Dorothy  Toupin

Dorothy L. Toupin

Monday, December 21st, 1936 - Thursday, April 25th, 2019
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Tyngsborough, MA—Dorothy L. (Provencher) Toupin, of Tyngsborough, died April 25, 2019 after a brief illness at the age of 82. She was the wife of Leo A. Toupin for 61 years, who preceded her in death in August 2018.

Born in Lowell, MA on December 21, 1936, she was the daughter of Joseph Donat Provencher and Loretta Cecile (Dube) (Provencher) LeBlanc. Dorothy graduated from Lowell Technical School in Cosmetology using the skills she learned throughout the years, especially on her husband. In later years, Dorothy worked at Sears, dabbled in modeling for Dutchmaid clothing, and worked at Ratheon where she retired. Dorothy loved visiting her family in Florida on extended vacations and trips to Foxwoods. Her favorite past time was her weekly Bingo nights where she had a wonderful group of friends to laugh and exchange stories.

Dorothy is survived by her three children, son Leo T. and his wife Rebecca (Henderson) of Pepperell, MA, son Daniel J. and his wife Patricia Falbo-Toupin of Nashua, NH, and daughter Karen Toupin-Manser and her husband Ian Manser of Orlando, FL; brother Joseph Donat Provencher and his wife Miriam (Roarke) Provencher of Dracut; sister-in-law Claire (Dion) Toupin of Westford; sister-in-law Alice (Toupin) Mahoney and her husband Francis Mahoney of Dracut. Dorothy leaves five grandchildren, Kristen Toupin, Melissa Toupin, Brian Toupin, Erin Manser, and Patrick Manser as well as many nieces and nephews. Dorothy was predeceased by her parents, sister Therese (Provencher) Toupin, and daughter Eileen T. Special thanks to the wonderful care Dorothy received at Lowell General Hospital and Merrimack Valley Hospice.

In Lieu of flowers, donations in Dorothy’s memory can be made to the American Lung Association in Massachusetts or the Merrimack Valley Hospice.

Arrangements: Family and friends are invited to call at the DRACUT FUNERAL HOME 2159 Lakeview Ave., DRACUT, Sunday, April 28th from 1-5PM. Dorothy's funeral service will take place in the funeral home on Monday, April 29th at 10AM followed by her burial in St. Patrick's Cemetery, Lowell. To leave an online condolence, story or message please visit us at www.dracutfuneralhome.com or find us on Facebook under "Dracut Funeral Home."
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Michele Langlois Luz

Posted at 07:42am
Sincere sympathy to Karen and all of the Toupin family. May Dorothy rest in peace. Thinking of you. Michele Langlois Luz
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Stephen Toupin

Posted at 04:49pm
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green-walsh

Posted at 02:57pm
I have so many memories that I will cherish for the rest of my life on earth. The one that will always be cherished the most is, seeing Dottie walk in at 6;15 on Thursday evening to play bingo with the biggest smile on her lovely face, me knowing it's her fun night with her friends. I'm also so happy to see one set of footprints knowing she is being carried and free to breath the ocean air. Miss you and love you forever, until we meet again . Linda Bingo !! l
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WLR

Posted at 06:12pm
May you find comfort in knowing that your loved one is safe in the memory of God, who will remember every detail about her and bring her back again, strong and young. “And I have hope toward God, that there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous.”—Acts 24:15 “Let [her] flesh become fresher than in youth; Let him return to the days of [her] youthful vigor.” Job 33:25.
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