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Francis Frankie Joe J. Supak

November 25, 1942April 4, 2017
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Mr. Francis Joseph Supak of Gonzales passed away at his home on Tuesday, April 4, 2017 at the age of 74. He was born November 25, 1942 in Moulton to the late Frank Supak and Annie (Haba) Supak. Frankie Joe is survived by his loving wife of 56 years, Barbara Supak; three children, Sharon Stevens and husband Scott Stevens of Victoria Texas, Cindy Burke of Houston Texas, and Joey Supak of Nashville, Tennessee; five grandchildren, Michelle Burke Turek and husband Michael Turek, Christina Burke Matula and husband Brian Matula, Paige Stevens Baros and husband Brice Baros, Madalyn West, and Brayden Supak; and five great-grandchildren, Jackson Matula, Lilee Matula, Casen Matula, Cam Turek, and Jase Baros. Frankie Joe was a 1961 graduate of Moulton High School. He was married in 1961 to Barbara Ann Krametbauer of Moulton. They resided in Gonzales after marriage where Frankie Joe started a long-standing tenure at JB White Company located in downtown Gonzales for nearly 30 years. After a career change in 1993, he began yet another long-standing career in the car industry with John Whitt Chevrolet, Quality Chevrolet and West Motors where he served the South Central Texas until his retirement in 2014. While in the car industry, Frankie Joe was recognized on numerous occasions and received several awards for outstanding sales achievements. Some of his favorite activities were gardening, reading, fishing, square dancing, tending to his farm animals, giving away his home-grown vegetables to family and friends, along with drinking coffee with his buddies at the Cow Palace each morning. Just ask anyone and they would tell you that Frankie Joe’s proudest achievement throughout his career and life was his family. Frankie Joe is preceded in death by parents Frank and Annie Supak, sister Delores Brzozowski, brothers Vladić Supak and Milan Supak. Pallbearers for the service will be Brice Baros, Matt Brzozowski, Ronnie Brzozowski, Shane Brzozowski, Mike Burke, Brian Matula, Scott Stevens, and Michael Turek. Visitation was scheduled Friday, April 7, 2017 at 8:00 am at Smith Funeral Home Chapel. Rosary was recited 9:30am Saturday April 8, 2017 at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Moulton with Funeral Mass following at 10:00am officiated by Father Gabriel Maison. Burial was at the St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery. Words of comfort can be expressed to the family at www.SmithFuneralHomeMoulton.com Smith Funeral Home- 404 West Bobkat Drive Moulton, TX 78941 – Phone# 361-596-4631

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    Saturday, April 8, 2017

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April 22, 2017

My deepest sympathy to you Barbara and family. Frankie was always so nice to be around and fun to be with even though it wasn't often. My prayers and thoughts are with you all. Pauline "Stryk" Tauer

Johnny and Aida Camarillo

April 10, 2017

Our deepest condolences to the Frankie Joe Supak family.
Johnny and Aida Camarillo

Johnny and Aida Camarillo

April 10, 2017

Barbara and kids,,, my wife Aida and myself,, Johnny Camarillo ,,were truly saddened on hearing of the passing of Frankie Joe !! Sadly,, hearing about it too late,,, we weren't abel to attend his services,,, pls know that you and the family are and will be in our prayers ,,,, Mr Supak was truly an Amazing salesman and there will never be another like him ! It was truly an honor to have worked for him !! Again ,,our Deepest Condolences to you and the family and may God bless !!

Virginia (Richter) Perkins, GHS 1979

April 7, 2017

Supak Family, so sorry for your loss, keeping you in my thoughts and prayers. May God Bless you and give you the guidance and strength you need in the difficult days that lie ahead.
Mr. Supak was a natural born salesman, many a school year shopping for school clothes at JB White's...It's almost like I can hear him asking you need a new pair of shoes or some socks?
Cindy, I hope life has been good to you and yours. He will always be close in your hearts...
With deepest sympathy,

Rey & Mary Louise Veselka

April 7, 2017

We are saddened to learn of the loss of Frankie. He was always such a gentle, polite gentleman, ready smile and willing to talk, help or do whatever was needed. May you find peace that your loss is shared by so many of his and your friends. May God's Peace be upon you.

Deidra Droupy Voigt

April 7, 2017

Frankie Joe was so proud of each of his children and grandchildren! We each have such fun and special memories with Frankie, Barbara and all. May you each ask for and receive the peace, grace and comfort only He can provide during this time. Sweet comfort to you all.

John & Janis Kaulfus

April 7, 2017

Barbara and family, We were sad to hear the news. We are sending our prayers and fondly remembering Frank. Take care!

Margie "Krejci" Kocian

April 7, 2017

Barbara and Family: my deepest sympathies and prayers for you all. May God wrap his arms around you and ease the sorrow!

Gracie & Christopher

April 7, 2017

Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts. With love,

SYLVIA MERCER

April 6, 2017

Barbara and family, WE ARE SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT FRANK. WE HAVE KNOWN HIM FOR MANY YEARS AND TRADED WITH HIM IN CLOTHING AND CARS ! MAY GOD COMFORT YOU ALL IN KNOWING HE WAS REALLY A GOOD CHRISTIAN MAN.

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