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Elaine K. Lupushansky Obituary, Death – Preceded by

Elaine K. Lupushansky Obituary, Death – Preceded by

Elaine K. Lupushansky Obituary, Death – Preceded by

Elaine K. Lupushansky Obituary – Elaine K. Lupushansky, 91, of Wethersfield, CT, beloved wife of the late Major Chester M. Lupushansky passed away peacefully on Saturday, January 8, 2022. Born on April 27, 1930, in Tariffville to the late Emma Krailing. Elaine had an adventurous spirit and moved to Virginia where she met the love of her life and proudly became a military spouse. She traveled throughout the country with her husband and settled in Wethersfield to be close to family 50 years ago.

Elaine K. Lupushansky Career

Elaine retired from the iconic G. Fox & Company after a long, successful career selling the latest and finest stereo equipment and televisions. She had a passion for dogs, particularly her poodles (Café, Angus, Cricket, and Nikki), and loved spending quality time with her family, especially the children. Elaine was a fun-loving, kind-hearted, fashion-forward woman loved by all and will be missed dearly! Elaine is survived by her niece Brenda Pikul and her husband Bernard of Danbury; her nephew Karl Dimberg and his wife Barbara of Colchester; her niece Lynn Dimberg of Virginia; her niece Pamela Pelczar of Old Saybrook; her niece Nancy Pelczar of Granby; and her great-nieces and nephews: Bernard Pikul Jr, Dawn Pikul O’Rourke, Nicole Pikul Brodeur, Steven Pelczar, Kevin Pelczar, Edward Pelczar, Jr., Kristen Dimberg, Lauren Dimberg, Allison Dimberg. Elaine is predeceased by her brother Isador Zarnowski, her sisters Florence Pelczar and Edna Dimberg; her nephews Stanley Pelczar and Edward Pelczar.

Elaine K. Lupushansky Funeral Service

Due to COVID, the family will be having a private Celebration of Life at Rose Hill Funeral Home in Rocky Hill, CT. Please share online expressions of sympathy, memories, or photo tributes at www.rosehillfuneralhomes.com. Elaine will be buried alongside her beloved husband in Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington Virginia.

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