Judith Cupac Wilson, 81

WilsonJudith Cupac Wilson, 81, of Ellwood City passed away Wednesday, May 25, 2016 at Carriage Court in New Castle, following a lingering illness.

Born November 18, 1934 in Ellwood City, she was the daughter of the late Judson and Ruth Haines Liebendorfer.

She was preceded in death by husbands, Joseph M. Cupac whom she married on October 10, 1953 until his passing on April 26, 1991 and Paul Wilson whom she married in 2000 until his passing in 2008..

Judy graduated from Lincoln High School. She formerly worked at the Aetna Standard and then at Vivienne’s Antiques for eleven years. She was a member Christ Presbyterian Church. Judith was also a member of the Jr. Women’s Club in Ellwood City and was involved with the Rainbow Girls Club.

Survivors include a daughter, Corinne C. Borselli of Ellwood City; two sons, Thomas J. (Cheryl) Cupac of Darlington, Garth J. Cupac of Ellwood City; two brothers, Judson “Zig” Liebendorfer of Pittsburgh, and Kenneth Liebendorfer of Ellwood City; and two grandsons, Blake J. Rutter and Joseph J. Cupac;

Visiting hours will be held on Friday May 27, from 2 -4 and 6-8 pm at the Marshall Funeral Home, 200 Fountain Ave, Ellwood City. A Memorial service for Judy will be held at the funeral home on Saturday at 12 noon with Rev. Tod Custer officiating.

Memorial contributions can be made to Christ Church in Ellwood City. .

Online condolences may be sent to marshallsfh.com.

4 thoughts on “Judith Cupac Wilson, 81

  1. Kenny
    Sorry to read about your sister. My thoughts and prayers are with you
    Tom Gordon
    6190 62nd Ave N #20
    Pinellas Park, FL 33781

  2. Corinne, Tom and Garth,

    It was with much sorrow to read of your mom’s and my Aunt Judy’s passing. Sorry I am not able to be there. Please accept my heartfelt sympathies during this difficult time. My condolences to all her family members and friends.

    She was always so very welcoming and kind, interested and encouraging. Few could tell a story in the animated way she did. She had a wonderful talent for design. Every place into which your family moved ended up looking like it came right out of “House Beautiful”. And beautiful she was, and is, both inside and out. Lovely and loving. Always hospitable; always gracious. True Class.

    God must have been getting tired of the way heaven was looking, so he called up the best person suited to do some redecorating. God bless you, Aunt Judy; may you enjoy peace and joy and love eternal.

    George (Ridjaneck)
    Venice, CA

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