Wil­liam B. Su­per


The Washington Post Sunday - - OBITUARIES - — Adam Bern­stein

Wil­liam B. Su­per, 88, who re­tired in 1982 as an ac­qui­si­tion ap­praisal man­ager at Naval Sea Sys­tems Com­mand, died Jan. 1 at the Inova HealthPlex at Fran­co­nia-Spring­field. He had con­ges­tive heart fail­ure.

Mr. Su­per joined the Navy Depart­ment in 1966 af­ter many years of do­ing en­gi­neer­ing work for the Army Depart­ment and work­ing as a mid-At­lantic track su­per­vi­sor for the Penn­syl­va­nia Rail­road.

Wil­liam Bernard Su­per was born in Nor­wich, Conn., and raised in North Adams, Mass. Dur­ing World War II, he served in the Army in Europe with an en­gi­neer com­bat bat­tal­ion.

He was a 1947 grad­u­ate of Nor­wich Uni­ver­sity in North­field, Vt., and re­ceived a mas­ter’s de­gree in ad­min­is­tra­tion from Ge­orge Washington Uni­ver­sity.

In re­tire­ment, he was a tax coun­selor for H&R Block and worked as a real es­tate agent at Shan­non and Luchs.

He re­cently moved to Green­spring re­tire­ment com­mu­nity in Spring­field from Fair­fax County’s Mount Ver­non neigh­bor­hood.

His mem­ber­ships in­cluded St. James’ Epis­co­pal Church at Mount Ver­non in Alexan­dria, the Mount Ver­non Civic As­so­ci­a­tion and the Ma­sons.

Sur­vivors in­clude his wife of 57 years, Mary Knupp Su­per of Spring­field; chil­dren Wil­liam F. Su­per of Carls­bad, Calif., Suzanne Allen of Arnold, Md., and Bar­bara Mathis of Alexan­dria; a sis­ter; and six grand­chil­dren.

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