Susan J. Dupuis

susan dupuis
Meriden - Susan J. Dupuis, 49, of Gwen Rd., Meriden, wife of thirty years to Richard Dupuis died Friday, May 28 at Masonic Healthcare Center in Wallingford. She was born May 5, 1955 in Meriden, a daughter of Joseph and Geraldine (Veillette) Corriveau. She was also a proud mother of Stephanie and Sarah Dupuis. Susan was truly a devoted wife, daughter and mother. Besides her husband, parents and daughters, she is survived by five sisters and their spouses, Christine and John Wanat of Wallingford, Cathleen Verterame of East Granby, Sheila and Larry Hillburn of Meriden, Leslie Corriveau of Meriden and Lauren Corriveau of Waterbury. She is also survived by her in-laws, Arthur and Helen Dupuis of Wallingford, Sharon and John Augustyniak of Meriden and Beth Ann and George Crawford of Meriden, as well as many cousins, nieces, nephews and dear friends, Vivian, Gary, Angela and Dan Naimoli of Meriden. A funeral mass will be celebrated on Tuesday, June 1, 2004 at 10 a.m. at All Saints Episcopal Church , Meriden. The Rev. Irvin (Sherm) Gagnon will officiate. Burial will follow at Walnut Grove Cemetery. Relatives and friends may call at the Beecher & Bennett Flatow Funeral Home ,48 Cook Ave., Meriden on Monday, May 31 from 4-8pm. The family would like to express their heartfelt appreciation to Dr. Rajani Nadkarni and her cancer care team, the health care workers at MidState Medical Center Pavilion B, and the dedicated staff on Ramage 2 at Masonic Healthcare Center. In lieu of flowers, donations in Susan's memory can be made to The Book of Remembrance, All Saints Episcopal Church 201 West Main St., Meriden,Ct 06451.

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  1. I am sorry to hear about your loss, I too know the feeling of losing a loved one in death, this is something that no matter how many times we go through, we always feel the pain of hurt. I would like to share with you what has bought me comfort. Please let me know if it is ok. With Deepest Sympathy, Annette

  2. I am very sorry that this happened. Sarah you know I\’m there for you, you are still a great friend of mine. You, your sister, and your father are terrific people just like your mother. I will be there for you absolutely without a doubt if you need me.

  3. I am very sorry to hear about the loss of your beautiful wife. My prayers are with you and your children. Sincerely, Joanne

  4. I was in Newport last summer and I that\’s when I met Steph. We\’ve been in contact via email or phone calls, and she always talked about her mother. I wish I had the chance to have met her. She sounded like an incredible person, and I want to send my sympathies to Steph and her family. Steph, let me know if there\’s anything I can do… Matthew Caster, USN

  5. I will miss seeing her going by to the deck to get the air that she loved so much. With sincere sympathy, Marge Butler Ramage 2, Masonic Healthcare Center

  6. I\’m so sorry to hear about your loss, and I send my sympathy, Mrs. Dupuis was a loss for all of us.

  7. Sarah, I\’m very sorry to hear about your mother. I only met her once or twice but I know she was a wonderful mother and she loved you and your sister very much. I just want you all to know that i am praying for you.

  8. To the Dupuis Family, I am very sorry for your loss. Sorry that I could not be there to convey my sympathies in person but all my prayers are with all of you. I have grown up with the whole family at All Saints Church. I certainly know how it feels to lose a loved one as I have lost both my mom and my husband so I can deeply sympathize with you. Life is not the same and never will be, but you just have to know that Sue is in a better place with God and no longer in any pain. God will take care of her now. I love all of you and God Bless the whole family. Love, Diane Tierney

  9. We were sorry to hear about your loss, and We send our heartfelt sympathy. Sincerely, Bernie & Ethel Grant

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