Guilford L. Kupfer RitesApril 20,2013Guilford L. Kupfer Rites
LEICESTER — The memorial graveside service with full military honors for Guilford Louis “Gil” Kupfer, 86, who died April 12, 2013, was held Friday, April 19, 2013, at the Brookside Cemetery in Leicester.
The Rev. Ruel Tumangday, pastor of St Mary’s Church in Brandon, officiated.
The eulogy was given by his son-in-law David Driscoll.
Military honors were led by Sgt. of Arms Robert Gearwar of American Legion Post of 55 Brandon. Vermont National Guardsmen SPC Travis Dube and SPC Derek Murray folded the flag, and it was presented to his wife Eleanor by Master Sgt. Dan Landry. Burt Reynolds, a Marine Corps veteran, played taps.
The Miller & Ketcham Funeral Home in Brandon was in charge of arrangements.
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