Obituary of Jesse T. Dupont

Jesse Dupont
Jesse T. Dupont, 22, of Housatonic fell to his death on March 28, 2017.  Born January 18, 1995 in Great Barrington, he is survived by his parents, Adam & Nicole (Morris) Dupont, his big brother Adam, his twin brother Alex, nephew & Godson Grayson, his paternal grandparents, Albert & Marie Dupont of Stockbridge, his maternal grandparents, Donald & Jackie Rideout of Maine and his many beloved aunts, uncles; Albert Dupont Jr. and wife Laura, Michael Dupont and wife Ellyn, Jason Dupont and wife Cortney, Isreal Morris and wife Amy and cousins; Madison and Victoria Morris, Kayla, Megan, Mya, Shaun and Kevin Dupont.  Jesse was predeceased by great aunt and uncle, Cheryl and Lester Santoes.
Jesse lived his life like he played varsity football for Monument Mountain High School, #28….with great passion and dedication to the team.  Jesse’s “team” was massive; his family, friends, the special “Housy Boys”, coaches, teachers and his dog, Bella and cat, Friday.  Jesse lived by the creed of devotion, loyalty and the expression of unconditional love which his “team” always returned to him in their love and support.  Jesse shared his talents and leadership by mentoring special needs students at Monument….he was often seen dancing in the halls with them.  Jesse treasured his alone time with his brothers, Adam and Alex, on their frequent fishing and hiking outings.  Jesse’s parents were his roots and his family and friends were his branches….he continued to show his devotion to them all into his adulthood.  The Dupont family invites Jesse’s “Team” to celebrate his life Sunday, April 2, 2017 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm at the Birches-Roy Funeral Home at 33 South Street, Great Barrington, MA

7 Responses to Obituary of Jesse T. Dupont

  1. Dearest Nicole, Adam and Adam

    Our heartfelt condolences go out to you all. There are simply no words to describe your loss. Godspeed, Jesse.

    With deepest sympathy,

    Emily & Andy Williams

  2. So very sad and heart breaking. May your family find peace is such a hard time.

  3. My thoughts go to all of you at such a difficult time.

    With Deepest Sympathy,
    Mary Shook

  4. Marie and entire family,

    There are no good words to say when you loose your loved one! I remember always talking to you about our kids when we worked at Big Y! They were all roughly close in age! Now Jessie is that age! I know how Granparents brag about their grandchildren! Our three youngest are 8 and almost six month old twin boys my daughter waited so long for! They are our word and give us such happiness! I know you Marie are always bragging about yours too! With good reason! My heart aches for you and the family! May you all take comfort in knowing he had some great accomplishments and trust me they will continue to have them and will be looking down at you all with love in his eyes! Take comfort in being a close family and reflect on all the good things and dismiss any bad! Living life alone is hard but living a lost life can be much harder! Wrap your arms around each other and share your heart with each other!
    RIP Jessie and send strength to each and every family member, friend and your teammate to be able to cope with leaving them!

    So very sorry you are having to go through this!
    Sarah Schneider

  5. Dupont Family
    May you find comfort in the days ahead. Please know we will always be here for you. Your second family: Bruce & Carole.

    RIP Jesse

  6. Our heartfelt sympathy to your entire family. There are no words at a time like this. May the love of family and friends help you through this difficult time and help to bring you peace and comfort in the months ahead.

  7. To cousinMarie,Al,Adam’s family & all the DuPont family:
    Words cannot describe who I feel about the death of Jesse.
    My heart aches for you.
    There is nothing as painful as the loss of a young loved one

    Love & prayers
    (Cousin) Cathy & Aunt Joan

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