Seth Chippin passed away on August 5 th , 2020 at Princess Margaret Hospital after a courageous
battle with cancer. Seth followed in his father’s footsteps and began working at the Victory Meat Market from a
very young age. It was important after Bernard’s passing that he carried on the legacy. The
Victory was so important to Seth. He was a hardworking man whose life was the store. He took
tremendous pride in the store and cared for his employees immensely. Seth was predeceased by his father Bernard Chippin.
He is survived by his mother Valerie Chippin, sister Natalie Chippin-Lipkowitz (Sidney) and
nieces Jaclyn and Rachel Lipkowitz (Zachary); his loving partner of 23 years Linda Beardall and
her children Becky and Nicky; Uncle Kenny Frank (Francie); Aunt Betty and a number of cousins
and friends. Seth was a humble, selfless person who always had time for anyone. He loved the water,
boating at the cottage and spending time with his friends and family. He was the ultimate nice
guy that everybody loved. He was humble and performed many acts of kindness for his
community. He always lent a helping hand to those in need and was a very loyal friend to those
who knew him. We have lost a very special person. He left us with an incredible model of how
to live our lives, to be kind, helpful, and charitable. Thank you to Dr. O’Kane, Dr. Ezzat, the palliative care team and the doctors and nurses in 17B
at Princess Margaret Hospital.

For those who wish, memorial donations may be made to Richard LeGresley Billiary Cancer Research Fund at Princess Margaret Hospital (416) 946-6560 or the Sgoolai Israel Synagogue
Fredericton, NB.

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