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Everett D. Collupy

June 1, 1922 — August 8, 2011

Everett D. Collupy, Sr., 89, of Raymond, NH, formerly of Westford and Florida died August 8, 2011 in New Hampshire surrounded by his loving family. He was born in Everett, MA on June 1, 1922 a son of the late Robert B. Collupy and the late Vivian (Goodwin) Collupy and spent his early years in Melrose, MA and was a graduate of Melrose High School. Mr. Collupy served with the U.S. Army and received The Good Conduct Medal, The EAME Theatre Campaign Ribbon, The American Theatre Campaign Ribbon and the Air Medal with one Oak Leaf Cluster, and was honorably discharged on November 20, 1945. He made his home in Westford, MA before moving to Florida and eventually Raymond NH. He was the beloved husband of Betty (Webber) Collupy. Prior to his retirement, Mr. Collupy was employed by the Murray Printing Company and later the New Hampshire State Liquor Commission. Mr. Collupy spent much time loving and caring for his dogs, Mister, Spike, and Chelsea. He is survived by three loving daughters; Ellen Carson of Hudson, NH, Janet Byette and her husband Jack of Dracut, Karen Collupy of Raymond, NH; two loving sons; Douglas Collupy and his wife Anna of Dracut, and Richard Collupy and his wife Gail of Merrimack, NH. Eleven grand children; Michelle Dodge, Erin Keen, Keith and Katie Byette, Joshua, Brad, and Kile Collupy, Matthew and Shaun Collupy, and Heidi and Scott Carson. Six great-grand children; Daniel Rankins, Amanda Landry, Ashley and Emily Keen, Ryan Rashkin and Elizabeth Bece and Abbie MacClatchey and two great-great grand children; Cameron and Jonathan Landry. Two sisters; Marilyn Macleod and Patricia Collupy, two brothers; Robert Collupy and his wife Martha and Donald Collupy. Also by many nieces and nephews and a very dear friend and care giver, Jann Gray.Friends may call at the Healy Funeral Home on Wednesday, August 10th from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. immediately followed by Everett's service at the Funeral Home.


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