OBITUARY

William Thomas Supulski

July 22, 1915April 14, 2014

William Thomas Supulski I, 98, of Midlothian, passed away April 14, 2014. Surviving are his devoted wife of 68 years, Florence Oksoon Lee Supulski; his two children a daughter Gwendolyn Turbeville and husband, Les, and a son William Supulski II and wife, Dorothy; four grandchildren, Milisa Batten and husband, Kelly, Daniel Turbeville and wife, Mary, Wesley Turbeville and wife, Paige, and Leah Supulski; and five great-grandchildren Caroline, Alexander, Grant and Ellis Batten and Charlie Turbeville. Also surviving is one brother Daniel Supulski and wife, Roxanne.

Bill served 30 years in the US Army. Drafted in 1941, he was stationed at Fort Shafter, Hawaii, as a military policeman, where he witnessed the December 7th Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. By the end of World War II, he was provost sergeant for northern Oahu. In 1951, he was appointed Warrant Officer. He served in Korea and Vietnam during those conflicts, and was stationed in Germany for 3 years. Among his numerous awards are the Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal, and Commander’s Award for Public Service. Upon retirement in 1971, Bill and Florence did volunteer work helping hospitalized soldiers and their families at Fort Bragg, NC. They received the Three Chaplains Award in recognition of their service. They moved to Midlothian in 2006. Burial in Arlington Cemetery is planned.

Arrangements under the direction of Woody Funeral Home-Parham, Richmond, VA.

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Barbara Baroody

April 19, 2014

from 1963-65 I lived at Fort Bragg, 3 doors down from the Supulskis. Their daughter, Gwen, baby sat my 2 little girls, aged about 1 and 2. I remember the Supulskis so very fondly. When we all moved, she gave me a beautiful piece of coral from Hawaii and a beautiful branch of I don't know what wood but it serves as an Easter egg holder. The coral is a center piece on a bookcase. Mrs Supulski almost taught me to do the hula but Fort Bragg Theater was more my thing! To the lovely family, please accept my condolences. I know your loss is great. .... sincerely, Barbara Baroody

Bud Hazelgrove, GM

April 16, 2014

Please accept Woody staff condolences for your loss. You can depend on us to assist you on this journey and we will strive for your complete satisfaction while your loved one is in our care. We believe you deserve nothing less. For these difficult days, we will be honored to have you consider our home and family a part of yours.

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