William H. “Bill” Lupien

March 11, 2011

William H. “Bill” Lupien, 72, of Oswego died Friday peacefully at his home surrounded by his family. Bill was born in Oswego, the son of the late William and Dorothy (Taylor) Lupien. He worked at Sears, in Oswego, prior to opening Lupien’s Gifts & Engraving with his wife, Donna. Bill enjoyed gardening, and he was an avid Mets fan. He loved playing the guitar and singing. He was predeceased by his son, Billy Lupien, in 1972. He is survived by his loving family Donna Quonce Lupien his wife of fifty-one years, and their children Debra (Wally) Robillard of Oswego, James (Laura) Lupien of Oswego, LeeAnne (Tony Potter) Lupien of Syracuse, and six grandchildren Courtney, Tyler, and Devon Robillard, Bradley, and Evan Lupien and Cole Potter. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday 9:30 a.m. at the Sugar & Scanlon Funeral Home, Oswego. Burial will be in St. Peter’s Cemetery. Calling hours will be Tuesday 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. at the funeral home 147 West Fourth Street, Oswego. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hospice, in his memory.

 

3 thoughts on “William H. “Bill” Lupien

  1. Dear Donna,
    I was shocked and so saddened to read Bill’s obituary in today’s paper. I appreciated seeing he died peacefully which I hope means he didn’t suffer long. I notice the mention of Hospice so I am assuming he was a cancer victim – that dreaded disease. I’m so sorry you have to join our widows club especially at only early 70s. I also noticed all your children are close by which is wonderful. You will soon learn you won’t know what to do without them – they are a Godsend. God Bless. Fondly and with deepest sympathy, Louise Kellogg, Hannibal

  2. We are so sorry to hear about your loss. Mr. Lupien was a great guy and will be missed by many. We are keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time! Will all our love, Frank, Lisa, Kevin and Taylor

  3. Donna,

    We were very sorry to hear of your husband’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.

    John and Colleen Rinaldo

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