Supenny Uraiklang
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Supenny Uraiklang

Louisville - Supenny Uraiklang 67 passed away Monday February 17, 2020 at Norton Hosparus Inpatient Unit. Born in Thailand, she was the owner operator of China Inn Restaurant around the U of L campus for 33 years. She is preceded in death by her parents Nirun and Plaek Uraiklang and granddaughter, Jaycie. Survivors include her loving husband of 13 years Dr. Rodney T. Hard, son James "Jay" Bryan (Angie) and daughter Jeannie Mudd (David). Sisters Sue Paris (Jack), Sumalee Sydow (Ray), sister-in-law Louie Uraiklang and 5 grandchildren. Her visitation will be from 12 pm to 7 pm on Saturday February 22, 2020, at Owen Funeral Home 5317 Dixie Hwy. with a memorial service at 5 p.m.

Supenny's request in lieu of flowers, expressions be made in her honor to Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Research, 2301 Hurstbourne Village Dr, Louisville, KY 40299 (komenkentucky.org).






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Published in Courier-Journal from Feb. 17 to Feb. 20, 2020.
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March 27, 2020
Ms. Penny was always the very nicest person, when coming to China Inn. I rarely ever ate any other Chinese food but China Inn! My daughter & I regularly went there for over 30 years and Ms. Penny always treated us with the utmost respect. She was truly a Louisville gem and a credit to her craft. She will be sorely missed. I am saddened of the thought of not seeing her again, but will unselfishly accept that she's with our Creator. RIP Lovely Lady, until we meet again! Lovingly, Your Friend
Sandra R.
March 7, 2020
Ms.Penny was always so kind and friendly when I came to China Inn for my regular entree. Even though I know she was in pain, she always had a beautiful smile. I admired her strength and courage in facing cancer and her treatment. I considered her a friend. Rest in peace Penny.
Loretta Houchins
February 21, 2020
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Linda Heichelbech
February 20, 2020
We got off to a rocky start but we eventually became friends. Tough boss but loved her.
Logan Daugherty
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February 20, 2020
I will always remember her as Penny. Saddened my heart to hear She lost her fight with that horrible disease. I remember distinctly how long Penny fought it as my own daughter was going through it at the same time. Will forever miss her radiant smile and the bright colors she wore. Louisville will miss such a lovely person who made China Inn such a gem. Prayers to her family.
David Thonen
February 19, 2020
I have been at U of L 34 years. I loved going to China Inn to see Penny and Sue. She made me feel like family so I brought my own family there. She welcomed them too. She always asked about my Mother and Brother when they were dealing with their illnesses. I will miss her smiling face and your her kind heart!!! You are now an angel watching us from heaven!
Karen Schultz
February 18, 2020
I have known Penny for over 30 years. She was always a delight to visit with at the China Inn. My thoughts and prayers will be with her family during this time of sorrow.
Stephen Steilberg, OD
February 18, 2020
Dear Na Penny, you were always the sweetest lady. We will miss you and hope you rest in peace. Love, the Banchongmanie family
Ron & Sue Banchongmanie
February 18, 2020
Your smiling face will be missed. RIP Theresa C
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