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Jean Diana Dippman Cobb Williams , 96

Dan McClelland


Jean Diana Dippman Cobb Williams, 96, of Tupper Rd., passed away Tuesday morning, May 15, 2018 at her home.
She was born on May 6, 1922 in Chicago, IL to John Frank and Jean Lucille Dippman.
She was a graduate of Woods Business School and Powers Modeling School, both of New York City. She married Allen Cobb, Jr. on September 7, 1943.
Jean had worked as a private secretary as well as a clothing and photography model up to the birth of her first child in 1948. She then settled in as a homemaker and stay-at-home mother doing volunteer work for her church, school and town.
She moved to Long Lake from Cresskill, N.J. upon Allen’s retirement in 1979. Allen died on July 6, 1996. Six years after his death, she married Richard Williams on May 4, 2002.
As in Cresskill, she continued volunteer work for the church and the town, working at the visitors’ center in Newcomb, serving as secretary and board member for AARP, secretary and president to UMW of Calvary Methodist Church as well as secretary to the ministers. She was a member of the Eastern Star, Home Bureau, and Northern Needles.
Her parents and one brother, John F. Dippman, Jr., predeceased her. Her first husband Allen died on July 6, 1996. Her second husband Richard died on February 16, 2017. Her stepdaughter, Maureen Pfingst died April 12, 2018.
Survivors include her sons: Bruce Allen Cobb and his wife Nancy of Northvale, N.J. and Glenn Allen Cobb and his wife Mary Pugliese Cobb of Blairstown, N.J.; two grandchildren: Nicholas Allen Cobb and Ian Patrick Cobb; one nephew: Russell Dippman; one niece: Jill Dippman; stepson: Christopher Williams and his children, as well as Maureen’s children.
Friends were invited to call Monday, May 21, from 4- 7 p.m. at the Calvary United Methodist Church, Long Lake.
Funeral services were conducted 10 a.m. Tuesday, May 22 at the church. Burial will be in Long Lake Cemetery.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Miller Funeral Home, 6357 NYS Rte. 30, Indian Lake.
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