Madison
63° F
Scattered Clouds
Scattered Clouds
Advertisement

Frederick Leon Kippley

Published On: Jun 29 2013 05:06:32 PM CDT

Fred. L. Kippley, age 55, died on Thursday, June 27, 2013 at UW Hospital as a result of injuries sustained in a fall.

He was born in Prairie du Sac on October 29, 1957, the son of the late Vernon and Harriet (Werla) Kippley. He was united in marriage to Linda Jaedike on April 15, 1989. Fred was the long-time owner of Locktight Security and Satellite in Prairie du Sac, co-owner of the Roxbury Trap Club, and a member of St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church. He was passionate about mountain biking, juggling, and hacky sack. He also much enjoyed being supportive of his sons' various interests and attending their activities. Fred had a quick wit and a zest for life which was apparent to all who knew him.

He is survived by his wife and loving friend, Linda of Prairie du Sac; two cherished sons, Evan and Garrett; seven wonderful siblings, Sandra (Wayne) Bolton, Kristine (Richard) Frey, Liane (Michael) Walsh, Nick (Jeri Hammond) Kippley, Kenneth (Jessica Hasheider) Kippley, Paul (Ann) Kippley and Edwin (Theresa) Kippley; his mother-in-law, Irma (Edward) Reimer; his brother-in-law, Dale Jaedike; many treasured nieces and nephews, other relatives and dear friends.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Dennis Kippley, and his father-in-law, Robert Jaedike.

A funeral service will be held at ST. JOHN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH, 100 Oak St., Prairie du Sac, at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, July 2, 2013, with Pastor Fred Rilling officiating. A visitation will be held at the church from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. on Monday, July 1, 2013.

The family would like to express appreciation to responding members of the Sauk Prairie Ambulance Association, the physicians and especially nursing staff of the UW Hospitals and Clinics Trauma Center for their compassionate and tender care.

Advertisement
  • Airplane

    No-fly zones: Where can planes fly?

    The crash of Malaysian airlines flight 17 in eastern Ukraine and a recent ban on flights to Israel due to violence near the airport in Tel Aviv has raised questions about which conflict-riddled areas of the world it is safe for commercial jets to travel. Take a look at strict no-fly zones as well as conflict zones, over which it's up to the airlines to decide whether or not to fly.

  • Taiwan plane crash wreckage

    Wong Yao-wen/Reuters

    Deadliest plane crashes in history

    Dozens are feared dead after a TransAsia Airways plane crashed on one of Taiwan's Penghu islands Wednesday. Take a look at the deadliest plane crashes in history.

  • Cruise ship night 2

    Costa Concordia disaster remembered

    The Costa Concordia set sail on its final voyage after running aground off the coast of Italy more than two years ago. Look back on the disaster that killed 32 people.

Advertisement