Larry D. Thompson

Larry D. Thompson obituaries

Larry D. Thompson

1939-2012

 

Larry D. Thompson, 73, Kansas City, Missouri, formerly of St. Joseph, Missouri, died Monday, December 31, 2012.

He was born April 13, 1939 to Everett and Anna Thompson in Topeka, Kansas.

Larry married Marian K. Burns on June 10, 1962. She preceded him in death in March 2005. He married Nancy Ebberts on September 5, 2009. She survives of the home.

He was a microbiologist at Boehringer Ingelheim. Larry was a Deacon at Parkville Presbyterian Church and an Elder at First Presbyterian Church in St. Joseph. He volunteered for the American Red Cross, Meals on Wheels, and the local food pantry.

Larry is also survived by his daughters, Karen Thompson Bishop (Bill), Kansas City, Missouri, and Marilyn Thompson (Sam Green), granddaughter Leah Green, Phoenix, Arizona, and a brother, Richard M. Thompson (Mary), Gladstone, Missouri.

Services:  10:00 A.M. Friday, Parkville Presbyterian Church, Parkville, Missouri. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery, St. Joseph, Missouri.  The family will receive friends 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. Thursday, Parkville Presbyterian Church. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions to either church or the American Red Cross.



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  1. Mary Divine Myers says:

    Nancy, Marilyn, Karen and family,
    We were so sorry to hear the news of Larry’s death. We so loved Mr. Thompson. I have such fond memories of him from my girlhood. He was such a gracious and loving man. He loved all of you so much. I am so glad he met you, Nancy, and that you were able to have so many wonderful adventures with him these past few years.
    All our love,
    Mary, Greg, Henry, Frances and Fred Myers
    St. Paul, Minn.

  2. Maria Shifflett says:

    To the Larry Thompson Family,

    I was very sorry to hear that Larry had passed away.
    Larry was my supervisor for about 12 years before he retired.
    He was a very intelligent, caring man.
    He will be missed by many.

    Sincerely
    Maria Shifflett
    St. Joseph, Mo

  3. Karole and John Jacobsen says:

    To the Family of Larry,

    You are in our thoughts and prayers. We had not known Larry for very long but he always had a smaile and was a willing participant in our (Karole’s) Thursday night bridge group when we needed a last minute sub!

    With deepest sympathy,
    Karole and John

  4. Betty A Karr says:

    I worked for Larry many years at Philips Roxane and after it changed to Boehringer Ingleheim. He was always a very good boss, patient, kind, considerate, never demanding,always appreciative of any extra you put forth. He was so intelligent. Answered your question before you could ask it. I am sad that he died so young. Know you will miss him terriabley. I always thought of him as a good friend,beside being the best supervisor I ever had. Saw his picture in the paper with his wife when they were married, he looked very happy. God Bless, Betty A Karr

  5. Martha Engle - Shawnee, KS says:

    Nancy, Marilyn & Karen & families,
    Though I’ve known Nancy my entire life, I only got to know Larry the past couple of years. I found him to be kind, brilliant, a wonderful husband to Nancy & father. I’m so sorry for your loss.

  6. Bill McLaughlin - Bozeman MT says:

    My sincere condolences Marilyn, Karen Bill and Sam and others. Larry’s kindness, generosity and patience were always traits he was, and will be known by.

  7. Hazel Fleck says:

    My deepest sympathy to all. May you find comfort in knowing you were a special part of such a well-lived life. Hazel Fleck Northminster Presbyterian Church

  8. George and Lorraine Lesan says:

    George worked at Boehringer,

  9. Rick Schwebel says:

    To family, My sincere condolences. There is no greater pain
    than the death of a loved one. Sometimes it seems almost more than a person can
    bear. Jehovah God helps us with this in His word. He promises us that He will
    put a stop to all sickness and death will be no more (REV 21;3.4) Jehovah also
    shows His love for us through the ransom sacrifice of His beloved son Jesus
    Christ. What a wonderful gift to be given ! Then the hope of seeing one’s loved
    ones again on this earth transformed in a paradise as it was Jehovah’s will when
    He created Adam & Eve . (Genesis 1:26,27; John 5: 28,29; Psalms
    37:11,22,29). If you have any questions or comments, please contact me at:
    ricruiz@aol.com
    Sincerely.

  10. Errol and Sherry Taylor says:

    Marilyn, Karen, Nancy and families,
    We were so sorry to read of Larry’s death. We are in Florida and were unable to be with you at this time. Know that we are thinking of you and have wonderful memories of times shared as neighbors and friends throughout the years. Larry talked about how much he enjoyed traveling and exploring these last few years. He was a good and loving person.
    Love to you all –
    Errol and Sherry Taylor

  11. Susan Barr Gentry says:

    Karen and Marilyn,
    I am so sorry for your loss. Your dad was always so helpful and willing to go the extra mile for his kids and friends. He would always run us around to our latest activitity whenever asked. He was very kind and will be missed.

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