Jeffrey Kipp

Sep 5 1955
Jan 20 2024
68 Years
Coatesville, PA

Jeffrey Kipp, 68, of Coatesville, passed away on Saturday, January 20, 2024, in East Fallowfield, PA. He was the husband of Zedra Trythall Kipp for over 45 years. Born in Fort Benning, GA, he was the son of William E. "Bill" Kipp of Honey Brook, PA, and the late Linda M. Checca Kipp.

Jeff was a lifelong resident of Chester County, having graduated from Downingtown High School in 1973 and West Chester University in 1978.  He was a self employed contractor.

Jeff had a passion for the outdoors. He spent many years running a charter boat out of Indian River, Delaware. He was also an avid hunter and enjoyed hunting with his grandson. His grandchildren were the joy of his life and he cherished every moment spent as their “Captain”.

In addition to his wife and father, he is survived by his son, Andy (Candee) Kipp of East Fallowfield Township; his daughter Jennifer Kipp of Conover, NC; his step-daughter, Brandie (Craig) Cline of Elverson; his two beloved grandsons, Wyatt and Chance Kipp; his sister Cathy Kipp Zanowski (Paul) of Greensboro, NC; and many other close family and friends. He was preceded in death by a son Matthew Kipp.

Visitation will be held at noon on Saturday, January 27th at Wilde Funeral Home in Parkesburg, PA, followed by the funeral services starting at 1 pm.  Interment will be private and at the convenience of the family.  In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Cornog Trout Club, 631 Marshall Rd Glen Moore, PA 19343 - one of Jeff’s favorite places.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the Wilde Funeral Home, Parkesburg, PA.  Online condolences can be posted at

Service Date: 
Jan 27 2024 - 1:00pm
Service Location: 
Wilde Funeral Home Parkesburg, PA



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I usually only saw Jeff during the months of March and April at Cornog Trout Club. It always amazed me how little clothing he wore in the extreme windy cold conditions .I loved fishing near Bill,Wyatt,and he...they were friendly and a joy to chat with while fishing. I'm sure he will be missed greatly by all. His friend ,Denny Snyder

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It is so hard for me to beleive and accept that it's Real. Jeff was my Best friend, he made me laugh so hard at times, becuase of his kindness, we've become Best buddy, we used to hang out at Roots market Auction, we've exchanged plants, produce at the end of auction. He Loved his bakery so much. I am so heart broken knowing I'm never going to see my Best buddy ever again. May the Lord Jesus keep you by his side Jeff. Some day we will all meet again 😥😩😞

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Dear Bill, 

We were saddened to hear about your son, Jeff.  We only had the one occasion to meet him, at your 90th birthday party.  He seemed like such a nice fellow and a good son.
We will pray for you and the rest of the family.  Please let us know if we can help out in any way.
Warm regards,
Sheila and Michael
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Dear Bill,  Bill and I were saddened to hear of your son's passing.  Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. 

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The descriptions are endless when we think about our friend Jeff Kipp. He was a great human being and a loyal friend, and we will greatly miss Jeff stopping by or calling. He would always check in to see how things were going and loved sharing his finds from the auction each week. He was always there whenever we needed help.

Donnie loved hunting and fishing with Jeff, he would always learn something from him and always have a good laugh.

To the Kipp Family, may you find Peace in due time with Jeff’s passing, know that he will not be forgotten. Rest in peace dear friend, we love you. Love, Donnie & Gail

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To all the Kipp Family, my sincere condolences to you.  Jeff and your entire family have been a part of my life since we were young children.  Peace and blessings to you.  Ellen B. Barker.....

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<p>&nbsp;My sincere heart felt condolences to the Kipp family,&nbsp; My friend and hunting partner for many years, I will cherish the memories and the love of nature we shared together. Until we meet again may you rest in peace.&nbsp;</p>

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So very sorry to hear of Jeff’s passing. The marina will not be the same. I’m going to miss our dockside chats of boat repairs and fish tales.  You are a good guy. Fair winds and following seas my friend. Until we meet again, GodSpeed!

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