ForeverMissed
Otis Pippins was born to Joanna Pippins-Dawson and James Moore on November 9, 1947, in Tallulah, Louisiana.
He graduated from Martin High in 1965.  Otis moved from Louisiana to Las Vegas, where he lived most of his life and worked in the steel industry.  He later moved to Cincinnati, Ohio.  He continued his work at Newport Steel for twenty-three years, worked at Cincinnati Milacron for six years and at Philip Carey.  He later transitioned into sponsorship, where he touched many more lives, giving them reasons for better living at the Oak Street facility and Volunteers of America.
He leaves to cherish his memory his loving daughter Rosalynn Richardson (Jones); one Daughter-in-law, Easter (Marie) Jones; two sons, Otis R. Pippins Jr and Artis Pippins; two granddaughters, Iah’moni Richardson and I’Yunna Richardson.  He also leaves four sisters, Eldora Dent (Sylvester) of Las Vegas, Nevada, Mary Jean Long (Huey) of Louisiana, Curtistine Pippins and Marilyn Tutt; one brother Artis Ray Dawson of Cincinnati, Ohio; and a host of nieces, nephews and many friends across numerous states.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Otis Pippins, 73 years old, born on November 9, 1947, and passed away on October 22, 2021. We will remember him forever.

Professional Services Entrusted to W. E. Lusain Funeral Home

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My Daddy!

Shared by Lusain Memorial on November 2, 2021

Otis Pippins was the most loving, giving, humble,

trustworthy, upstanding man you would ever want to meet.

To know him was to love him.

When you think of him, you can only smile!

He left impressions wherever went and to whoever he met.

My daddy was loved by many, and this world has lost a true “Superhero.”

That’s what he was to me and yet, I was what he would refer to me as “his boss.” LOL

Who am I gonna boss around now?

Daddy you’ll be greatly missed!

Until our lives cross paths again….Rest Up My King

Love Forever, Rosalynn