The Nice Guy - Chip, Chippewa, Chippster, Chippy, Chippett, Chipwatusi, Chip. The man, the uncle, the friend, the father.
July 20 ,2020 at 10:00 AM Chip Dinnis (Paul E. Dinnis Jf) left this world. Chip was “the nice guy.” He was one of the kindest men you would ever meet, and you would know that because no matter where you were or who you were, he would engage with you to say hello, and make sure to ask how you were doing. No matter what color you were, your sexual orientation, your religious beliefs…none of that mattered because to Chip, you were a person that deserved his kindness. He loved his family and he loved his friends, which were also his family.
He was funny, extremely goofy and playful, he always knew how to make you smile.
He loved being outdoors, going to the mountains, in California and being on the road. He loved Florida and was always ready to explore.
If he wasn’t with friends or family having a good time, which he loved to have a good time, then he was working non stop. Chip loved to work! He spent his life making peoples homes and businesses transform with his amazing flooring skills. He loved making people happy.
Like I said...he truly was the nice guy! Chip will be forever missed and never forgot. The stories about his life, the memories we all have will be with us and told over and over again forever. We love you Daddio!
Survived by Jason Dinnis (son), Kristen Dinnis (Daughter), Jonathan Dinnis, (Nephew), Jessica Dinnis (Niece), Alexis Leggett (Great Niece), Jacie Leggett (Great Niece), Clover Dinnis (Great Niece), Nicki Dinnis (Daughter in-law) Danny, Tammy and Travis Willmath (sister and brother from another mother).
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