Violet "Vi" (Lopilato) Dupuis-Gugliotta

  • Born: February 13, 1928
  • Died: March 21, 2021
  • Location: Concord, New Hampshire

Cremation Society of New Hampshire

172 King St.
Boscawen , NH 03303

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Tel. (603) 796-2528

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Loving Mother

Message From The Family

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On Sunday March 21st, 2021 at 2:15 p.m. Violet "Vi" Madeline Dupuis-Gugliotta (Lopilato) passed away peacefully at the age of 93, surrounded by loved ones.
Violet was born on February 13, 1928 in Woburn, MA to the late Mary Catone and Anthony Lopilato, who immigrated here from Italy. She was the youngest of seven siblings, now all deceased. Violet loved cooking, ballroom dancing, playing the guitar and harmonica, completing crossword puzzles, watching western movies, listening to Gene Autry, and her funny demeanor was sure to bring laughter to the room. She was the former owner of the restaurant Rosie's Place in Walpole, MA. Violet enjoyed spending time traveling with her family and exploring the outdoors.

The former wife of the late Thomas Gugliotta, Sr. Vi and Tom spent most of their married life in of Norwood, MA. Violet is survived by her five children. Her two daughters Jean Nickola of Franklin, MA and Margaret Newbury of Milford, MA. Her three sons Joe and his wife, Thomas Gugliotta, Jr. and wife Belinda of Attleboro, MA and Mark Gugliotta and wife Jeanne of Concord, NH. She is also survived by her twelve grandchildren, fourteen great-grandchildren, and several cousins, nieces and nephews. Later in life she met her life companion Myron "Doc" Weiner and they enjoyed each other's company, until Docs untimely passing in February 2021. Violet is also survived by her loving cat Cali whom she loved dearly.

Mom you will never be forgotten and will always be loved. You've earned your way mother. Rest in Peace!

Mom's wishes were to be cremated, no services will be held at this time and a celebration of life will be announced at a later date. The Cremation Society of New Hampshire has been entrusted with arrangements. To view an online tribute, leave a message of condolence or for more information please visit www.csnh.com.


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I will always remember and cherish the good times we had. I will cherish our times spent together such as our trip to the Cape Cod potato chip factory, the visits to your home when you would cook my favorite, your meatballs (no one else made them quite like you) to you telling me no matter how old I get You will never eat beans off the top of my head. Nana you were one of a kind and as sad and hurting as we all are with your loss I take comfort in knowing you lived a long life surrounded by your family and you never let anything hold you back. You were a fierce, loving and caring woman and you lived life. In our loss we gained an angel and I know you are watching over us all as you did in life. I love and miss you Nana ♥

Posted by Jenna Gugliotta - Newton, MA - Grandchild   May 04, 2021

Nana, my one and only. I remember coming over your place in Millis and playing inside the apartment complex, running through the halls with my sisters and you telling us to stop but then let us play as long as we didn't run. I loved all the food you cooked when we visited especially that spaghetti cake. You were always so happy to see us with open arms. Thank you for all that you did for us. You will always be remembered as a sweet, loving, funny person. Rest in the sweetest peace

Posted by Tasha Rios - Grafton, MA - Family   May 03, 2021

Nana I want to thank you for all you have done for me ,from growing up to becoming a women. You always gave me word s of wisdom and cracked the funniest jokes. You were the strongest women that I knew and you will for ever be on my heart ..I pray that you are at peace and you can reunite with passed on family. I love you for ever and always.

Posted by Nadine Gugliotts - Fayetteville, NC - Grandchild   May 03, 2021

I love you nana u are always with me I miss you so much I know your keeping an eye on me

Posted by Samantha Vidito - Haverhill, MA - Grandchild   May 03, 2021

Much loved by Gerry Lopilato jr and Marilyn Wood. May the poker games and laughter continue in heaven. Auntie Vi you always told it like it is. Much love and miss you ❤

Posted by Marilyn Wood - Carver, MA - Family   May 03, 2021

Mom, you were so good to so many! I struggle with understanding how your life came to an end, but I know that we all have to make our way back home. I wish that I could have been there in the early years to grow up with all of your family and to see you in your prime. Thanks for all the great years we had together...I hope you rest easy. It's your turn now. Goodbye for now. Love you

Posted by Mark Gugliotta - Concord, NH - Son   May 03, 2021

Mom, rest now! God knows you've earned it!! We had fun and you being mom made it that much more fun. Never forget the beach and vacations to different places, showing us the proper way to go. RIP now mom and we will be together again soon enuf. Love you!

Posted by Tom Gugliotta - Aberdeen, MD - Son   March 31, 2021

Mark Jeanne and family. In experiencing the passing of a parent it's like your whole world flashes before you and red lights at stop signs mean nothing. Stopping is very painful. I'm sorry. Memories in the newness of loss suck. But eventually memories are the love they are meant to be. If you need anything let me know. Love is where we begin and where we go when we stop. 93 years is amazing. In love and sorrow. Marsha

Posted by Marsha Gove - Concord, NH - Friend   March 30, 2021

Mom I will always carry you in my heart. I think of all the ballroom dancing we did and cherish the times we had together. I wish that I had opportunity to be their for you everyday. I love u mom. My heart aches for you.

Posted by Jeanne Nickola - Franklin, MA - Family   March 29, 2021


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Mom, you were so good to so many! I struggle with understanding how your life came to an end, but I know that we all have to make our way back home. I wish that I could have been there in the early years to grow up with all of your family and to see you in your prime. Thanks for all the great years we had together...I hope you rest easy. It's your turn now. Goodbye for now. Love you