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'''Donald S Dupsky'''<br>
 
'''Donald S Dupsky'''<br>
'''7 Aug 1956 - 2 Oct 2009'''<br>
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'''07 Aug 1956 - 2 Oct 2009'''<br>
[[Rocky Mountain Rainbeaus]] '''Memorial Panel''' [[2LL]]<br><br>
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Don died at home. His body was found October 2, but he probably died a few days earlier. October 2 was used on the program for his funeral and his headstone.
 
Don died at home. His body was found October 2, but he probably died a few days earlier. October 2 was used on the program for his funeral and his headstone.
  
===From Find A Grave===
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BIRTH 7 Aug 1956, Norfolk, Madison County, Nebraska, USA<br>
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DEATH 2 Oct 2009 (aged 53), Denver, Denver County, Colorado, USA<br>
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BURIAL Clarkson Catholic Cemetery, Clarkson, Colfax County, Nebraska, USA<br><br>Son of Reuben and Adella (Buresh) Dupsky. Don graduated from Clarkson High School in 1975. He then received a business degree from North East Community College in Norfolk. He worked for several years in Madison before moving to Denver in about 1987. Don loved to square dance and work in his garden.
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Don is survived by:<br>
 
Mother: Adella Dupsky of Clarkson, NE<br>
 
Brother: Reuben Dupsky of Fremont, NE<br>
 
Brother: Bob (Corrine) Dupsky of Madison, NE<br>
 
Brother: Gilbert Dupsky of Louisiana<br>
 
Three nephews, two nieces and cousins<br>
 
 
 
Don is preceded in death by:<br>
 
Father: Reuben Dupsky<br><br>
 
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Latest revision as of 19:43, 26 September 2020

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Donald S Dupsky
07 Aug 1956 - 2 Oct 2009
Rocky Mountain Rainbeaus Memorial Panel 2LL

Don died at home. His body was found October 2, but he probably died a few days earlier. October 2 was used on the program for his funeral and his headstone.

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