Mary Pippel

  • Born: December 25, 1940
  • Died: September 14, 2021
  • Location: Holland, Michigan

Langeland-Sterenberg Funeral Home

315 E 16th St
Holland, MI 49423

info@langelandsterenberg.com
Tel. (616) 392-2306

Tribute & Message From The Family



Mary Pippel, age 80, loving wife, mother, grandmother and lifelong resident of Holland passed away peacefully on September 14, 2021, from complications of Alzheimer's.

She is survived by her husband of 61 years, Howard; her children: Kimberly Meyer, Brenda Hatcher, and David (Renae) Pippel; and her grandchildren: Marshall Meyer, Pierce Meyer, Grant Hatcher, Mia Hatcher, Hudson Pippel, and Reagan Pippel; her sister-in-law and brother-in-law: Kathy Overbeek, and Bob Pippel.

Mary was a longtime member of Maplewood Reformed Church where she enjoyed playing the piano for Sunday school and church services. Mary loved spending time with her family, taking walks along Lake Michigan, and doting on her cat.

Mary enjoyed working with her many customers at both First of America Bank and National City Bank in downtown Holland for many years.

Visitation will be 6-8 pm Friday, September 17, 2021, at Langeland-Sterenberg Funeral Home, 315 East 16th Street, Holland. The funeral service will be 1 pm Saturday, September 18, 2021, at Maplewood Reformed Church, 133 East 34th Street, Holland. Interment will be in Pilgrim Home Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be given to Harbor Humane Society. www.langelandsterenberg.com


Condolence & Memory Journal

Oh my goodness, I just happened across this annoucement of Mary's passing and I just have to share. As a new teller at First of America, Mary was one of the wonderful people I was able to work with. Mary was such a lovely person, she showed me the ropes of true customer service. As I worked my way up to Head teller and we had to start selling products to our customers and doing sales calls; Mary was not convinced that she had the right skills. She quickly learned that she did but it really wasn't her cup of tea. True customer service, in her eyes, was helping people when asked and not always trying to get something from them in return. That is something that Mary taught me and I still carry with me today. After she retired and I had left the bank, we ran into each other and as always, Mary was so gracious and caring. She gave me her family update and I shared mine. I haven't seen Mary in many years but I am glad I saw this annoucement and could share the impact that she had on my life. Prayers of comfortable to the family.

Posted by Liz DeLaLuz - Holland, MI - Coworker   September 16, 2021

Sweet Sweet Mary. You will be missed. I sure hope Kim has your potato salad recipe ! We had such wonderful times together at the beach. Please say hello to all of our friends at the Rainbow Bridge and I'll send a donation to help out the next batch of Black Kitty's! All My Love

Posted by Holly Meyer    September 16, 2021


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