Fay A. DuPre
January 4, 1937 ~ November 4, 2023
Clinton/Oriskany Falls-Fay A. DuPre, 86, passed away peacefully on Saturday, November 4, 2023, at the Wynn Hospital. Fay was born on January 4, 1937, in Oriskany Falls, the son of the late Arthur and Ruth Thompson DuPre. Fay had been a lifelong resident of Oriskany Falls, moving to Clinton three years ago. He retired from Orion Bus Company of Oriskany, and had previously worked numerous years for Fred Burrows Trucking. Fay will be remembered as a loving husband, father, and grandfather. Fay is survived by his beloved wife of 60 years, Theresa; his son and daughter-in-law Scott Sr. and Deborah Dupre; his two beloved grandsons Scott Dupre Jr., and Cody Dupre; a sister Joan Olmstead; a brother Raymond DuPre; and several nieces and nephews. https://www.paulfuneralhome.net/obituary/Fay-DuPre
IN THE MAIL
“From Vincent Elacqua at WCS re: Prize Speaking: 2013
“Last Thursday night, eleven students competed in three different categories in the 140th Annual Prize Speaking Contest in our school’s auditorium. . In the category Drama, Kenna Williams won third prize for her rendition of a piece called “Grandpa’s Hands” by RdFahey. In second place, Anders Larson performed Shel Silverstein’s “A Boy Named Sue”, and Zac Brown won first prize for his performance of an excerpt from Hamlet by Shakespeare. In the category of comedic monologues, fifth prize went to Jessica Scoones who played the role of Cinderella’s stepsister in “The Step-sister Gets Her Way by Chris Wind.” The fourth prize went to Anna Rae Martin who performed “I’m Telling You for the Last Time” by Jerry Seinfeld. Mary Lourdes Erlichman won third prize with “the Yoga Fart” and “I’m Starving,” pieces by Gabriel Davis and John Pinette. Second prize went to Kaelee Cleary for her “revenge” monologue written by Bill Cosby, and first prize went to Chloe Keating for her rendition of “Thank You for Stopping” by Jack Handy. In the category of Poetry, third place went to Kaitlyn Roys who did “Totally, Like, Whatever, You Know? By Taylor Mali. Second place went to Emily Belouin who performed a very creative medley of two Lewis Carroll poems, “Jabberwocky” and “The Walrus and the Carpenter,” and First prize went to Cassie Perrin for her rendition of “If” and “The Type,” poems ny Rudyard Kipling and Sarah Kay ” Musical selections by Jared Wentrick were appreciated by all. The performers and advisors extend their thanks to the student council for providing refreshments and to the many students who helped out with ushering and prompting, lighting and sound. Keith Eisenhut, Kristen Strohmeyer, and Jessica Lotyczewski were the judges. Thanks too to all involved in making it a very enjoyable evening.”
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