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Celebration of Life for Gary Phippin
Sunday, August 04, 2013, 11:00am - 02:00pm
by Roseann Hernandez

Many of you know him as the guy with the long hair...the guy who  looks like ...............Kenny Rogers.....(Which he felt was almost as Good as himself! In his younger years they would say Chris Christofferson)......or the Best Darn Barber in Santa Cruz!...and friend... ON August 4th.... The staff and myself at Thrifty Cuts...will be  holding a Celebration for Gary's Memorial service at the VFW Lodge on 7th Ave..... Here in /Santa Cruz  ...from 11Am Till 2PM. California National Guard will be holding honors at High Noon
BBQ to follow....1-2pm... All guest are welcome to potluck if they wish any additions for  deserts.....
Gary was a man of private thoughts and worked for 37yrs 22 of them  at "The Barber Shop"......
The towns people were his friends and for this I hope you can join  his family in his tribute...
Sincerely and with Deep Gratitude to All of You. Loretta
Gary Phippen

Location : VFW Lodge 2259 7th Avenue.
Contact : If questions call Loretta 818-3313 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
no charge

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