Wayne D. Rupert

Wayne D. Rupert, 85, passed away on Friday, June 1, 2018. Born in Ford Cliff, Pennsylvania on February 25, 1933, he was the son of Floy and Isabelle Rupert. He served in the US Air Force and moved to this area in 1973.

Wayne was a metallurgist for Allegheny Ludlum Steel for thirty years. He enjoyed golfing and gardening. He could often be found tinkering around his home fixing things for anyone who needed a helping hand.

He was predeceased by his parents Floy and Isabelle, wife Georgiann, brothers Arnold and Wendell, and daughter in law Stacey. Wayne is survived by his life partner Irma Slater; children Kenneth Rupert (Kathleen Slusher) of Round Lake, Keith Rupert (Donna Krug) of Schaghticoke and Karen Anderson (Stephen) of Longmeadow, MA; grandchildren Jason Martin, Carolyn Lattimore, Leah Tansky (Joey), Sarah Rupert, Christian Rupert, Addison Rupert, Robert Anderson, Isabelle Anderson and Nathan Anderson; great grandchildren Michaela Martin, Shawn Lattimore and Logan DeRose.

Funeral services will be held 8:30am on Friday, June 8 at Christ Episcopal Church, West High Street, Ballston Spa. Burial with military honors will follow in the Gerald BH Solomon Saratoga National Cemetery, Duell Road, Schuylerville. Relatives and friends are invited to call on Thursday, June 7 from 6pm to 8pm at Armer Funeral Home, Inc., 39 East High Street, Ballston Spa.

Memorial contributions in memory of Wayne may be made to the American Cancer Society at www.cancer.org or American Macular Degeneration Foundation at www.macular.org

Guest Book

Brendan and Victoria

Dear Ken and family, Our deepest condolences on your dad and grandfather's passing. Our prayers and thoughts are with you all. Peace to you all.

Mike Rupert

Ken, Keith, and Karen,
Your dad was a good man and a great uncle, you should be very proud of him. Not only was he our dad's brother but also his best friend. Your dad and mom were so generous to our family and their memories will always be with us. Take comfort in the fact that your mom and dad are together again.

Your dad served his country, family, friends, and community, with honor and dignity; the world would be a much better place if more people were like him. Each of you are in our prayers.

Terry and Ginger Rupert

Our hearts go out to my wonderful cousins and their families. Uncle Wayne was simply the best. He will be greatly missed. I will always remember the fun that mom, dad, Aunt Georgie and Uncle Wayne had together. We were all blessed to share those times with them and to have them as our role models. Our prayers are with all of you, love you!