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Fountain, CO
Retired education and pastor - Author of romantic mysteries and thrillers

As an educator, teacher and high school principal, I moved toColorado in the '90s to both teach and pastor a small local church, while also working on a novel. After 48 years, I finished Freedom's Tree and self-published through West Bow Press, a division of Zondervan and Nelson Bibles.

Currently, I am writing a sequel titled Restoring Blair House, while planning a third in the series. I taught at Success First, the alternative school at Doherty High School and retired from Coronado High School where I taught English and served as department head.

In retirement, I've been a community activist battling against the commercialization of medical marijuana and
against the proliferation of smart meters, a wireless industry tool that emits electro-magnetic radio frequency, "dirty electricity."

1978, 1977, 1970 - Distinguished Service Award, Jaycees
1970-1971 - Mott Foundation Fellowship
1976 - Service to Youth Award, Kennedy High School Key Club
1978, 1970 - Listed in Outstanding Young Men of America, US Jaycees
Bachelor of Science in English and Social Studies, University of Colorado, 1967 - Master of Arts, Eastern Michigan University, 1971 - Bachelor of Christian Ministry, Colorado Christian University, 1990.
National Association of Secondary School Principals
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My book, Freedom's Tree - Community Leadership: How to Find It and Make It Work for You - A humorous approach to self publishing - Creative writing - Utility smart meters and their effect on you - Marijuana Wars: My Life as a Community Activist
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Dear Pastor Lippincott , I wanted to say hello and ask if you are the same ken lippincoft who pastored at Anchor Way in Colorado Speings in the early 90's ? If so I'd like to touch base.

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