Judy A Cuppini

  • Born: July 15, 1949
  • Died: September 27, 2014
  • Location: Rockford, Illinois

Fitzgerald Funeral Home & Crematory, Ltd. - Mulford Chapel

1860 South Mulford Road
Rockford, IL 61108

Tel. (815) 226-2273

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Message From The Family

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Judy A. Cuppini, 65, of Rockford, died after a courageous battle with cancer on Saturday, September 27, 2014 at St. Anne Center. She was born on July 15, 1949 the daughter of Eugene and Hazel (Clark) Trosper. Graduate of Harlem High School and married her loving husband, Robert Cuppini, in Rockford on July 24, 1985. Judy was an avid racquet ball player and even played competitively in Chicago. She had worked at and attended Rock Valley College. Judy worked for the US Post Office as a clerk for many years. She was very artistic, especially when it came to stained glass, her home is full of beautiful pieces she created. She also liked to garden and learned a thing or two from her mother-in-law about Italian cooking. She had a wonderful smile that filled the room and her personality could win you over in a heartbeat. Judy will be deeply missed by those that had the chance to meet her.
Survivors include her husband, Robert; step-sons, Jon and Paul Cuppini ; brother, William A. (Linda) Trosper and niece, Laura(Dan) Schweitzer. Preceded in death by her parents.
A memorial service will be held on Friday, October 3, 2014 at 11 a.m. at Fitzgerald Funeral Home and Crematory, 1860 S. Mulford Rd with Rev. Randy Young officiating. Visitation from 10 a.m. until time of service. Inurnment will be held in Arlington Memorial Park.


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Judy was a neighbor of mine for over twenty years. I knew her to be a very creative woman. She canned, worked in the garden with Bob, loved to walk and ride her bike with Bob, (to show his love for Judy he bought her a motor so she could still ride with him). That show of compassion I will always remember as I seen both of them riding down the bike path together seeming like nothing was wrong but just the sun above and the ride before them. Even though I knew Judy was struggling she showed courage and strength dealing with the terrible cancer that she was enduring everyday of her life. When I would speak with her I never heard her complain and there was always a glimpse of hope in her eyes. Judy will be missed. My prayers are that Bob will carry on as Judy would have wished with that same glimmer of hope, living life to the best of his ability in the memory of his beloved wife.

Posted by Theresa Leonhardt - Rockford, IL - Neighbor   October 02, 2014

Judy will always be my freckle-faced little cousin. I was so blessed to be able to spend some time with her before her passing. I am relieved to know that her years of pain are finally over and she is at peace. Words cannot express the loving devotion from Bob. I pray that he can quickly begin a new era of his life and find happiness.

Posted by June St John - Green Valley, AZ - Cousin   October 01, 2014


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