Obituary of Jack R. Thompson
Predeceased: By his parents Loretta and Raymond Thompson of Mount Morris, New York
Survived By: Gail (Saporito) Thompson, loving and devoted wife of 55 years.
His four children: Kevin, Scott, Tamara and Jennifer (Todd Terran) son in-law to be.
Loving brother: Ronald Thompson (Lucy)
8 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren
Many nieces, nephews and cousins
Dear friends, great neighbors, and caregivers.
His best little fellow and loyal dog: Sir Lovey Valentino, nicknamed PeeWee
Jack is a 30 year retiree of Eastman Kodak.
Marine Corp Veteran of the Vietnam War, served 4 years.
Jack liked simple things, was gentile, funny and loving. He enjoyed nature, hunting, watching sunsets and took great pride and comfort in his home. He wouldn’t turn down a casino trip, loved his pet dachshunds, a hard worker and family man, who always gave of himself. His children were the center of his life, which he gave up and sacrificed so much for. Mostly, he adored his life long partner/wife Gail.
A special “thank you” to Jack’s wife Gail, who devoted around the clock care in their home for over 2 years. She truly was his comforting angel on earth!
Everyone who knew Jack loved him. He was someone to look up to and will be deeply missed!
Much love and gratitude....
Always on our mind and in our hearts ♥️!!
*No Calling Hours*
Please meet the family on Monday August 23rd, 11 AM at Holy Trinity Church (1460 Ridge Road, Webster, NY 14580)
Interment: Holy Sepulchre Cemetery
2461 Lake Avenue
Rochester, NY 14612
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