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Benjamin R. Dupont

1995 - 2021



Benjamin R DuPont, age 25 from Worcester/Sterling passed away Saturday, April 3, 2021, at UMass Memorial Medical Center.

Ben was born in Worcester, he is the oldest son of Lisa DuPont of Worcester and step son of Shawn Kelley of  Worcester and son of Leo DuPont of Sterling. He leaves behind his siblings Tayla Benjamin and her husband Timothy Benjamin of Southbridge, Ava Kelley and her fiancé Joseph Champagne of Spencer and Daniel Kelley of Worcester.

Ben loved his niece and nephews dearly Trinity, Hyde, Colt, and Theodore. Their times together will always be so special especially at the Sterling Fair.  Along with many aunts, uncles and cousins. Ben loved fishing, music, cars, traveling, sports, family and friends, and always making a joke. Ben always made people laugh and sent joy to their lives. He loved seeing new and beautiful places.

Our memories of him will always stay and bring us harmony. It may seem that Ben has left us and is so very far, but it isn't so he's gone to his peaceful forever home, and is closer than you know. We may not see him but he can see us, speak to him and he will hear and will help us all pull through this time of trouble this is not a goodbye. We all miss you dearly Ben, until the day comes when we're together again. 

A semi public/private viewing will be held and private funeral services will be held for Benjamin.  (written by Ava)

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April 12, 2021 11:35 PM

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June 6, 2021 8:15 PM

So heartbroken to hear this news. Ben was always full of smiles. My son and I took Ben on a road trip as he said he always wanted to see other parts of the country. We had great times in florida, swimming and cooking out at the parks. We had always kept in touch since. Will miss hearing his stories and jokes. I lost my 18 yr old son 3 yrs ago and Ben had met him a few times. Someone told me once that if you say thier names together they will find each other in the next life. Russell my son, find Ben. Hugs and love always.

Leah Dupont

April 10, 2021 7:52 AM

So deeply sorry. Ben and I had some. Laughs it was to funny when I dropped a piece  of pizza on the floor from the cafeteria when we were walking in the corridor at the hospital. I was Ike  it's  still good! Ben said no. Hahahaha

Cathy Smith

April 6, 2021 8:13 PM

Cathy Smith

April 6, 2021 8:13 PM

Leo and family

I’m truly sorry my heart and my prayers go out to you and your family. I know how it is right now.😢 he is up in heaven in the present of our lord. I pray grace upon you during these days ahead please let us know if there’s anything you need we are here for you.

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Cathy smith

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