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Jay C Gipe

Sep 16, 1951 - Jul 01, 2020

Jay C Gipe

September 16, 1951 - July 01, 2020

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Jay C. Gipe, 68, passed away at 6:30 p.m. on July 1, 2020. You went away and life isn't the same without you. So many wonderful memories of you will always stay and we all will think of you with a smile everyday. He was born and raised in Lansing, Michigan, on September 16 ,1951, to Carl Gipe and Lorraine Weeks. He was a Florida resident for 36+ years.

He is survived by his sister, Loretta Love; children, Melissa Allen, Michael Gipe, Barbra Gipe; grandchildren, Kylee Hinton, Kyle Kozak, Cloey Kozak, Tristan Gipe, Courtney Gipe, Zack Gipe, and wife Rebecca Gipe; great grandchildren, Izzabella Haley and Zelda Gipe and many other close family and friends, all whom will miss him dearly. We all will miss all of his stories, laughs, smiles, and most of all, his warming hugs. Us girls will miss all the times he called us beautiful and us boys will miss when he talked about guitars and fishing.

~ Come With Me ~

God Saw You Getting Tired
And A Cure Was Not To Be
So He Put His Arms Around You
And Whispered 'Come With Me.'
With Tearful Eyes
We Watched You Suffer
And Saw You Fade Away,
Although We Loved You Dearly
We Could Not Make You Stay.
A Golden Heart Stopped Beating,
Hard Working Hands At Rest,
God Broke Our Hearts To Prove
He Only Takes The Best.
It's Lonesome Here Without You,
We Miss You More Each Day,
Life Doesn't Seem The Same
Since You've Gone Away.
When Days Are Sad And Lonely
And Everything Goes Wrong,
We Seem To Hear You Whisper
'Cheer Up And Carry On.'
Each Time We See Your Picture,
You Seem To Smile And Say
'Don't Cry, I'm In God's Keeping
We'll Meet Again Someday.'
You Never Said 'I'm Leaving',
You Never Said Goodbye,
You Were Gone Before We Knew It,
And Only God Knew Why.
A Million Times We Needed You,
A Million Times We Cried,
If Love Alone Could Have Saved You,
You Never Would Have Died.
In Life We Loved You Dearly,
In Death We Love You Still,
In Our Hearts You Hold A Place,
That No One Could Ever Fill.
It Broke Our Hearts To Lose You,
But You Didn't Go Alone,
For Part Of Us Went With You,
The Day God Took You Home.

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