Scott A. Kippert

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Scott A.

Family and friends will gather at

HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME, 16880 West National Avenue New Berlin, WI 53151

Friday, June 17 from 4-6 PM

  A celebration of his life with sharing of memories and memorial service at 6 PM


Kippert, Scott A.

Reunited with his loving parents, Shirley and Florian Jr. on Wednesday, June 1, 2022 age 62 years.  Loving father of Ashley Raunio.  Proud grandpa of Carter Raunio.  Beloved brother of Denyse (Mark) Stanley and Diane (Harry) Gunderson.  Dear uncle of Christopher (Alicia) Stanley and Michael (Elizabeth) Stanley.  Further survived by great-nieces, great-nephews, his girlfriend Debra Schultz, other relatives and countless loving friends.

Scott embodied everything that is good and bright in this world. It is a little bit dimmer now that his light has left us and we are the worse for it.   He was someone larger than life that was stolen from this world too soon.

Scott was a loving man with a heart for other people.  He was a hopeless romantic who was finally able to find his true love in Debbie Schultz. He believed life is about the relationships we have.  All of Scott’s relationships were important to him and he felt we should live our lives in such a way that there is no distinction between family and friends.  To him everyone he loved and cared about was considered family. Caring for and helping that family was his joy.

A great story teller, Scott loved to talk about the myriad of jobs he had during his life from working at a donut shop, to being a body shop manager and ultimately using his skills and knowledge to become a self-employed property owner and handyman.  Scott was a true renaissance man always inquisitive and learning and happy to share that knowledge and skills with anyone who needed help.

He had a sense of humor that would really grab your attention and would last well into his last days.  An inspiration to all, in his final years while he was struggling with his health he pushed forward day by day with his normal routine.

Scott was a lover of nature and the outdoors.  Some of his happiest days were at his cottage that he shared with his parents and subsequently his friends and loved ones. He was saddened when he could no longer visit the place he loved but we know his spirit will live on Maiden Lake for all eternity.  Because of who he was, we have the assurance that he is in heaven with his family that left before him, and we will see his smiling face again soon.

Until then Scotty Boy.

Family and friends will gather at HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME, 16880 West National Avenue New Berlin , WI 53151 on Friday, June 17 from 4-6 PM.  A celebration of his life with sharing of memories and memorial service at 6 PM.  Reception to follow.

Per Scott’s wishes, please dress casually.


  1. MFHS Class of 1968 June 11, 2022 at 10:45 am - Reply

    Diane and famiy,
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. We hope your memories of Scott will give you comfort.

  2. Tom and Sue Seatz June 11, 2022 at 10:47 am - Reply

    So very sorry to here about Scott. We really didn’t know him, but he must have been a wonderful person from reading his obituary. Sending prayers, Love and Hugs to the family!

  3. Thomas kelln June 11, 2022 at 12:45 pm - Reply

    So sorry for your loss, but know that he is in God’s memory,and will be in paradise.

  4. Gloria Heling Radank June 11, 2022 at 3:24 pm - Reply

    Sorry for your loss. May God give you and your family comfort and peace. Now Scott lives in you with your memories! 🙏🙏🙏 MFHS class of 68.

  5. Sally Klatt June 12, 2022 at 12:03 pm - Reply

    Dianne and Family

    So sorry to hear of your loss. We know how close you were to your brother, Scott. We are thinking of you, May you find peace and comfort knowing that his memories live within you.

    Love and Hugs,

    Ken and Sally

  6. Robert Manske class of 77 June 12, 2022 at 7:39 pm - Reply

    Sorry for your loss Scott was a great class mate we raised some heck back in the day but hewas alot of fun

  7. EmilyMarie Browne June 17, 2022 at 9:45 am - Reply


    I will miss you Scooty Boy. Thank you for being my Friend, Employee, and Body Shop Man. I will miss you forever. I wish with all my heart that you could have beat this terrible disease. And be with us today. Thank you for being my Friend.

  8. Joyce Erickson June 17, 2022 at 1:48 pm - Reply

    “Scotty” as he liked to call himself 👍. In spite of some intense arguments (imagine that 😝) & sometimes we went months w/o talking we had a special bond & love for each other that I had with no one else 👍❤️ Even when Sotty was so sick he was thinking/ looking out for me 👍. For For all that really knew & loved Scott, he will never be far from your/our hearts & souls as somehow he will always be here for us, offering advice whether it is needed or not :). I won’t say good bye but will say “see you later “👍❤️🙏🏻 ! I was the the lucky one to have you as my friend AND TY for being part of my life 👍🙏🏻 Love ya ❤️, Joyce

  9. Michelle Burt August 16, 2022 at 12:51 pm - Reply

    Scott agh… everyone’s wisdom friend. I’m still saddened at loosing such a great influence and friend in life. As u were ur own dr.. and most days telling ur dr.s what u needed and were quite right indeed. You helped me in my health journeys to advocate for myself … because if this I’m in a better place, mentally, emotionally , and physically. Thank you! Also thank you for talking me into getting my first dog a cockapoo. Daisy., and now Shasta daisy. U could see the drive and passion in a persons heart and encouraged this. I’m forever grateful to have called u a friend since 1999.. RIP , well deserved. I wanted to share that a intuitive healer I go to gave me peace by telling me. U are and would be going home. Ur work and lessons were learned in the earth school. Until we meet again Scotty… xoxoxo Michelle Burt.

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