Memorial Service

Sat. Jun. 16, 2018
10:30 am

St. Justin Martyr Catholic Community

13350 Ashford Point Drive
Houston , TX 77082.
Sat. Jun. 16, 2018
10:30 am
St. Justin Martyr Catholic Community
13350 Ashford Point Drive
Houston , TX 77082.
In Memory of
Peter Tiplady

Peter Tiplady, 66, passed away Thursday, June 7, 2018 in Houston, Texas.   He was born on April 28, 1952 in Birtley, England.   He was "a good mate", loving son, brother, father, husband, grandfather, and great-grandfather.

After school at Saint Joseph’s he worked for Caterpillar and Durham Chemical.  He lived an adventurous life and made many friends “mates” every where he went.  He played the drums in various jazz bands.  Avid lover of rock and roll music.  

In 2008 Peter moved to Texas to be closer to his Daughter Kay and her family and soon met his beautiful bride Carla Louviere.  They enjoyed travel, going to the Guadalupe river, and spending time with friends at First Tee Pub and Triple Crown playing a mean game of league shuffle board. Most of all they enjoyed spending time with family and loving on their children and grandchildren. 

He is survived by is loving wife, Carla Louviere-Tiplady; children, Kay, Tony, Jim, Tracy, Chris, and Kim; grandchildren, Kyle, Ann Marie, Evans, Gabby, Brooke, Jenna, Blake, and Lance; and great-grandchildren, Aubrey, and Kade.  

A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, June 16 at 10:30am at St Justin Martyr Catholic Church (13350 Ashford Point Dr, Houston, TX 77082), Father Paul Chovanec officiating.   A
reception will immediately follow at First Tee Pub (12589 Whittington Dr)

(In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the Snowdrop Cancer Foundation.


Charitable Donations may be made to:

Snowdrop Cancer Foundation
Website Link

Sign Guestbook

John Holton and Pam Ebersole

All my love always.

Thoughts & Prayers for you & your Family


Message from
Dottie and Greg
Sat, 06/16/2018

Peter was a gentle, caring and passionate man who loved travel, music, good friends, a cold beer, life itself but his true love was his family. We feel very fortunate for having known Peter, we will miss his smiling face, good humor and conversation, particularly tales of his grandchildren. He was a man like no other and will be missed by many.