Mr. Paul D. Lepine, 64


Mr. Paul Daniel Lepine, 64, died suddenly Sunday, Dec. 16, 2007, at his home in Fair Haven, after long illness.



Paul was bom Nov. 2, 1943 in Holyoke. Ma., the son of Paul B. and Thelma (Coe) Lepine. He graduated from Cathedral High School in Springfield, Ma., with the class of 1961. He was a veteran of the United States Air Force, serving his country during the Vietnam War. After Paul was honorably discharged, he returned home and married Sharon A, (Kirby) Lepine at Our Lady of Hope Church in Springfield, Ma., on Oct. 1, 1966.


The couple made their home in the Springfield, Ma., area for several years, relocating to Cape Cod after he accepted a position with Semass Operations, a waste to energy plant, as an operational engineer and naval certified welder. After he retired in 1995, the couple relocated to this area to be closer to his family.


Survivors include his mother, Thelma Lepine, of Springfield, Ma., his wife of forty-one years, Sharon Lepine of Fair Haven, Vt., his son, Jason Lepine and his wife, Bonnie and their son, Dylon, all of Queensbury. He was predeceased by his father and a brother, Dennis Lepine.


There will be no visiting hours or services at this time. Arrangements were entrusted to the Durfee Funeral Home & Cremation Service in Fair Haven, Vt.




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