Duper Family expresses gratitude

On behalf of the widow and family of Paul Corso, Jr. (“Dupper”), thank you.

The support from those who knew him has been tremendous.

Words cannot express our gratitude in this time of deep sorrow.

Our hearts have been lifted and made stronger with the outpouring of love that we have received.

No act of kindness toward us has gone unnoticed nor unappreciated.

Together, we layed our beloved one to rest in a way that would have made him proud; something he has said many times to many people was “When I die, wrap me in an old quilt and throw me in a pine box like Wyatt Earp.”

As we move forward in this life without this great man who was a beloved husband, father, son, brother, nephew, and friend to everyone let us remember his acts of kindness toward others and continue that legacy as we pay it forward.

With all of our hearts we thank you, for this dark time in our lives has been made brighter by your love and support.

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