Scott Sipple portrait

A Glimpse Into Scott Sipple

Scott touched many lives in his short time here on earth. He was a rare person because of how many roles he filled in people‚Äôs lives. Not only was he an amazing son, but he was also a loyal friend, an excellent godfather, an elected half-brother, an unofficial uncle and co-parent, the list goes on. He was caring, funny and extremely generous. But above all those things, Scott was selfless. He was one of the most selfless and giving people we will ever know. Scott loved hunting and shooting; that was his passion, along with his dog “Straub”, classic cars, and spending time with the people he considered friends. There are many pictures of Scott wearing bright orange, holding a shotgun with his dog Straub right beside him. He was the single most unique, versatile and big hearted person we’ve ever known.

Through 2023, the Scott Sipple Foundation has donated more than $250,000 to organizations who bring awareness to mental health issues and other groups that support the things that were important to Scott. Below are some of the organizations where the money has gone. Please click on their logos to learn out more about them.

2023/2024 Officers and Board Members

  • Greg Harpster – President
  • RG Stitt – Vice President
  • Kristin Harpster – Secretary
  • Christie Miller – Treasurer
  • Tom Grice
  • Mike Race
  • Michaela Harpster
Jana Marie Foundation logo Centre Helps logo VFW Post 5825 Veterans of Foreign Wars, Pine Grove Mills, PA
Ruffed Grouse Society - American Woodcock Society logo Freedom 5K for PTSD logo Lone Survivor Foundation logo
Journey to Normal - Women of War Come Home logo Victory Therapeutic Horsemanship logo
Tussey Mountain Jr Rifle Club logo My Mental Health Matters Club @ State College High School logo