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Family of James Joel THOMPSON (535) & Francis NEWSOM

843. William Leo THOMPSON. Born on 23 Apr 1962 in Fort Lewis, Washington. At the age of 43, William Leo died in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee on 8 Jan 2006. Buried on 10 Jan 2006 in Palestine Cemetery, Carroll County, Tennessee.

Obituary: CEDAR GROVE: William Leo "Bill" Thompson, 43, died Sunday, January 8, at Jackson-Madison County General Hospital. Funeral services were conducted on Tuesday, January 10, in the chapel of Chase Funeral Home. Interment followed in the Palestine Cemetery with Masonic rites. Bro. Martin Klamm officiated. Mr. Thompson was born April 23, 1962, in Ft. Lewis, Washington. He graduated high school in Trezevant in 1980, retired from the Milan Fire Department, was an Air Force veteran, and a member of the Juno Masonic Lodge #443, where he was a past master. He was preceded in death by his mother, Frances (Newsome) Thompson, and one brother, Gary Thompson. He is survived by his father, Jim (Betsy) Thompson; one daughter, Amy Thompson; two sons, Craig (Julie) Thompson and James Thompson, all of Cedar Grove; three sisters: Gail Carr of Cedar Grove, Linda (Danny) Rees of Lavinia; and Tammy Griffin of Oak Field; and one brother, Jimmy Thompson of Milan.

i. Amy.

ii. Craig.

Craig married Julie ?.

iii. James.

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