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Rippeon, Eugenia F.

Posted: Wed 8:06 AM, Nov 08, 2017
Funeral Home: Vaughan Funeral Home & Crematory
Eugenia Frances Rippeon, 81, of Sandyville, W.Va., formerly of Westminster, Maryland, passed away Sunday, November 5, 2017 at Hubbard Hospice House, Charleston, W.Va.

She was born August 22, 1936 in Harrisburg, Penn., the only child of Melvin E. and Virginia C. McDaniel Stern.

Eugenia was co-owner and operator with her late husband of R&R Antiques for 30+ years. She also drove a school bus and worked in the school cafeteria. She was Methodist by faith.

She is survived by her son, Melvin C. Rippeon, Sr. (Cathy) of Sandyville and a grandson, Melvin C. Rippeon, Jr. of Sandyville.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Kenneth Lamar Rippeon in 2014.

There will be no public services.

Cremation arrangements have been entrusted to the Vaughan Funeral Home, 1010 Murdoch Avenue, Parkersburg, W.Va.

A guestbook for sharing condolences is available at VaughanFH.com.

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