I will miss you my friend. You had a great sense of humor,and it was always a pleasure to go to "Chips" for gas. Definately my first in line spot,mechanical work too. And I'd occasionally go "up" to the office.....and have some laughter with you. Your light will always shine in my memory.......My heart goes out to your family...God bless you my friend....and may Jesus be with you now.....Bob Adsit
Dear Brenda and family,
So deeply saddened to read of the passing of 'Chip'. Jeanie had kept us informed of his latest difficulties and prognosis, and we kept praying that you would both find peace and comfort through your faith.
It was such a pleasure to spend time with you and 'Chip' at Linda and Stan's last July, and to get to know him better. We both enjoyed his and your company very much. Wished that we had discussed Studebakers, because I have an interest in owning a Hawk or Avanti someday (soon I hope) myself. When I do, and it's a Hawk, I will be sure to name it after 'Chip'
We'll continue to keep you and the family in our thoughts and prayers. God Bless !.
There will always be a special light shining down from Heaven now. May God be with all of you at this most difficult time. We will remember all the wonderful service and friendliness we received from Chip at his gas station. That era is gone forever.God Bless you. Mel and Janet
All my love to Brenda and the family, Chip will be so missed.
Rick and family,
I am so sorry for the loss of your brother. I know when my brother Pat passed away, you told me how hard it was to lose Skip. It was about the same time that Pat died.
Your gas station was my favorite. Always stopped there on the way to work or on a long trip to fill up. My mom used it too for service calls.
My prayers are with you and Deb and the extended family during this hard time.
Chip Rest well and fly high
Soar high with the angels Chip!
Chip's light will always shine!
The Whiter Funeral Company was started in 1893 by H.A. Whiter and was originally located in Forestport, NY. Following a fire in Forestport our family relocated in Ilion, and reopened the funeral home, in the early 1900's.
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