John Michael Lupulio Jr.

May 8, 1938October 3, 2019

John Michael Lupulio, Jr. May 8, 1938 – October 3, 2019

On Thursday, October 3, 2019, John Michael Lupulio, Jr., loving husband and father of four children, passed away at the age of 81.

John was born May 8, 1938, in Bridgeport, CT to John and Constance (Misinonile) Lupulio. He was educated at Central High School and he worked as a supervisor for Carpenter Technology Corporation. On October 25, 1958, he married the love of his life, Magdalene (Wagnblas) Lupulio. They raised four children, Deborah, John, Denise and Sondra.

John was an avid golfer and had a passion for his “New York Giants” and “New York Yankees.” John was an enthusiastic reader and enjoyed challenging debates! Magdalene was the love of John’s life and he loved his family with a passion and enjoyed being with his children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and his friends. John was known for his quick wit, his infectious smile and his loving, kind, compassionate spirt. We were blessed to learn many valuable life lessons from John as he was always the person you turned to for advice. Although John is no longer here with us, we are comforted in knowing that there is a part of John in all us.

John was preceded in death by his father, John, Sr. and his mother, Constance, his brothers, Louis, Angelo and Carmen, his sisters, Margaret Petrovitsch and Yolanda Pavone and his son-in-law, Fred Sego (his daughter Sondra’s husband). John is survived by his loving wife Magdalene, his four children Deborah Lupulio-Fechik, Deborah’s husband, Edwin Stacker, Deborah’s daughter, Amanda Fechik, John III, and John’s son John IV, Denise Ebron, her sons, Alphonz and Robert, and Sondra Lupulio Sego, her children, Candice, Fred, Anthony and Nicholas. In addition to John’s eight grandchildren, John is survived by his great-grandchildren, Kayleanna and Richie, numerous cousins, nieces, nephews and friends.

A funeral service will be held on Wednesday, October 9, 2019 at St. Stephen’s Catholic Church on Main Street in Trumbull, CT at 10 a.m. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations may be made to American Heart Association or American Stroke Association. The family especially send their warm thoughts and appreciation to all the nurses, aides and doctors of St. Vincent’s Hospital who assisted in John’s care.


  • Funeral Mass Wednesday, October 9, 2019


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Denise Ebron

October 9, 2019

Dad you are forever in our hearts, me and the boys love and miss you, Rest In Peace

Love you always and forever


John Lupulio lll

October 7, 2019

My Father John Jr. Me JML lll my son Johnny lV when Football season every Sunday It was The New York Football Giants or whatever day they played it was us the 3 Amigos sometimes little
Nick and his brother Fred, that me and my son will cherish for the rest of our LIVES! NO matter if they loss or won it was the fondest the best times that a son could ever have! To be with my Father! My Son! He also loved golfing together he was my partner teeing off 7am at the Wheel until he became sick and couldn't play for 28 yrs when he had a stroke when he was 53. He will always be in my heart and soul one day we shall see each other again!
Love Your Son!

Joey Fanali

October 6, 2019

John , the good times , and laughing that we shared will be a great memory, also the heart to heart conversations we shared, missing you now , peace and blessings , your friend Joey

Sondra Lupulio Sego

October 6, 2019

Pop you will be so missed. We’ve gone through so many things together more so in my adult life. I have so many awesome memories of my childhood you made things so fun. As I matured to be an adult I started to understand what you meant. I don’t have to be specific but Thank You for all the advice you’d give me about life and things to expect. You were there for me when I lost the love of my life you knew how to comfort me you always assured me that as time goes on things will get better. Pop Thank You for being there as my father and a friend. You have started your new journey; your no longer in any pain your in a beautiful place called Heaven. You do not have to worry about mom she is surrounded by all that love her. She’s a strong woman.

So long Pop

Denise Ebron

October 5, 2019

I will always cherish the good times that I had with my dad, I love you always and forever dad l will miss you Rest In Peace dad