Irma D. Lupo, a longtime resident of Waquoit and Falmouth, died August 29 at Royal Megansett Nursing & Retirement Home in North Falmouth. She was 95.

Born in Boston, she was the daughter of Evelyn and Paul Savery.

After she was graduated from Weymouth High School in 1943, she attended the Katharine Gibbs Business School in Boston.

She married James McHardie in 1946 in South Weymouth and the couple settled in Waquoit in 1947. A member of Junior Outlook and Child Study Club while raising her children, she also served as a leader for the Cub Scouts, Brownies and Girl Scouts during that time.

She worked for Falmouth Cooperative Bank on Main Street for seven years, then for Falmouth Marine Yacht Brokerage for 15 years.

In 1964 she married Dominic Lupo, now deceased, and in 1981 moved to Florida for 20 years.

After her return to Falmouth from Florida, Ms. Lupo volunteered at Cape Cod Children’s Museum in Mashpee. In her later years, she volunteered at the church thrift shop of Waquoit Congregational Church, where she was a member.

She also loved music and was a fan of the Boston Red Sox.

She leaves her three children, James P. McHardie of Falmouth, Sandra McHardie Collette of Virginia and Florida, and Nancy McHardie Hazelton of Falmouth; six grandchildren, Jennifer Hardin, Julie McHardie and Joseph Hazelton, all of Falmouth, Beth Fisher of Maryland, Jon Hubler of South Carolina and James Hubler of California; 10 great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.

Ms. Lupo was predeceased by her three siblings, Paul Savery, Robert Savery and Joan Sadler.

Services will be Monday, September 28, at 12:30 PM at Massachusetts National Cemetery in Bourne.

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