Monson - Lisa A. Foy Dupuis, 54, passed away Thursday, November 5, 2020 in her home surrounded by the love of her family. Lisa was born in Springfield, MA to her beloved parents the late Thomas J. Foy, Jr and Therese Constance Foy Dubois. She was a graduate of Enfield High School. She continued her education at Central Connecticut State University and received her Master’s in Education from Westfield State University. Lisa has been an educator in the Enfield, CT School System for over 30 years. She spent the majority of her career teaching kindergarten which she adored. During the summer months she enjoyed spending time at West River Camperama in Townshend, Vermont. She was a dedicated volunteer at Gerda's Equine Rescue. Lisa was also an accomplished artist. In August and September 2019, she was Artist of the Month at a local gallery, proudly displaying many of her beautiful and heartfelt paintings.
Lisa leaves her husband and best friend of 30 years, Michael A. Dupuis; their beautiful daughters, who were her greatest joy and true lights of her life, Carly R. Dupuis and her fiancé George Parent and Emily R. Dupuis all of Monson; her mother, Therese Foy Dubois and her husband Thomas Dubois of Englewood, FL; a brother, Thomas J. Foy III and his wife Lisa of Enfield, CT; sisters, Lynn A. Foy-Pion and her husband Raymond of Stafford, CT and Lori A. Yahne and her husband David of Windsor Locks, CT; sisters in-law Debbie Hicks and her husband Vinney of Broad Brook, CT and Rhonda Junget and her husband Dane of Rocky Hill, CT; nieces and nephews TJ, Amanda, Amber, Steven, Zachary, Matthew, Dawn, Matthew, Elizabeth, Victoria and Nicole as well as many dear friends.
Family and friends are asked to gather for a celebration of her life from 2-6 pm on Tuesday November 10, 2020, at the open field, set up with a tent, across from 137 Depot Street in Broad Brook, CT. Please join the family to share memories of Lisa. The outdoor event will require all to follow safety guidelines with social distancing and wearing face masks.
Lisa had a loving kind heart, enduring patience and wisdom well beyond her years. Her soul consisted of loving her family and friends, teaching young children and helping the less fortunate. Therefore, in lieu of flowers, please consider bringing an unused elementary school supply item, or a donation of a new children's winter coat, mittens or hat.
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