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Errol Lupien

Errol Stanley Lupien

Thursday, August 15th, 1968 - Sunday, November 24th, 2019
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Errol Stanley Lupien
August 15, 1968 - November 24, 2019

Errol Lupien, 51, passed peacefully in his home, surrounded by family and friends, on Sunday, November 24, 2019. He is survived by his wife Cassie, son Mikale, daughters Cloey and Sydney, his mother Rosalind Lupien Carpenter (Jack), Mother and Father-in law Tonuya and Jack Hubbart, sister Cassie Hickey, brother Omer (Jeanne), brother-in law Cameron Rector (Lena), brother-in law Billie Rector (Rita), brother-in law Jon Hubbart (Jo Ann), brother-in law Dan Hickey (Sharie), sister-in law Wendy Maresca (John), sister-in love Chelsea (Dan); and countless cousins, nieces and nephews.

Born in Anacortes, WA, Errol grew up in Oak Harbor. He was a diesel mechanic and enjoyed his job working on heavy equipment at both Jet City Heavy Equipment, in Oak Harbor, and Lakeside Industries, in Anacortes. Errol always had such a love of life and fun followed everywhere he went. His passions included his love of the Lord, mission work, kids, hunting, fishing, flying, anything outdoors, and helping people. He loved traveling the world. A special thank you goes out to those surrounding his last week and the love and support they showed him and his family, day and night. Errol's brain has been donated to the University of WA Alzheimer's Research to help in finding a cure for this horrific disease. A Celebration of Life will be held on December 14, 2019 at 3pm at Grace Community Church, 29470 SR 20, Oak Harbor, WA 98277.

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A Celebration of Life will be held on December 14, 2019 at 3:00 pm at Grace Community Church, 29470 SR 20, Oak Harbor, WA 98277

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Connie

Posted at 02:06am
Hello, we only recently heard about Errol's passing. My family and I are truly sad to hear this news and we are sending love and prayers to all of you - his family - needing comfort and reassurance right now. We will also be making a donation to the University of Washington Alzheimers Research Center. Our family has been affected by this terrible disease as well and certainly all the help and research that can be available, the easier it will be to get people help in the future. It's long overdue. Please accept our love and prayers as we think of Errol and all of you at this tender period. My memories of Errol and his family are very fond. As a young girl, I moved to Whidbey Island when I was only 19 years old, from Wisconsin. Longing for a sense of a place where there wasn't any "keeping up with the Jones', I was seeking fellow "tree huggers," and I fell hard for Whidbey Island and the beauty it beheld at each and every turn. Who wouldn't fall in love with such a beautiful place with mountains and water everywhere you look? While walking my dog very early in the mornings on the shores of Penn Cove, I would often see a camouflaged boat all bedecked with materials I had never seen before and men trying to hunt waterfowl (probably before work, as it was very early) in the mornings just off shore. They were silent and I was silent and we never spoke, but saw each other and I often wondered just who they were. More often than not, it was a beautiful calm and crisp morning, with water like glass when I saw this mysterious boat holding two young men in it. I never knew just who they were until much much later - Errol and Omer of course - and it was a love of the outdoors and living a full life that I recall sharing with them as soon as I met them. Although we were never close, I admired these brothers from afar and the life skills, zest for living, and sense of adventure they held in their hands. I loved taking my flights to Alaska later in life from their dad's airport with them waving as the plane took off - me often next to the pilot riding to Seattle before hopping on a flight to Alaska. I am sure that their energy - and Errol's beautiful smile, kind spirit and loving mannerisms has trickled down to touch all of us. I will never forget the wonderful stories and memories they told of their family, their childhood and all their relatives and adventures shared in their life. We are all blessed to know such decent human beings in our lives! May God keep you an adventurous and loving person - in Errol's memory. Please accept our condolences, Connie Miller Family (previously Farence).
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