Lorna Lee (Sasse) Ripperger, 87, of Bristol

Posted 3/17/22

Lorna Lee (Sasse) Ripperger, 87, of Bristol, R.I., passed away, Thursday, March 10, 2022, at The Dawn Hill Home For Rehabilitation and Healthcare, Bristol. Born in Denver, Colo., she was the daughter …

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Lorna Lee (Sasse) Ripperger, 87, of Bristol

Posted

Lorna Lee (Sasse) Ripperger, 87, of Bristol, R.I., passed away, Thursday, March 10, 2022, at The Dawn Hill Home For Rehabilitation and Healthcare, Bristol. Born in Denver, Colo., she was the daughter of the late Carlton and Estelle (Montgomery) Sasse.

She was the widow of Donald John Ripperger.

Mrs. Ripperger had worked as a receptionist at Butler Hospital for 15 years, retiring in 1998. She was a member of the Barrington Women’s Club and enjoyed bowling and playing bridge.

She is survived by a son, Gary D. Ripperger and his wife Debbie of Hamilton, Ohio; two daughters, Marilyn E. Goes and her husband Bruce of Bristol, R.I., and Donna L. Machado and her companion John Grimo of Bristol, R.I.; six grandchildren: Burton Reed, Jana Cote, James Reed, Angie Ripperger, Michael Machado, Samantha Machado, and five great-grandchildren.

Calling hours are omitted.

Funeral services and burial will be private.

Arrangements are by Smith Funeral & Memorial Services, 8 Schoolhouse Rd., Warren.

Information/On-Line condolences please visit- www.wjsmithfh.com

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