Obituaries

Scott Supple- Hopkinton

Scott Supple, 64, of Hopkinton died Sunday, January 22, 2023 at the University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics, Iowa City following a brief illness.

Funeral services will be held at 11:00 Saturday morning, January 28, 2023 at St. Luke Catholic Church, Hopkinton with interment in the Hopkinton Cemetery with Hopkinton Fire Department Honors. Friends may call from 3 until 7 at the church on Friday and again from 9:30 until 10:45 on Saturday. A Parish Vigil service will begin at 3:00 on Friday. Goettsch Funeral Home, Monticello has taken Scott and his family into their care. Thoughts, Memories, and Condolences may be left at www.goettschonline.com.

Surviving is his wife, Kristine, 5 children, Aaron (Nichole), Marcus, Adrianne, Erika, and Emilee, his granddaughter, Olivia Raylynn, 4 step-grandchildren, Adrienne, Cadence, Kalynn, and Maleah Freiburger, all of Hopkinton, his mother Doris Noel, and siblings, Christine Richter, Carrie Supple, Mark Supple, and Tricia (Jim) Manson, his in-laws, Cheryl (Rick) Clark, Michelle (Jesse) Coohey, Angie (Kevin) Wilson, and Amy (Jeff) Sherwood and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Marcus, and step-father, Lee Noel, his brother Casey, and his grandparents, Harry (Amy) Gibson and Raymond (Margaret) Supple.

Scott Raymond Supple was born August 13, 1958 at John McDonald Hospital, Monticello, Iowa. He was the son of Marcus and Doris Gibson Supple. Scott graduated from the Maquoketa Valley Schools with the class of 1976. He continued his education at Kirkwood Community College where he studied agriculture. Scott married Kristine Turnis on May 6, 1989, in Hopkinton, Iowa. Five children were born to this union. Over the years, Scott worked with his father at Johnson Feed Mill, which later transitioned to D&J Feeds. He was also employed at IAS and Orbis Manufacturing. For 42 years, he worked at the Post Office as a part-time rural carrier and currently as a full-time rural carrier. From 2004 until 2009, he and Kristine operated the 4-Corners Restaurant. He was also a realtor for McDonough Real Estate.
Scott loved being on the farm and tinkering in the shop, taking the dogs on Ranger rides, putzing around Hopkinton and stopping to talk with people. He enjoyed going junking with his sons and helping with their demo derby events. He never missed any of his children’s school or sporting events. Scott served on the Hopkinton Fire Department for 29 years and was also involved in the Hopkinton Lion’s Club until his passing.

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