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Gathering of Family and Friends


Saturday June 5th, 2021
10:00am

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Celebration of Life


Saturday June 5th, 2021
12:30pm

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Jeffrey Page Thompson

Jeff was born in Indiana, June 23, 1972, to Richard Justin Thompson from Illinois and Anita Louise Morris Thompson from Texas. Richard and his wife Patricia now live in Avon, North Carolina.

Jeff was a proud father of a son, Tyler Thompson, Salt Lake City, Utah. Jeff resided in South Ogden, Utah, with his mother when he quietly passed away at home on May 7, 2021. His sister, Jamie Lynn Sanders, her husband, Matt and their family, Colton, Vanessa, Josie and Leila live nearby. He also had 4 uncles and their families in Texas, as well as several aunts and an uncle on his dad’s side of the family from Illinois, some of whom live in Colorado now. Jeff was an IT person for Heber Power and Light at the time of his passing.

Jenny preceded Jeff in death 20 years ago, July 7, 2001 in Salt Lake City. She too shared the same parents and was born in Indiana on June 21, 1974.  She was a proud mother of a son, Attillio Reed Renzetti. She was best known for making friends and keeping track of them wherever she traveled. She was ready to start college when her life abruptly ended. A wake was held for her when she passed away and now her cremains will be with her brother Jeff’s at Lindquist Washington Heights Memorial Park on June 5, 2021 at 10 am for family and close friends. At 12:30 there will be a celebration of life held at 4351 Porter Ave, South Ogden, Utah. All family, friends, neighbors and associates are welcome to attend.

Both Jeffrey Page Thompson and Jennifer Louise Thompson will be missed by family and friends.


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