunteer Regiment. Over the past year, Scott had become an avid outdoorsman; taking up snowshoeing in the winter months, hiking with his little buddy Merlin, and cycling in the warmer months. He also enjoyed doting on his grandson, Lincoln, who loved his Poopa's hugs, and was his best buddy.

Scott is survived by his wife, Brenda; son Justin and his wife Kristen [Haley], and their son, Lincoln; his son Wade and girlfriend, Emilie Maddocks; his sister, Meta Ohman and her husband Philip; and several nieces and nephews. He is predeceased by his mother, Helen, and his father, Frederick.

There will be a memorial service celebrating Scott's life will be held at the at Camp Restaurant, 300 Daniel Webster Highway, Meredith, on Saturday, Oct. 5th, from 9am to 1:30pm.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to New Hampshire Humane Society, 1305 Meredith Center Road, Laconia, NH. 03246.
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    The Camp
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    300 Daniel Webster Highway
    MEREDITH, NH 03253
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    A Celebration of Scott's Life will be held at the Camp, 300 Daniel Webster Highway, Meredith, on Saturday, Oct. 5th, from 9am to 11:30am.

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Marc Vallee

Posted at 07:43pm
I'm Marc Vallee from the 5th New Hampshire Volunteers. I remember Scott from the 5th it's been a long time since I've seen him but none the less he left a lasting impression. He was the first person that reached out to me as a friend when I joined the 5th. I remember him as an out going and friendly man with a kind word for anyone. He will be missed by all that knew and loved him.

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Jennifer Wocell Bunker

Posted at 01:56pm
I met Scott when he first moved to Meredith, and attended I.L.H.S.. He was a lot of fun and we shared many laughs. He was very patient with me, a young girl from the neighborhood, following him around like a lovesick puppy. i remember he loved The Beatles, and I did too. My love and condolences to his family and loved ones. Rest in Peace, Scott.
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Flo Atherton

Posted at 02:11pm
Scott was like a fixture at EPTAM, he was always there and you could always count on him to do his job and help others at the same time. He worked so hard on hiking, biking, and other activities to put himself in better physical condition. Sympathies to all his family and friends
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