It is with great sadness that the family of Georgia June Supanchick announce her passing from Alzheimer's Disease on Monday, April 8, 2019 at the age 86 years.
Georgia was born July 17, 1932 in Buhl, Idaho to Leola Dove (Comer) Johnson and George Sylvester Johnson. She had an older brother, Bill Vern Johnson married to Rosie and a younger sister Patsy Ann (Johnson) Farmer married to Gary Farmer.
Georgia married her husband, Donald Lyle Supanchick after graduating High School. Don enlisted in the Air Force and was stationed in Ft. Worth, Texas. Georgia worked for a bank in Ft. Worth until Don received his honorable discharged from the Air Force and they moved back to Brule. Their son Mark Alan Supanchick was born on April 18th 1959.
Georgia worked for Adams Bank and Trust in Brule from 1961 until her retirement in 2003. During her career at the bank she was an Assistant Cashier, Personnel Director, Operations Officer, Assistant Vice President, Personal Banker and a Club 55+ Coordinator where she led tour groups of seniors to various locations in the U.S.
In 2003 she retired and moved to Poway, California where she was active with the Stepping Out group at the Poway Senior Center, and also was a volunteer usher at the Poway Performing Arts Center.
She cherished her 13 nieces and 7 nephews and loved to tell family stories. Among her favorite things to do were travel, make Barbie Doll clothes, crafts and greeting cards, and grow flowers. She will be remembered fondly for her out going personality.
Georgia is preceded in death by her husband Don, Father George, Mother Leola, brother Bill and sister Patsy. She is survived by her son Mark and his wife Mary of Poway, California, Mark's son Christopher John Supanchick of Wellington, Colorado, and Mary's son Jason Ryan Scarbrough of Poway California.
Services are to be held Saturday June 29, 2019 at the Brule Cemetery in Brule, Nebraska, with Rev. Lisa Hadler officiating.
Online condolences may be left online by signing the Guest Book at www.drauckerfuneralhome.com.
Draucker Funeral Home of Ogallala is assisting the Supanchick Family with arrangements.
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