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11/05/1943 — 12/07/2020
From Pasco, WA | Born in Denver, CO
Judith A Thompson
November 5, 1943 – December 7, 2020
I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Philippians 4:13
Judith A Thompson was born in Denver, Colorado to Earl and Myra Johnson on 11/5/1943. Judy passed away on 12/7/2020 at the age of 77 at her home with her family around her.
She was one of 4 children. Her parents moved to the Tri-Cities in 1944. Judy graduated from Kennewick High School in 1962. She married her sweetheart, David Thompson, on 2/17/1962 and had 2 daughters, Juanita and Jamera. She was a devoted Christ follower and loved Jesus with her whole heart and displayed it to others.
Judy moved from correcting spelling and punctuation in word-processing, to a technology position in computer support. She was a very intelligent woman. She worked at Washington Public Supply System and then as a computer support and Men’s ministry support at New Life Church, Renton and Renton Christian School until she retired. Judy and Dave returned to Tri-Cities in 2012 for retirement.
Judy was an avid reader, teacher, and trainer. She excelled in Bible teaching starting with young children and moving up into adult teaching. She was also talented and enjoyed painting, crocheting, sewing, and quilting. She also supported the 200 computers of Renton Christian School for several years.
She is survived by: Husband – David E Thompson; daughters: Juanita (Bill) Boulds and Jamera Thompson. She is also survived by her grandchildren: Shane Boulds, Rachael Boulds, Jonathan Thompson, Giovanni Thompson and a host of foster kids and grandchildren.
Judy was preceded in Death by: Earl and Myra Johnson (Parents), Betty Bennett (Sister), Rosemary Eden (Sister) and Earl Johnson Jr (Brother).
Donations: St Jude Hospital or Convoy of Hope
I will miss this beautiful person so much. Her love for Christ and her family is like no other. She showed amazing devotion to anyone who knew her and always welcomed me into her home.
What a beautiful woman of God! I’m so grateful for our short but sweet time together in Seattle. She was a reflection of Jesus in every way!! Proverbs 31:25,26,28,29
Jamera &Family. I hope God sends you strength snd peace during this difficult time. May your many memories bring you solace.
You were a kind, caring and sweet lady. I loved the twinkle in your eyes and your love for the Lord. We miss you.
We shared a name and a birth date. You certainly had a heart of gold and I enjoyed the few times we interacted at church. You are lucky to to get to celebrate Christmas in heaven this year!! Will miss your beautiful smile!!
Beautifully said. So sorry I’ll be out of town and will miss seeing everyone but will be thinking of you guys. She will be missed!
Only met you a couple of time you were so sweet rest in peace
My Aunt Judy, I learned from her that the judgements were mine. I am so grateful to have fostered a relationship with her over the past 20 years. She was a remarkable women, wise, kind, wicked, weird sense of humor, accepting, tough and tenacious. We shared many things in life and I will miss you, but know that you will be with me always.
Love you Mom
Inspired by you and your life of service to others .
May your legacy live on in your children and your grand children.
Love and miss you Judy! ❤ Wonderful memories of you!