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William   &    Mildred Stumpp

William & Mildred Stumpp

Monday, May 4th, 2020
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Mildred C. (Nee Thompson) and William E. Stumpp of Warminster both passed away hours apart on Monday May 4, 2020.

Mildred passed away at her son Bill’s home in Quakertown, PA and William passed away at Neshaminy Manor in Doylestown. Mildred was 77 and William was 80 years old. Together they shared 58 years of marriage.

Both Mildred and William were born in Philadelphia; PA Mildred was the daughter of the late Mildred Cavanaugh and George Thompson. William was the son of the late Mary Broadbent and William Stumpp

Mildred had attended St. Hubert’s High School and had been employed as an HR Administrator, at Warminster Hospital in Warminster.

William had served his Country in the U.S. Coast Guard. He had attended Temple University and had worked as an Electrician, for the US Government.

Mildred enjoyed reading, and William was fond of antique trains. They both enjoyed going on cruises, and spending time with their grandchildren

Mr. and Mrs. Stumpp are survived by their Children: William A. (Kathy) and Eric Stumpp, and their grandchildren Christopher, Jennifer and Ryan Stumpp. In addition Mildred is survived by her sister Maria Thompson Peterson (David). She is also survived by her brother-in-law James Stumpp. William is also survived by his sister-in-law Maria Thompson Peterson (David). He is also survived by his brother James Stumpp. Mildred was preceded in death by her brother George Thompson

A Funeral Mass for Mr. & Mrs. Stumpp will be held privately followed by Internment in Washington Crossing National Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be sent to the American Cancer Society and Michael J. Fox Parkinson Foundation
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Service Details

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    Private at the convenience of the family
  • Interment

    Washington Crossing National Cemetery
    830 Highland Road
    NEWTOWN, PA 18940
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Joan Mountain

Posted at 05:56pm
I just recently found out about your Millie and Bill. They were really nice people and I am very sad that they both passed away. I am so sorry for your loss. I use to work with Millie at Warminster Hospital and knew both of them from their Doctor's office. I will keep you in my prayers. Millie and Bill RIP you will be missed.

Elaine Porter

Posted at 09:42pm
Elaine Porter

I have been friends with Millie and Bill since 1963. They were a wonderful couple. I cherish my friendship with them more than words can say. I will miss them. They will be in my heart forever.


Ron Zanoni

Posted at 08:51pm
We knew Bill and Millie through my sister Elaine. Your parents were such wonderful and fun people. Our deepest sympathies to all. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers. Fondly, Linda and Ron Zanoni

Stephen Sweder

Posted at 09:31am
Deepest sympathy from the Sweder's in Warminster, Pennsylvania.

kathy brown

Posted at 04:31pm
Aunt Mildred and Uncle Bill have always been a delightful presence in my life since childhood. I will forever remember Aunt Mildred's class and Uncle Bill's infectious smile. They always gave my sisters and me Christmas presents. I remember them riding a bicycle-built-for-two. How romantic! They were so devoted to each other. I truly believe that Aunt Mildred called Uncle Bill to join her in her last breath. All my love and prayers to Billy, Kathy, the grands and Eric.

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