Donald Lewis Thompson

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Donald Lewis Thompson

April 26, 1939 - October 08, 2018

Donald Lewis Thompson, 79, of Terre Haute, passed away peacefully Oct. 8, 2018, at Gibson Family Hospice in Union Hospital, he was surrounded by his family after battling Alzheimer's disease for the past six years. He was born April 26, 1939, in Clay County, to Margaret Marie Bell Thompson and Maurice Aubra Thompson.
He served in the Indiana Army National Guard Reserves. He worked as an insurance salesman for Western Southern Life, a maintenance engineer at Pillsbury Foods and retired from the Putnamville State Correction Facility as a plumber.
He was preceded in death by his parents; his older brother, Maurice Luther Thompson; his youngest brother, Jerry Lee Thompson; and his beloved grandson, Christopher Levi Morley.
Survivors include his son, Andrew Thompson of Terre Haute; his daughters, Sandra Thompson of Terre Haute and Manda Stanton and her husband Scott of Clinton; brothers, Robert Thompson and his wife Carolyn and William Thompson and his wife Mary, all of Brazil. He is survived by grandchildren, Stacey Reece, Ji Carmen-Thompson and Jebediah Carmen-Thompson; and his great-grandchildren, Alyssa Buckallew, Kyra Morley, Lincoln Morley and Joshua Held; and several nieces and nephews.
Memorial services are Saturday Nov. 13, 2018, at 3 p.m. at Mount Pleasant United Methodist Church, 3050 East Davis, Terre Haute. A gathering of family and friends will be from 1 p.m. until service time. Greiner Funeral Home, 2005 North 13th Street, Terre Haute, was entrusted with local arrangements. A special thanks to the helpful staff at Bethesda Gardens, Gibson Family Hospice Unit, and the ICU at Union Hospital.
Online condolences may be made at: www.greinerfuneralhome.com
Published on October 11, 2018
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