OBITUARY

Guy Louis Lupero

August 24, 1938May 20, 2010

May 20, 2010 Annapolis, Maryland Guy Louis Lupero: Beloved husband of Barbara Ann Lupero, a devoted father to Louis Lupero and his wife Sharon. Cherished grandfather of Katelynn M. Lupero-Sachs , and Kelly E. Lupero. Guy is also survived by a sister, Mrs. Virginia L. Mugno and her husband Anthony, a brother, John Lupero and his wife Stephanie. Mr. Lupero was the son of the late Louis Lupero and Rose Murgalo, and father to the late Matthew Louis Lupero.

The family has requested that in leiu of flowers, memorial contributions be sent to Anne Arundel County Ostomy Association, P. O. Box 847, Gambrills, Maryland 21054.

His relatives and friends are welcomed to call at The Robert E. Evans Funeral Home, Rt. 450 and Race Track Road, Bowie, Md. from 2:00 - 4:00PM and then from 7:00 - 9:00PM Monday May 24 with a wake service between 7:00 and 7:30PM A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Tuesday May 25, 9:00am at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Odenton, Md.

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stacy crandol webb

November 19, 2010

just remembering the old days. i went to school with louis and matt. a lot of memeories of you all. i am so sorry to have heard about your loss. praying with you and wishing you all well. God bless, stacy crandol webb

May 29, 2010

Dear Aunt Barbara,
Just want to express my sorrow on a great loss.
"Uncle" Guy was a pleasure to have known and loved.
I remember meeting him for the very first time. It was as if we knew each other all along. A real Brooklyn connection.
He had a knack of making you feel comfortable from the start.

I admire his courage and strength thru
his battle with his health issues.

Barbara,
Don't pray for him , he is in Heaven,
but pray TO him to help yourself and us.
Please be strong.

Love,
Georgie Paladino

May 27, 2010

Dearest Aunty Barb,
There was no-one with a bigger heart than our Uncle Guy. Words seem to fall so short in describing this beautiful man whom we all loved so dearly. We are with you always to laugh together, cry together and to keep Unc's memory alive and vibrant within our hearts. We need that duct tape, Aunty, cause our hearts are broken. xxxxoooo, Terrie, Steve, Stephanie and Teo

May 25, 2010

Barbara,
We were so sorry to hear of Guy's passing. Know that you and the family will be in our thoughts and prayers. We remember with fond memories all the good times we had when we lived in Crofton.
Pag and Rose Marie Paganelli

May 25, 2010

Dear Mrs. Lupero and family,
Please know how very sorry we are to hear the news. We are so saddened and feel incredibly grateful to have spent time with you both last month. Peter still quotes wth great affection his 'boyhood tales of Mr. Lupero.' Please feel our hugs, love and prayers and know we're thinking of all of you.
Jennifer and Peter Odenwald

May 25, 2010

Dearest Barbara,
We have been thinking and praying for Guy, and you everyday for these last two awful weeks. Now he has found his eternal peace with God the Father in Heaven. No more pain, no more suffering. Now he can enjoyed his final resting place in heaven with Matt.
It's difficult to write this note, I think of somthing to say, but have to pause because I see a vision of Guy's wonderful smile and happy face. He was a wonderful person, father, and husband.
June I will always treasure being a close friend for all these wonderful years.
God Bless you and your family,

Ed & June Scanlon
Crofton/Solomons

Ann & Tom Graham

May 24, 2010

Dear Barb,
How can we ever express our sadness? Your Guy was our Guy, too, even though we moved away. He will be present in our memories and our hearts always.

John & Kathy Donnelly

May 24, 2010

Dear Barbara, Lou & Sharon, Pat & Gary,

We are all very sorry for your loss. (Uncle) Guy was loved by all of us. He had that special gift with people - always engaging, always inclusive, always welcoming. Some of my kids also have fond memories of "Uncle Guy". I will personally miss running into him at the supermarket and exchanging stories. The lights of Crofton and Odenton are indeed dimmer with his passing but the memories and laughter of this graceful and wonderful man will live on. Our love and prayers are with you. The Donnelly's

Carolyn Finelli

May 24, 2010

Always a smile, his gentle ways proof of his love of God, family and friends. He will be missed - he always carried himself with such dignity. It's so sad to think he is gone from our view, but he is in good Hands. Love, Carolyn & Dom

Martha Arnold

May 23, 2010

Dearest Barb, how sad to hear about the passing of your wonderful Guy. I must say he was one in a million and so are you. Please know I am thinking of you and your family. God bless all of you. Much Love, Martha