ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of Chase Lipscomb who passed away on February 24th, 2021. Although no longer on this earth he will forever be in our hearts.

Chase was witty with a wonderful sense of humor, was technically gifted and could fix anything that involved machinery or computer related equipment like his father. He had a caring heart and would give you the shirt off his back if he thought you were in need.

He was also a great communicator who often wrote emails and sent letters to family members with funny drawings on the borders and envelopes to get a laugh. In addition he was a voracious reader and often traded book titles with his mom.

Chase will be greatly missed, never forgotten and always loved by those who held him close to their hearts.
Posted by Graham Burch on March 1, 2021
Chase,
I am going to miss your smile and wit. You have such a tender heart, especially for family and friends. You were always so much fun to be around. You will live in our hearts until we meet again. Rest In Peace.
Posted by Linda Burch on March 1, 2021
Dear Chase
You will be missed so much. Your happy smile was contagious with that grin from ear to ear.
I loved all the letters you sent me. You were a beautiful writer and gifted in so many ways.  I woke up this morning thinking about the beach trip you took with us and how excited you were about going night crabbing. I also remember all of the Thanksgiving meals, birthdays and holidays we all shared. You will never be forgotten and will be in my heart forever.
I love you.
Posted by margaret thornton on March 1, 2021
Chase, the most loved nephew of my friend Celia Flock....great stories she would tell about your energy, creativity and kindness. She loved you so much Chase. Somehow I believe you know that even now. Love and care on others in heaven with your tender heart. Make them laugh with your wittiness, let your creativity be limitless as you are patterned in the divine Creator’s image!!
Posted by C Stoike on March 1, 2021
I will miss our letters and videos, my friend. Will keep you in my heart now. Always mellow.
Posted by Susun Miller on March 1, 2021
I remember those blond curls, too!  When you would visit Greensboro as a wee lad, we'd have to bolt everything down because you had to know how things worked by taking them apart!  You were so helpful to your Mom around the gardens, barn and animals and I remember you doing the same around the tack store. You loved your Mom's cooking, too. I am sorry I did not get to know you as an adult. Most of all, you were kind and sweet to me, and I don't think you ever met a stranger.  I know you were greatly loved by your family. Rest in Peace.
Posted by Celia Flock on March 1, 2021
I remember your blond curls and chubby cheeks as a little one always "trying to get your wiggles out!" You were curious, intelligent, mischievous and funny. As you grew you struggled to fit in but always had friends and family that cared about you. My favorite memory of you as an adult is your being able to help and encourage some older men who were sick and without family or hope. You stayed with them, brought them little gifts of candy and soap, made them laugh and showed them love. I remember the excitement in your voice and you being the happiest you had ever been. I will miss your long letters and emails where you discussed world topics, questions about the Bible, everyday life and me! You always asked how I was doing. And then had an encouraging word for me...I love you Chase Lipscomb and always will. You made my world brighter my nephew and friend. God bless you.

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Posted by Graham Burch on March 1, 2021
Chase,
I am going to miss your smile and wit. You have such a tender heart, especially for family and friends. You were always so much fun to be around. You will live in our hearts until we meet again. Rest In Peace.
Posted by Linda Burch on March 1, 2021
Dear Chase
You will be missed so much. Your happy smile was contagious with that grin from ear to ear.
I loved all the letters you sent me. You were a beautiful writer and gifted in so many ways.  I woke up this morning thinking about the beach trip you took with us and how excited you were about going night crabbing. I also remember all of the Thanksgiving meals, birthdays and holidays we all shared. You will never be forgotten and will be in my heart forever.
I love you.
Posted by margaret thornton on March 1, 2021
Chase, the most loved nephew of my friend Celia Flock....great stories she would tell about your energy, creativity and kindness. She loved you so much Chase. Somehow I believe you know that even now. Love and care on others in heaven with your tender heart. Make them laugh with your wittiness, let your creativity be limitless as you are patterned in the divine Creator’s image!!
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Shared by Debbie Petrin on March 1, 2021
My favorite memory of sweet Chase was at a fall festival in Charlotte when he was about 3. We spent the entire day outside, playing on swings, and then getting our faces painted. All 4 kids were so excited but none more than Chase. He was so proud of his painted face. Years went by,I saw him whenever I saw his mom. In the last few years I wasn’t able to see him, but we kept in touch with texting. I was able to tell him how much I loved him and that I would  always be available if he ever needed me. His heart was kind, his personality was funny and witty, and he easily forgave others . Chase fought long and hard and is now free. Free from struggle, free to soar and free to be at peace.RIP sweet baby