Gerard A. Dube
1929 - 2021
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Gerard A. Dube, beloved husband of Florence I. (Lamphier) Dube, a lifelong resident of Lowell passed away on Monday, September 27, 2021 following a brief illness. He was 92.

Born in Lowell on June 24, 1929 he was a son of the late Alfred and Louise (Rousseau) Dube. Gerry was educated in Lowell and served in the US Navy during the Korean War. He later went on to become a Master Electrician, working for General Electric and retiring from the Vulkor Corp.

Gerry met Florence as a teenager while at a roller rink. They were married in St. Patrick's Church Lowell and this past July celebrated 69 years of marriage. They enjoyed roller skating and doing dances at the rink. They skated until about three years ago.

Gerry enjoyed candlepin bowling and bowled until this year. He liked making CD's of his favorite music and doing puzzles. Gerry was proud to have driven a Duck Boat and flew in his son-in-law's plane. He and Florence looked forward to going to Lowell Senior Center and being involved in the Friends of the Lowell Council on Aging. Most of all Gerry liked to be around his family.

Survivng Gerry besides Florence are his three daughters and sons-in-law, Theresa and Rod Dauteuil of Salem, NH, Karen and Stan Gurlewski of Lowell, Ann Dube of Haverhill; two grandchildren Angela Lacoste and her husband Wayne of Swanzey, NH, Michael Dube of Derry, NH; three sisters and brothers in law, Theresa Desrosiers of Dracut, Ruth and Kenny Cerullo of Woburn, Marie Jean and her companion Warren of Tewksbury; and nine great grandchildren. Gerry was the father of the late Richard J. Dube and grandfather of the late Pepita Dube.

It being Gerry's request his funeral services were private. For condolences, please visit

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Published by Lowell Sun on Oct. 10, 2021.
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Flo and family, please accept my Deepest condolences on the loss of your beloved husband and father. Sending thoughts and prayers. I miss seeing everyone at the skating rink. Hugs to all.
Sue Smith
October 10, 2021
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