Carol A. Lupi

Carol Lupi

Carol A. Lupi, passed to the Lord, on June 24, 2024 at home in Lopatcong Township, NJ.

Born in Wilkes Barre, PA to John Lewis and Marjorie Evans Lewis and stepfather, Clarence Dalrymple.

Carol had a real concern for her many friends and enjoyed talking to everyone, she was full of life. She was married to her loving husband, Victor J Lupi, for 57 years. Carol graduated from Newton High School class of 1962. She graduated from Churchmen Business School with honors and graduated from Professional School of Business in Real Estate and Insurance. She attended Northampton Community College for Federal Income Tax and Banking, and in her early years worked for Paul Ford Agency, as well as the Tom Jones Agency.  She was a licensed realtor and licensed insurance agent. She worked for Phillipsburg National Bank, and was certified as a tax preparer by Federal Income Service. She worked for many years for the Mearhoff Insurance agency, retiring in 2012. She enjoyed doing Income Tax work, where she owned and operated Lupi Associates for many years and belonged to many organizations, including past member of Lopatcong PTA, serving on its award committee. She was a member of the Phillipsburg Historical Society and served in the past as secretary. She belonged to the National Tax Preparers, past member of Easton Elks, present member of Safety First Fire Department of West Easton.

She was a member of St. Philip and St. James Catholic Church, in Phillipsburg, where she regularly attended mass. She loved watching soap operas on tv, sports, working on the computer, gardening, and going to the casino.

Carol is survived by her daughter Melissa Lupi, and her fiancé Mark Adams. She was loved by her grandchildren, Zak, William (Angie) and Megan Davis. She is also survived by her sister Margret Gaal, brothers-in- law, Anthony Lupi (Lori) and John Lupi (Louise). She also had many nieces and nephews as well as cousins. She loved animals, especially dogs, including her dog, Bella.

Viewing hours will be held on Sunday, June 30th, from 5-7 pm at the Finegan Funeral Home at 302 Heckman Street in Phillipsburg. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Monday at 10 am at St. Philip and St. James Church, 430 So. Main Street in Phillipsburg. The interment will be held at St Philip and St James Cemetery in Greenwich Township. The Finegan Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

In lieu of flower, a donation may be made to Common Sense for Animals, 2420 Route 57, Stewartsville, NJ 08886 or the church.