Theresa Lupo

Theresa Lupo

March 21, 1927 - June 06, 2020
Beaver Falls

Theresa Lupo

March 21, 1927 - June 06, 2020
Beaver Falls


Theresa Lupo, 93, of Beaver Falls, passed away on Saturday, June 6, 2020 in Good Samaritan Hospice.

Born March 21, 1927 in Beaver Falls, Theresa was the daughter of the late Angelo and Rose Marie (Weido) Lupo. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by two brothers, Frank and Louis Lupo; and a sister, Mary (Provenzano) Ceratti. She is survived by four generations of nieces and nephews.

Theresa was an avid world traveler in her youth, loved animals (especially kittens), and was a caring and giving soul throughout her life.

Theresa was a retiree of the Beaver County Medical Center and an active member of St. Monica’s Roman Catholic Church. She was also a member of the Beaver Falls Order Sons and Daughters of Italy and the American Legion Auxiliary.

A private family visitation was held. A public mass will be announced at a later date.

***In accordance with her wishes, the family asks that contributions be made in Theresa’s name to the St. Monica Catholic Academy Angel Fund- c/o St. Monica Academy, 609-10th St. Beaver Falls PA 15010.

Arrangements were handled by Gabauer-Lutton Funeral Home-117 Blackhawk Rd. Chippewa Twp.,


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St. Monica Catholic Academy Angel Fund

  • Address: 609 10th Street, Beaver Falls PA 15010
  • Description: c/o St. Monica's Academy

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1 responses to Theresa Lupo

  1. Theresa was “my girl” at Providence Care Center for the last 10 years. I immediately loved her and I know she loved me too. I tried to make her stay there as enjoyable as possible. She would always ask me about my kids and granddaughter. She was so excited for me when I told her about my dtrs wedding coming up . She gave me good advice as I picked out the best dress. She loved my husbands homemade meatballs and sauce which I treated her with occasionally. I would make her a special cup of coffee daily. We spent a lot of time working on her beloved puzzles and talking about Pitt Penquins hockey. She enjoyed doing her scratch off lottery tickets and was a winner more than once. She will be greatly missed but not forgotten. Anne S. LPN

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