|Preceded by||Bob McKessock|
|Succeeded by||Bill Murdoch|
January 19, 1944 |
|Residence||Near Owen Sound, Ontario|
|Occupation||Business executive, farmer|
Lipsett was educated at the University of Western Ontario. He is a fifth-generation cattle farmer in Silcote Corner, near Owen Sound, Ontario. He served as a trustee on the Grey County Board of Education, and a director of Formosa Mutual Insurance Company.
He was elected to the Ontario legislature in the 1987 provincial election, defeating Progressive Conservative Bill Murdoch by about 2,000 votes in the riding of Grey. Lipsett was a backbench supporter of David Peterson's government during his time in the legislature. He was a parliamentary assistant to the Minister of Energy in 1989-90.
Lipsett returned to the Formosa Mutual Insurance Company (later renamed Trillium Mutual Insurance) after his defeat, and has been marketing manager since 1991. He oversees advertising and sponsorship programs in the company.
- "Results from individual ridings". The Windsor Star. September 11, 1987. p. F2.
- "Ontario election: Riding-by-riding voting results". The Globe and Mail. September 7, 1990. p. A12.