Sgt. Bryan Anderson Pippin

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Bryan Anderson Pippin was born April 5, 1969, in Frankfort, Kentucky to William Reggie (Vicki) Pippin and Toni L. Brooks. He departed this life on September 9, 2021, at St. Dominic Hospital, Jackson, Mississippi.

Bryan received his education at Frankfort High School in Frankfort, Kentucky, and Morehead State University in Morehead, Kentucky. He earned a degree in criminal justice. While at Morehead State University, Bryan joined the fraternity of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated.

He was united in holy matrimony to Nichole Penn on June 17, 2000. To this union, one child was born. Upon moving to Jackson, Bryan united with New Jerusalem Church under the pastoral leadership of Pastor Dwayne Pickett. He loved the Lord and served Him in a quiet and godly manner.

In 1992, Bryan became a police officer with the Jackson Police Department. He dearly loved his job and served the citizens of Jackson well. He was promoted to sergeant where he was a supervisor over the Traffic Division and later served at Precinct One where he served until his death.

He is survived by his wife, Nichole Penn Pippin; three daughters: Bryonna Elaine Pippin Mercer (Hopkinsville, KY), Eboni Moore (Jackson, MS), and Asjah Pippin (Jackson, MS); his parents: William Reggie (Vicki) Pippin (Louisville, KY) and Toni L. Brooks (Canton, MS); three grandchildren: Bryon Mercer, Bryleigh Pippin, and True Moore (Stank); one sister: Trina Pippin (Atlanta, GA); mother-in-law, Delberta Taylor (Mobile, AL); grandmother, Harriet Pippin (Memphis, TN); and several aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

Visitation was held on September 16, 2021 at Peoples Funeral Home Chapel, 886 North Farish Street, Jackson, MS 39202 with the funeral service on September 17, 2021 at New Jerusalem Church, 5708 Old Canton Road, Jackson, MS with Pastor Dwayne Pickett officiating.

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Sgt. Bryan Anderson Pippin

By Jackson Advocate News Service
September 30, 2021