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Obituary | Adrian and#8220;Tippyand#8221; Oand#8217;Brien

Adrian and#8220;Tippyand#8221; Oand#8217;Brien
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Adrian Linton Oand#8217;Brien, best known by his friends and family as and#8220;Tippyand#8221; and his long time girlfriend Kathy and#8220;Katand#8221; Daniels departed this earth, for unknown reasons on April 23, 2012. Adrian is preceded in death by his parents Terrance J. and Alice T. Oand#8217;Brien. He is survived by his son Bret Oand#8217;Brien of Carson City, Nev. and his two sisters Cheryl Harvey and Frankie Totedo both from Phoenix, Ariz. and his brother Ray Oand#8217;Brien from Tahoe City, Calif.

Tippy was born in Santa Barbara, Calif. on Feb. 15, 1959. He grew up in Tahoe City and attended Tahoe Lake School and North Tahoe High School. He served in the United States Marine Corps from November 1977 to October 1984. He moved to Dayton, Nev. in 1988 and met and#8220;Katand#8221;. They lived together for the last 14 years.

Tippy was best known for is ability to fix almost anything and his willingness to always help someone in need. He was the owner/operator of Adrianand#8217;s Firewood and Timber Products. Most recently he worked as a heavy equipment operator for various construction companies.

He loved the outdoors, riding motorcycles, camping and other outdoor recreational pursuits. He also enjoyed selling things he had fixed or collected, at one of his and#8220;never ending yard sales.and#8221;

Tippy and Kat will be missed by many. The family will have a private memorial for them in the summer.


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