Glenn Thompson

THOMPSON,
Glenn Thompson, 49. Sunrise July 13, 1963 and Sunset October 22, 2012. Glenn was a 1982 graduate of South High School and formerly employed at The Ohio State University. He was preceded in death by his parents James Herman Thompson Sr. and Gertrude Bishop Thompson and brother Larry Thompson. Left to cherish his memory, daughter Asia Thompson, brothers James Herman Thompson, Jr., Ronald Thompson and Stanley (Janel) Thompson, sisters JoAnne Thompson and Mary (Mack) Shannon, grandchildren Azavier and Saniyah Smith, special niece Tasshia Lee and a host of other nieces, nephews, other relative and friends.

Condolence Messages

  1. Wow Glen I will always remember that smile and always being a happy guy! Rest In Peace and look after your beautiful baby girl!

  2. To the Thompson Family my deepest condolence on your loss. I am shocked to learn the passing of Glenn seen him 4yrs ago, we laughed and talked about time we dated while the family lived on Miller Ave he still have a way of make you laugh truly he will be missed. May God Grace and Mercy see you all through the loss of your love one.

  3. Nephew Chaz Thompson :

    Rip/RIH uncle Glenn I will always remember the advice the good and the bad times we had but we always made it through I will always miss u and keep u in my heart i just regret not saying more things and talking to u before u left me to go to a better place love u unc aka cat daddy

  4. Tasshia Lee (Lil Kim) Sis/Niece :

    Glenn,

    I will never forget the special times that we shared when we were growing up. You are my brother and my uncle. I will miss all of the special times we had together, the good times and the bad times. I will miss all the good food, laughs and the special moments that we shared at our family gatherings. You will always be with me in my heart and my soul. Take care Big Brother your little sister/niece (Lil Kim) as you called me, will never forget about you.

    Love you always,

    Your Niece Tasshia (lil Sis/lil Kim)

  5. Kandi Williamson :

    I didn't know Mr. Thompson directly, but work with brother Stan every day. My deepest condolence to the family. I'll keep you in my prayers. He's home now with his Father. Rest in Peace

  6. Sitting here after the funeral service, when i am supposed to start going back to my day to day activities, i can't all i do is think about you, i don't know what to do without you, i feel so lost and alone without you, i know i told you i will be fine but i just don't know how to do that yet. Love and miss you like crazy Daddy, and the kids miss, love and will always remember their papa.

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