Lenny died April 28, 2022, in Green Valley, Ariz., after a six-year battle with multiple myeloma. He was born Sept. 13, 1951, in Seattle, where he graduated from Franklin High School. There he played baseball, lettered in cross country, and was involved in student government.

Lenny majored in psychology at Princeton. He then graduated from the University of Washington School of Medicine in 1977. Eventually, he went into private practice in Santee, Calif. He returned to Seattle in 1990, where he worked in a variety of medical positions in Washington. Lenny finished his medical career at the Skagit Regional Urgent Care Clinics in Mount Vernon, Wash., in 2016 when he was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. Throughout his medical career, he was highly regarded for his compassion and competence.

Lenny married Judy in 1979, and they had two children. He enjoyed playing fastpitch softball when he was young, later switching to golf, and coaching his son, Derek, in baseball. Lenny loved travel and movies. He was determined to enjoy retirement despite fighting cancer. He and Judy moved to Green Valley, where he devoted himself to his golf game and making new friends. He was as decent and honorable a man as you would ever want to meet, with a charming and engaging personality.

Lenny is survived by his wife, Judy; daughter Danielle and her husband, Drew Richards; Derek and his wife, Katerina; grandchildren Donovan and Carmen Richards; and brothers David, Paul, and Rick. The Class of 1973 offers profound condolences to the DuPree family.

Undergraduate Class of 1973