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William Nile DePuy, Sr

William Nile DePuy, Sr., of Wawarsing, NY, died Sunday, July 4, 2010 at his home with his wife by his side. He was 62 years old. William was born on August 26, 1947 in Deposit, NY. He was the son of Leona (Klugh) Hadley and the late Floyd DePuy.



William was a Veteran of The United States Army having served in Vietnam, where he was awarded the Purple Heart.


He was an ASE Certified Auto Repair Technician and had owned the Wawarsing Service Station since 1985. He loved tinkering with cars and was an avid gardener who took extreme pride in his lawn, trees and plants.


On February 9, 2006 William married Denise Rinaldi in Ellenville, NY.


In addition to his wife Denise at home, and his mom Leona of Ulster Heights, William is survived by his children; Brijet (DePuy) Castner of Alpharetta GA, William Nile DePuy, Jr., and his wife Penny of Woodstock, GA and Brian Nile DePuy of Ulster Heights, NY, his step-children; Jennifer Paszkowski of the Bronx and Rebecca Paszkowski of Accord, his brothers; Floyd, Jr., George, Kevin and Randy DePuy and Douglas Pomerantz,  his sisters; Diana Niosi, Sherri McGlynn, Rowena Blauvelt and Darlene Muniz, six grandchildren; Andrew, Christopher and Matthew Castner, Britney and Shayla DePuy and Isabela (Paszkowski) Rosario. Also surviving are many nieces and nephews.


William was predeceased by his brother Garland DePuy.



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Nilsa - July 11th, 2010 at 9:44pm - Email
my thoughts are with you and your family,he is with God and smiling down at you. May God bless you and your family at this time. Love always Nilsa

Thelma Ghigliotty Diaz - July 11th, 2010 at 1:28pm - Email
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Denise Santoro - July 11th, 2010 at 12:23pm - Email
Skip fought two great wars in his lifetime. He didn't lose either one of them. He came home from the first one a hero and he left this world with his loving wife by his side. Her was larger than life. That's how I'll remember him. Bless his heart. We're all going to miss him.

Denise DePuy - July 11th, 2010 at 12:10pm - Email
My darling, I am trying to make this as short, simple and uncomplicated as we talked about. Everyone you wanted me to invite, I have. Those you didnt want to come see you shall not. I know you hated these situations, and I agree...if they didnt want to take the time to pay respect to you while you were alive then you didnt need them there after the fact. Your ashes will stay with mom for a while and then I will bring you home. Like I promised you will always be the keeper and guardian of your hoem ...our home. Yor gardens are growing and the world shall know what a greatly changed man you had become since I cane into your life. Always for Always....your baby!

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