GLEN ROSE - Eula May Shupe, 87, formerly of Arlington, passed away on Thursday June 14, in Glen Rose.

For Eula Shupe, her family was her entire world. Those of us who were blessed to be part of that world will celebrate her life on Friday, June 17, at 3 p.m. in the Chapel at Emerald Hills Funeral Home, 500 Sublett Road in Kennedale, Texas. Thank you to her grandson, Jason Shupe, who will be guiding the services for the family.

Pallbearers are Les, Luke, and Frank Brandenburg, Jason, Nikki, Jacob and Joseph Shupe. A graveside service at Emerald Hills Memorial Park will immediately follow.

Eula May was born May 16, 1924, to Frank and Anna Robinette. In 1943, at age 19, she became the wife of Joseph Earl Shupe, who fought with honor in World War II and passed away in 1998 in Arlington.

She also was preceded in death by her mother, Anna Robinette, father, Frank Robinette Sr., and brothers Frank Robinette Jr. and Jack Robinette, all of Bristol, Tenn.

Survivors are her son, Dwight “Ike” Shupe, and wife, Janet, of Renden; daughter, Dawn Brandenburg, and husband, Les, of Glen Rose; grandchildren Luke and Frank Brandenburg, Jason Shupe, Monica Coker and Brandi Shupe; and great-grandchildre, Jacob, Joseph and Bridget Nicole Shupe.