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WILLIAM D LUPO, JR. -- Johnston

Nardolillo Funeral Home, Inc. 55, of Tartaglia Street, Johnston, passed away suddenly, Monday, June 26, 2006 at Roger Williams Medical Center, Providence. He was the beloved husband for 22 years of Angelina M. (Patonio) Lupo.

Born in Providence, a devoted son of Rose (Moretta) Lupo of Johnston and the late William D. Lupo, Sr., he resided in Johnston since 1984.

Mr. Lupo was a science teacher at Joseph Jenks Junior High School in Pawtucket for the past 32 years.

He graduated from LaSalle Academy, Stonehill College and received his Masters in Teaching from RI College.

He was a member of The Sons of Italy – Fillippo Mazzei Lodge in Cranston. He enjoyed gardening, riding his Harley and was a member of Vengeance Motorcycle Club.

Besides his wife and mother, he was the devoted father of Angelica R. Lupo and William D. Lupo, III, both of Johnston and dear brother of Patrick J. Lupo of Wilton, CT.

His funeral will be held Saturday at 9 a.m., from the NARDOLILLO FUNERAL HOME, 1278 Park Ave., Cranston, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Rocco’s Church, Johnston at 10 a.m. Burial will be in St. Ann Cemetery, Cranston. VISITING HOURS FRIDAY 4-8 p.m.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to: St. Rocco’s Church, 927 Atwood Ave., Johnston, RI 02919.



Condolence Messages
Sad to see of Bill's passing. We worked together in 1973 in KMart in Johnston. I recall his orange VW, believe it had plates that said
-- Richard Steiner (11/24/13)
One of the first people i ever met at powerhouse and by far the most memorable, in the good old dayswhen i was there billy lit that room up every day, when i heard of his passing all i could think of was the warm reception he recieved daily & how great he made everyone around him feel.
-- profound respect (07/11/06)
Sincères condoléances à la famille. Une messe sera dite à son intention.
-- Marcel Laperrière (06/30/06)
I had Mr. Lupo for a science teacher 2 years ago. I never forgot him and probably never will. He was the best teacher I've ever had. I always look back now that I'm in High School and actually tell other teachers,
-- Lissette Oliveras (06/29/06)
I was stunned to learn of Bill's passing. I met Bill at the gym some time ago and I can safely say he was extremely well liked. We often spoke, and although we didn't know each other very well, his charm and friendly nature left an impression on me. My heart goes out to his friends and family. He will be missed.
-- Joe Ranone (06/29/06)
I was shocked and beside myself when I heard the news from other gym members @ Clubfit on Monday. Billy had such a passionate and caring personality and was devoted to everything he did. He will be greatly missed:(
-- Jason Muccio (06/29/06)
Bill Lupo was the greatest science teacher ever. I had him 25 yrs ago and since then I would run into him periodically. He was the most wonderful person with a great sense of humor. May God bless his family in this trying time. an ex student....patti
-- patti (06/28/06)
Mr. Lupo was a really great teacher. Whenever i was in a bad mood, he could always make me smile. How could you NOT smile with that *12 cm smile*. We all used to think that rocks were SOOO boring...and they are. But we were lucky to have him as a teacher...we could have been writing notes all day, and then taking tests at the end of the week. Lucky for us, Mr. Lupo let us work with partners on almost everything..and we got to do fun activities. I think we all never really realized how easy we had it. Mr. Lupo used to say how we were the best project pass class that he had ever had, and now...we were his last. I know that there are A LOT of people that are going to miss him. He will be missed and loved, forever and always.
-- Sasha Coyle- 05-06 8th grade at Jenks (06/28/06)
I was devasated when I heard the new as I walked into Clubfit gym Monday afternoon. Billy Lupo will be greatly missed by all of us at the gym where he worked out for many years. I will miss his smile, jokes, but most of all his sincerity. He was a good man! My heart goes out to his family and my thoughts and prayers are with you all.
-- Denise Gallogly (06/28/06)
Mr. Lupo was a fantastic man, he will be greatly missed by me and my whole family. We all had him as a science teacher years ago and I would see him all the time at powerhouse gym with his son. My prayers go out to his wife and children may god help you through this very difficult time. Just know how much he was loved. An old student and friend April
-- An old student and friend April (06/28/06)
Mr. Lupo was areally great teacher and friend to everyone who met him. In class he always noticed the littlest things about his students, like when one was having a bad day. He always hada way to cheer me up when I was sad. He taught me alot this year, if it wasn`t for him..I wouldn't know what an igneous rock is. :) Mr. lupo will be greatly greatly missed. Not just by the 8th grade project pass, but by the whole city of Pawtucket.
-- An 8th grade project pass student (06/28/06)
Mr. lupo was a great teacher. He was always cracking jokes in class and was always in a happy and cheerful mood. To me Mr. Lupo was the greatest. I will miss him dearly and I'm sure everyone who had him as a teacher will too.
-- An 8th grade student of Mr. Lupo's (06/28/06)
Bill was an excellent teacher. I had him for science in Jenks many years ago. He is a very well liked man with many friends. He was a nice friend to have for me and my husband and child. You will be sadly missed Bill. God bless your family.
-- Pat (06/28/06)
Mr. Lupo was a beloved teacher and friend to all of the students in Joseph Jenks Jr. High. He was a really great person. I had him this year for science,he was an excellent teacher and was always there when you needed him. I would like to give my condolences to all of Mr. Lupo's family. Also, on behalf of all of the students in the 8th grade Project Pass class we would like to say that Mr. Lupo will be deeply missed and he was a wonderful man. Sincerly, Hector Felix Oliveras & 8th grade project pass
-- student & friend (06/27/06)
We would like to give Our Condolences to your family.
-- Mr. David Hanson (06/27/06)
May God be with all of you during this trying time. Lynn and I were saddened very much by the news. You will be in our daily prayers.
-- Ron & Lynn (usher at St. Rocco's 5 PM Mass) (06/27/06)

Reported: 06/27/06 (Show all obituaries for this day)

By: Nardolillo Funeral Home, Inc. (Show all obituaries and information about this funeral home)

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