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Shirley Mae Thompson

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Shirley Mae Thompson (nee Berling) passed away May 24, 2020, at St Elizabeth Medical Center in Florence KY. She was born in Covington KY to Joseph and Margaret Berling in 1933. She is survived by her loving husband Virgil (Curly) C. Thompson Jr., of 67 years and also a younger sister, Elaine Kunzelman. She was a dedicated mother to Michael (Jann) Thompson, Kim (John) Beck, David (JoEllen) Thompson, and Tonya (Doug) Stevie. She had 9 beautiful grandchildren, Michael K. Thompson, Joseph Thompson, Sebastian Beck, John Beck, Christian Beck, Joseph Beck, Savanna Stevie, Grace Stevie, and Sara Stevie. Shirley was also blessed with 6 great-grandchildren and enjoyed spending time with her family, reading biographies, shopping, and gardening in the yard. She was retired from AT&T after 26 years and was a member of the AT&T Pioneers Cub. Shirley was a longtime member of Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish in Burlington; she was a huge supporter of Mighty in the Land, Passionate Nuns Society, and the Presentation Ministries. Due to Covid-19 a memorial visitation and services will be held privately. Memorial contributions can be made to The Passionate Nuns Society 1151 Donaldson Hwy Erlanger, KY 41018. Online condolences can be made at www.linnemannfuneralhomes.com

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Joyful Lady

It is with great sorrow that we have learned of the passing of this wonderful lady. On behalf of my siblings and myself, we extend our deepest sympathies to the entire Thompson Family, both immediate and extended, on the great loss of their beloved “Shirley”—a terrific and cherished wife, sister, mother, and grandmother. For us, from our formative years, we remember her as consistently cheerful and pleasantly engaging, demonstrating an abiding joy reflective of her deep inner faith. We pray that the Lord’s Peace and Strength be upon you and with you during this difficult time……………Romans 5: 8-11
Sincerely,
The Centner Kids


LOVE

IF THEIR IS ROOM FOR ONE MORE (( ANGLE)) IN HEAVEN — ————– YOU ARE THEIR !!

YOU MAY NOT BE HERE TODAY -BUT- YOU WILL ALWAYS BE IN OUR HEARTS

Johnny & Kelsey Beck


Great Lady!

I remember growing up on Villa Drive and having the Thompson family as neighbors. Shirley and Curly were two of the best people ever. Always positive with a smile on her face, Shirley will be remembered as a great wife, mother, sister and friend. My deepest sympathy to the entire Thompson family and Elaine. My prayers are with you at this time.

Marsha Moeves Linnemann