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Charles J. Lipscomb ’31

Published in June 12, 1991, issue

THE CLASS HAS RECENTLY LEARNED of the passing of Charlie Lipscomb July 29, 1990. Charlie was one of the group who came to us from Gilman. During freshman and sophomore years he roomed at 19 Univ. Place; the second year with Walt Jenifer. He came from Easton, Md., and was always ready to extol the wonders of the Eastern Shore and the Bay.

His great hobby was sailing, in which he never lost interest. During WWII, he served with the Air Force in the Intelligence Section of the General Staff. He was concerned with motion picture production, principally documentaries, which enabled him to travel extensively. He enjoyed life in Nantucket and the Caribbean, as well as in N.Y. and Baltimore. Travel, gardening, and photography were special interests. The Class extends its sincere sympathy to his widow, Tatiana, as well as to his son and daughter by a previous marriage.

The Class of 1931

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Tom and Jacki Epperson Says:

2009-12-02 09:49:31

Tom Epperson's grandmother, Mona Wilkinson Hundley, lived with Charles' mother and father in Easton at Kirkland Hall from 1916 to 1918. She was Charlie's first cousin from N.C. We met him in 1979 in Durham when he and Tanya came to visit. Would love to reconnect with extended family. Best regards.
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