Catherine “Cathy” Kupperion (Wegh), 88, Fargo passed away Tuesday, May 3, 2016 at Villa Maria Nursing Home, Fargo. Catherine was born on July 21, 1927 near Regent, ND to Joseph and Veronica (Lampl) Wegh. She attended a rural school in Hettinger County. She graduated from Dickinson High School. She worked at a Pontiac/GMC Garage in Dickinson for many years. On May 11, 1957 she married Al Kupperion at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Dickinson, ND. They lived in Dickinson until moving to Fargo, ND in 1961. After the children were older, she returned to work as a bookkeeper for a construction company, a farmer, and finally for Holy Cross Cemetery for many years. Al died in 1983. She retired several years after that. She was a member of Holy Spirit. She is survived by children: Bruce Kupperion (Bonnie) Fargo, ND, her son: Brian Kupperion (Sun), Goldsboro, NC; one grandson: Robert Kupperion, Fargo, ND; one sister: Mary Zander, Dickinson, ND. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, son, David A. Kupperion, sister, Anna Riesinger, and one brother, John Wegh. Funeral Service: 3:00 P.M. Friday, May 6, 2016 at Boulger Funeral Home & Celebration of Life Center, Fargo. Burial: Holy Cross Cemetery North, Fargo.

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  1. bruce and family so sorry to hear of your dear mother passing we lived down the street from you on 25 ave.

  2. Sorry about your loss.
    Catherine was my first cousin…her mother and mine were sisters.
    She babysat my brother and me and taught us to embroider… Chuck and I just talked about this last week. We laughed…
    She was so fun !

    Doris Glick Stowe
    Auburn, Kansas (near Topeka)

  3. I was so sorry to read of Cathy’s death. My name is Jeanne Weber-Dotson and “Kay” as we called her worked for my Grandpa at DeFoes Pontiac/GMC Auto dealership in Dickinson ND. I idolized her as a child and was always at her side at the garage. She was my confirmation sponsor when I was in the 8th grade at St. Patricks Catholic Church in Dickinson. I married and never knew she lived in the same city as I do. I am so sorry I missed the opportunity to visit with her and her family. I will always remember her fondly. She was a very special person to me. My best to her family.

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