Bruce William Tupper
1963 - 2021
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Bruce William Tupper

El Paso - Bruce W. Tupper, age 58, of El Paso, TX, passed away on February 15, 2021 after a cardiac arrest following a battle with diabetes and Co-Vid 19. Bruce was born on January 14, 1963 and adopted by Elsie G. and Clarence L. Tupper in The Dalles, Oregon. After graduating from Columbia High School in 1981 he worked at Bishop Services in Goldendale, Washington for most of his life and continued in some capacity when he moved to El Paso, Texas where he went on to study Computer/ Internet Technology at Vista College and graduate with an associate's degree in 2011. In 2003 he met Estela Garcia and married her in 2008 going on to help raise three step-daughters, Alma Rosa, Ana Alicia, and Abigail Jurado. Bruce learned of his birth mother, Mrs. Nelson, then deceased, and half siblings, Kelly, Lisa, Mike, and Brad and went on to contact them and build a relationship with them. He stopped working full-time in 2019 and enjoyed researching family history and photo-documenting family events. Bruce was predeceased by his parents, Elsie G. and Clarence L. Tupper. Bruce is survived by siblings Dave, Dale, Paul, Julia, Anne, Sue, cousins Edward and Caroline Stites, aunts Geraldine Stites and Marjorie Wentland, wife Estela G. Tupper, step-daughters Alma, Ana, and Abby, daughter Rachelle Tupper and best friends Sid Holbrook and Toby Thomas as well as countless other family and friends who loved him and will remember him fondly.

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Published in El Paso Times from Apr. 15 to Apr. 19, 2021.
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