Sally A. Supensky

August 1, 1937September 4, 2018

Sally A. Supensky, 81, a lifelong resident of the Norwich area and well respected Family Nurse Practioner passed away Tuesday morning, September 4, 2018 at the Chenango Memorial Hospital. Sally was born on August 1, 1937 in Norwich the daughter of Paul and Amy (Brookins) Loeffler. She grew up in Norwich and was a 1955 graduate of the Norwich High School. She furthered her education by attending SUNY Morrisville earning her Associates Degree and Binghamton University where she earned her Master’s Degree in Nursing. Sally’s career began at Fox Hospital where she worked for a brief period of time. In the early 1960’s she became employed by Chenango Memorial Hospital as a ward clerk until she earned her nursing degree. She remained with Chenango Memorial for many years where she became very well respected. Upon her so called retirement, which is a word that really wasn’t part of Sally’s vocabulary, she went to work as a Family Nurse Practioner for Camp Georgetown and Camp Pharsalia. Sally was also an instructor at SUNY Morrisville, Norwich Campus, as well as BOCES. Sally’s life was about helping others which she did with dignity and a smile. She enjoyed life and always liked a good time. In 1956 she married Lee Supensky who predeceased her. Sally is survived by her sons; Link (Jeanne “Sue”) Supensky of Plymouth, Lee (Melissa) Supensky of Norwich and Lex (Jamey) Supensky of Norwich, her grandchildren Leann, Derrick, Conner, Brayden, Carter, Kristofer and Lily. Also surviving are her siblings; Christina Myrick of Norwich, half sister Arlene Holland of Norwich, Gary Loeffler of Vestal and her sister-in-law Nancy Loeffler of Norwich. Several nieces, nephews and cousins also survive. Besides her husband Lee, Sally was predeceased by her sister Joan Loeffler and brother Jerrold (Jack) Loeffler. In keeping with Sally’s wishes there will be no calling hours or formal services. Please consider memorial contributions to Hospice & Palliative Care of Chenango County, 21 Hayes St., Norwich, NY 13815


Sally A. Supensky

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Marie Inglee

September 10, 2018

My sympathies to the whole family. When I first heard of Sally's release from the body, the person I was with said "she was such a force". I think that encapsulates it completely. I was honored to have met her and been trained by her through hospice and had many conversations with her.. Sally spoke her truths clearly and energetically and she inspired many. I was so surprised to find out her age, as she surely didn't act anything near that number of earthly years. She was energetic, dynamic and caring. I loved spending time with her and listening to her and this world has definitely lost a "great one". Hugs and Sympathy Galore.

Jean nazzitto Machin

September 9, 2018

So sorry to hear about condolences to the family

Marlene Young Scheer

September 7, 2018

My sincere sympathy to Lee and Sally's sons and other loved ones. I graduated from Norwich High School with Sally and have since enjoyed visits with her at class reunions. I'm certain that the friendliness and kindness she displayed in school remained with her throughout her life. God alone knows the number of people who have been blessed by Sally's love and tenderness. I know I am one of them.
Precious memories of Sally and Lee. Thank God, there's another Meeting Place.


September 7, 2018

May God comfort the Suspensky Family, with the sharing of the abundance of expressions of love they had for Sally, and may the family treasure each and every well wish. My sincere condolence for your precious loss. Jeremiah 29:11

Caroline Georgia

September 6, 2018

Sally and I were friends since 8th grade. I loved my conversations with Sally because she was such a deep thinker and had great insight. We lost track of each other for a few years but when we reconnected, it was as if not even a day had passed. When I returned to Norwich to visit my sisters, Sally and I would meet for lunch and more great conversations. I will miss her dearly but I know she's with Lee, whom she missed every day since he died.

Ronald Balcom

September 6, 2018

Sally and I started school together with Mrs Bennington, who exposed us to literature and the love of books and reading. Sally and I enjoyed spirited reading competition throughout our school years.

One of the nicest and smartest persons whom I have known.