Micah Wayne Pippen

Micah Wayne Pippen

Micah Wayne Pippen, 14, of Crossett, died September 10, 2015 at Children’s Hospital in Little Rock.

He was born on December 20, 2000 in Bastrop, Louisiana and was the 9th grade at Crossett Public Schools. Micah loved being outdoors with his family, and friends. He especially had a passion for hunting, and fishing. He also enjoyed riding his four wheeler, or his Jeep in the woods every chance he got.

He was preceded in death by his infant brother, Michael Joseph Pippen; and his grandparents, the late Durwood and Pearl Pippen.

Micah is survived by his father, Wayne Pippen and his wife Jill of Crossett; his mother, Sylvia Brown Freeland and husband Jeff of Gonzales, Louisiana; three brothers, Bryan Pippen of Crossett, Jarrod Pippen and wife Cheyenne of Hamburg, and Chantz Crymes of Gonzales, Louisiana; three step-brothers, Jarred Freeland, Trent Freeland and wife Kim, and Eric Freeland, all of Beekman Louisiana; three sisters, Loretta Duncan and husband Emory of Crossett, Montana Withers and husband Lance of Hamburg, and Brandi Crymes Brixey and husband Shane of Gonzales, Louisiana; his grandparents, Duane Brown, Martha Stanley, Alice “Topsy” Freeland all of Bastrop, Louisiana, Don and Cynthia Sullivan of Crossett; and hosts of, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and classmates.

In honor of Micah, please feel free to wear camo to his service.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held on September 17 at 2 p.m. at Cloverdale Assembly of God Church with pastor John Martin officiating. Burial will follow at Crossroads Cemetery.

Pallbearers are Bryan Pippen, Jarrod Pippen, Emory Duncan, Mark Brown, Craig Brown and Jacob Pruitt.

Honorary pallbearers are Bill Moyer, George Lewis, Cody Blue, Dillon Blue, Bill Rice, Lance Withers, Cobi Brown, Dillon Brown, Isaac Andrews, Kason Middlebrooks, Britt Courson, Jessie Rice, Don Sullivan, Jacob Baker, Ty Duncan, Kaleb May, Joe Martin, Jacob Martin, Noah Brown, Jonus Brown, Mearle Harper and Ethan White.

Visitation is September 16 from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. at Cloverdale Assembly of God Church.

Memorials may be made to:
Arkansas Children’s Hospital
1 Children’s Way
Little Rock AR 72202-3500
or, consider becoming an organ donor by contacting Arkansas Regional Organ Recovery Agency at www.arora.org or call 501-907-9150.