Florence Lee Supulski
February 5, 1927 – January 7, 2018
Florence Oksoon Lee Supulski, 90, joined her husband of 68 years, William Thomas Supulski, in heaven on January 7, 2018. Surviving are a daughter Gwendolyn (Les) Turbeville and a son William (Dorothy) Supulski II; four grandchildren- Milisa (Kelly) Batten, Daniel (Mary) Turbeville, Wesley (Paige) Turbeville, and Leah Supulski, and seven great-grandchildren- Caroline, Alexander, Grant and Ellis Batten, Charlie Turbeville, and Anna and Evelyn Turbeville. Florence was born in Wahiawa, Hawaii and in her youth, she was witness to the Japanese attack on December 7, 1941. In Hawaii, she met and married her husband William and was an Army wife for 30 years. After retirement, Bill and Florence did volunteer work helping hospitalized soldiers and their families at Fort Bragg, NC. They received the Three Chaplains Award and a Commander's Award for Public Service in recognition of their work. They moved to Midlothian in 2006. Florence was known for her strong faith and friendliness. She always had a kind or encouraging word for everyone she met. Burial in Arlington Cemetery is planned.
The family thanks Brookdale Midlothian for their care of Florence. Some special caregivers are Ertha, Jennifer, Luna, NeNe, Janet, Rosa, Jean, Andrea, Carolyn, plus many others. Many thanks to Kindred Hospice for their great help and support these last months.
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Florence Lee Supulski
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January 14, 2018
I knew Mrs Supulski many many years ago (1963-65)vat Fort Bragg and Gwen baby sat for my children. When we moved, she gave me a beautiful piece of coral from Hawaii and some sort of branch which I still have on display in my home. She did her best to teach me the hula with quarters on my hands! I wish I had known she loved so near to me in recent years.
January 8, 2018
As President of Woody Funeral Home, I extend our deepest sympathy from all our staff for your loss. We are committed to providing the utmost care to you at this time and throughout the days to come. Our purpose is to assist and serve you in a manner that exceeds your expectations. We pledge to strive to merit the trust you have reposed in us.