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Loren Beryl Pipes CA MO AL KA
Posted by: Naomi Date: May 31, 2001 at 21:50:46
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Loran Beryl Pipes was born on July 13 1897 to A. L. and May Pipes in the state
of Missouri. His father being an early day holiness of the aggressive sort caused
them to move quite a lot, but son, Beryl, was taught by precept and example the
way of holiness and was converted at a early age. He was later sanctified called
to preach. He was a useful minister and contender for the vital doctrines of Bible
holiness and the One Church in the New Testament polity and order. In the
early 20ís he moved with his family to Cuba, Alabama to help reestablish the
Independent Holiness forces there. But after a short time they moved to Ft.
Scott, Kansas where he labored effectively with the local church and the Good
Way paper, also in outlying communities. In 1935 they moved to Fresno,
California where lived until his death. Since his retirement from the contracting
business, he has been away from home much of the time evangelizing among
the churches and building up mission stations in the States and in Mexico. Also
in Japan he labored in this way. He was an supporter of missions he made a
tour around the world, visiting missions in India, Japan and other places. His
hands and judgment will be greatly missed throughout the Independent Holiness
       Bro. Pipes was married to Nina Gertrude Cooper on September 13, 1918
in Mexico Missouri by Bro. M. P. Points For a short time following he was in
Military Training at Fulton Mo. He leaves his devoted wife, Nina, and there fine
family of eight children : Lloyd B. and Mrs. Glenna Pickford, Fresno; Mrs. Eloise
Hanson Cupertino; James E Fresno; DR Keith E., St. Louis MO; Vaughn L.,
Stockton; Mrs. Nina Williams Solvang; and Deborah of the home great
grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Mary Houston Fresno; and one brother Howard O
of Carson City Nevada.

       The funeral service was conducted by Bro. William Finke SR. and Bro.
Herbert M. Shaw. They were both close friends of Bro. Pipes for many years and
could offer very appropriate remarks about his life and labors in the he service.
Bro. Theron Boone read the twenty-third Psalm. The pallbearer were his sons
and grandsons Lloyd, Keith, Douglas, William, and Randel Pipes and Keith
       His body was laid to rest in the Belmont Memorial Park in the City of
Fresno, where he lived labored and died. Many of his friends watched the closing
of the book of his life which will long live in the memories of those who knew and
loved him. He now rests from his labors, but his works live on
       Written by a long time friend and brother
              Herbert M Shaw

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