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Scott Lippert, 55, of Williston, North Dakota, passed away Monday morning, February 11, 2019 at his home in Williston,after fighting his burdensome thoughts that he was so strong to deal with.

His Funeral Service will be celebrated Monday morning, February 18, 2019 at 11:00 AM at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in Williston.  Rev. David Maxfield will officiate and interment will follow in the Riverview Cemetery.

Friends may call at the Everson Coughlin Funeral Home Sunday, February 17, from 1:00 PM until 5:00 PM and for the hour preceding the funeral service at the church on Monday.

Scott Rondell Lippert was born on November 8th, 1963 to Lawrence and Gerrie (Fetzer) Lippert in Wolf Point, MT. Scott attended Frontier Elementary School in Wolf Point 1st through 4th grade. After moving to Williston, Scott attended Round Prairie Country School 5th through 8th grade. He graduated from Williston High School in 1981. He furthered his education at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks specializing in Aviation. Scott’s career started in the oil field on the drilling rigs for 2 years before going to work for GL Trucking and driving truck/crane operator for 23 years. Scott was an entrepreneur of multiple business ventures, ranging from tanks sales to rental properties. He was always looking for the next business opportunity which showcased his work ethic instilled by his parents. Scott was always generous in the community, donating to many benefits and organization and helping others any way he could.

Scotts pride and joy was his son Payden, with whom he enjoyed hunting, fishing and many other outdoor activities. Most of their time was spent outdoors down in the badlands where they indulged in farming and gardening, four-wheeling, and exploring the beautiful landscape surrounding them on their property. Most of all, Scott thoroughly enjoyed spending time with his son.

Scott was a smart, charismatic man with a magnetic personality. In his childhood, He would often scheme with his brother to get a rise out of his younger sisters. Keeping everyone on their toes was the best part of his day. His witty behavior carried throughout his high school days with his buddies. Scott was the life of the party wherever he went. His gift giving always had a twist and ended with a laugh. His humor and jokester style will be missed by his friends and family.

Surviving Scott are his son, Payden; his mother, Gerrie; brother, Troy (Kris) Lippert; sisters, Kim (Rick) Nice and Gayle (Chris) Caldwell; nieces and nephews, Nick (Molly) Lippert, Miranda (Lorne) Silbernagel, Brittany (Scottie) Wold, Sabrina (Zach) Hart, Kyle Leining (Kalli Kjos), Katie Nice (Jared Croop), and Erick Nice (Aniston Eslinger); Sandra LaRoque (Payden’s mother); and numerous great nieces and nephews.

Preceding Scott in death were his father, Lawrence Lippert; his niece, Andrea Leining; and his Grandparents, Jacob and Ida Lippert, and William and Amanda Fetzer.

Friends may visit www.eversoncoughlin.com to share remembrances of Scott or leave condolences for his family.

 

 

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