In Memory


Keith Lupton

Keith Lupton

Dec 10, 1943 - Dec 14, 2014

Keith Lupton, 71, of Upper Sandusky, died at 9:55 p.m. Sunday, Dec 14, 2014 at Wyandot County Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.

He was born Dec 10, 1943 near Belleville , Michigan to the late Laurence Gerald and Beulah Llavon (Burns) Lupton.

He is survived by his wife Maureen (Cramer) Lupton, two sons, Kurt and Kent of  North Carolina, two sisters, Lois L. (Paul) Fey and Judy K. (Richard) Wall and two brothers, David E. (Maria) and Jerry R.

He graduated from Tiffin Columbian High School in 1962 and Cleveland State University. He was a construction engineer with the Ohio Department of Transportation for 35 years, retiring in 1997.

He liked walking and being with friends and family who enjoyed his quirky sense of humor. He will be sadly missed.

No visitation or service was held.

(Picture from 50th Reunion, August 5, 2012)

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12/24/14 06:01 PM #1    

Bill Doemel

Patty Moore wrote this to me this afternoon: "So sad.  Keith did put up a good fight with a terrible disease.  He used to walk home with all of us - Dean Hall, Steve Wilcoxson.  I searched also for an obit.  So many of the newpapers online require a subscription so I tried legacy but did not find it there either.  Maybe the obit will be listed by one of the funeral homes."

When I was young Keith lived in an area that was known as Mechanicsburg (I think). I think that it would be near the new middle school that some of you toured when you were in Tiffin. We went to Monroe School together. You can see Keith in many of the Monroe Street School pictures. Here he is in 5th grade in Mrs. Miller's class:


I last saw him at our 50th reunion: 

I really hadn't seen him between the two times - maybe at an interim reunion. Rest in peace Keith!


12/30/14 09:30 AM #2    

Steve Drake

Thanks for keeping us updated Bill.

RIP Keith.



01/26/15 04:39 PM #3    

Jean Byrum (Davis)

I am so sorry to here this about Keith.  His brother Jerry just passed a couple of weeks ago.  They lived on the corner across from where the new middle school was built.  We all lived in the Mechanicsburg area.  I don't know why it was called that.  My heart goes out to his family.




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