BOYNTON BEACH, FLA. – Stanley Lipp of Boynton Beach, Florida, and Dartmouth, Massachusetts, died on Aug. 28 at his home surrounded by his family. Stanley was born in Berlin, Germany.
In 1933 at the start of the Holocaust, he and his parents escaped Germany and emigrated to Palestine. After that, they lived in Italy and Latvia, before being granted admission to the United States in 1939. In the United States, they lived in Camden, New Jersey, for four years, before moving to New Bedford in 1944.
Stan graduated from New Bedford High School and Boston University.
He became a radio personality in New Bedford, after being introduced to the field while serving in the military. He was with WNBH for 13 years, and with WBSM for 37 years (1964-2001). He was well known for his program, “Open Line.”
Stan was also the Cantor at the Agudas Achim Synagogue in Taunton for 50 years.
He will be greatly missed.
Stan is survived by his wife Mae (Asser); children Lori Chase (Richard), Michael (Wendy Garf-Lipp); grandchildren Ezra (CarolAnn Kinzel), Carly Chase (Peter Kunze), Danny Chase; and great-grandchild Elan Lipp.
Donations can be made to the American Cancer Society or a charity of your choice.