Michael James (‘The Greek’) Lippolis

By From page A4 | April 07, 2014

July 19, 1954 — March 26, 2014

After a long illness, he’s at rest.

Michael was born in Fairfield, Calif. He worked for Sambo’s while attending Armijo High School. Later on, he became a truck driver working for Martin Trucking and CSS Trucking. He loved fishing with his friends, which he had many. He will be missed.

Michael is survived by his daughter, Monique (Tyler) Dickinson of San Diego and brothers, Paul and Terry Lippolis and Mark Biddle.

A celebration of life will be held on July 19, 2014, at Michael’s home.

Nancy Green


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  • Sharon BerdellApril 07, 2014 - 3:16 pm

    We had some good times Mikey, sitting on the front porch laughing at your stories, passing 7-Up to you thru your bedroom window on my way to work, waiting for you to beat records at Red Lobsters all you can eat crab nights, just to name a few..You had a tough exterior but you were an old softy inside and you never let anyone celebrate without a birthday cake. I loved you my friend and I will miss you!

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  • Sabia MontandonApril 16, 2014 - 7:43 pm

    Michael was a great co-worker and friend at Sambo's back in '72'. He was so full of life and we really enjoyed having him as a member of the crew and also we done a lot of running around as friends. They were good times back then! Sabia "Zip"

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