Thomas Francis Skupny

Thomas F. Skupny 09/11/1952-05/07/2022

God made you very special–
His love comes shining through
In all the kind and thoughtful things
you find to say and do…
He made your hands to do his work,
Your life to show his ways–
May he love you and reward you
With his blessings all your days.

Thomas Francis Skupny, 69, of Warren, MI, passed on May 7, 2022.

Tom was born in Detroit, MI, to Frank and Charlotte Skupny (Stankiewicz) on September 11, 1952. He is predeceased by his brother, Harvey, and sister Arlene (Klott), survived by
nephews Brian (Alison), Jeff (Lisa) and Scott (Mary) Klott. ​He graduated from St. Thomas Apostle High School in Detroit, MI.

Tom loved spending time with family and his many friends thru the years, both personally and professionally.

He will be so dearly missed by all who knew him.

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  1. Sandra Ankrapp

    And he absolutely loved his Tigers, some network big wig he drove gave him a ticket behind home plate to the ’84 World Series@Tiger Stadium and no disrepect here, he thought he was in heaven…
    I too hope Tom is with his dear Mother and Father as well as his brother and sister, on a soft cloud watching his beloved Tigers with his family and mine…
    The kindest, best-hearted and truest person a girl could know…
    I will always love you so deeply, my Tommy.

  2. Sandra Ankrapp

    He was always trying to give an unexpected exhaulting story or experience to those he met…the incidences he would tell me and, not sound like bragging to others, of the gratefulness and gratitude of many of the artists toward him, because he never asked anything from them, only gave his best to give them the site knowledge about the old JLHudson downtown Motown Detroit that he always loved… and always such sensitivity and respect toward any woman, he truly saw people and never judged…rarefied air…and his impression of Ringo as well as his stories on a Thaw Charity hour night spot that he did with the local on-air WOMC DJ were so spot on, for his always wanna-be DJ self…

  3. Sandra Ankrapp

    Tom chauffered Oscar winners, DSO conductors, rock and jazz bands, and us regular people with the same class and decorium that we all should expect.
    He always lived by the credo, live to acknowledge people for how wonderful they are, they came into your life for a reason, let them feel good, the world tears you down enough to keep you humble.

  4. Yes Tom was one of the good guys. He was always very proud to call Hamtramck and Detroit his home. He loved showing off his knowledge of any aspect of the “street life”, where to get the best of this or that.
    I’m thankful for knowing him since First grade, he was always a devout person and that guided him all his life.

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