Let the memory of Marcy be with us forever
  • 52 years old
  • Born on January 7, 1954 .
  • Passed away on September 4, 2006 .

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Marcy Lee (Owens) Thompson who was born on January 7, 1954 and passed away on September 4, 2006. We will remember her forever. Please add photos and testimonials, Marcy had MANY friends.

Fred Thompson

Posted by Kathy Kline on 13th January 2018
Looking at all the pictures again you can't help but laugh and smile all the while being sad at the same time. Miss you now but will see you again one day.
Posted by Fred Thompson on 9th January 2018
Miss you. I watched the pix scroll by and missed you more. Aunt Pat and cousin Mike just moved to the other side. Y'all should have it figured out by the time I get there.
Posted by Fred Thompson on 5th September 2017
11 years. Back to school and the Katydids always makes me think of you.
Posted by Kate Brighton on 16th February 2017
Marcy, Sorry to get this message too late for your Birthday. I think of you so often and can hear your laugh still...I loved a good laugh with you. You had such a big heart, hope you have left a little room up there for me.
Posted by Shawnee Stepp on 7th January 2017
Happy Birthday to a dear family member and friend in heaven. Think of you all the time. Like Fred said, saw you in our granddaughter Aspen and she is and looks like a Thompson.. lol Think of you every holiday also as I know Thanksgiving and Christmas was one of your favorite time of year. We sure miss you and talk about often. As being the granddkids other grandma I know you would be so proud of them. Until we meet again........ continue to shine your light down on us.. ShawNee Stepp
Posted by Fred Thompson on 9th September 2016
10 years now, saw you in our Grand Daughter Aspen the other day, pretty girl and sharp as a tack!
Posted by Fred Thompson on 7th January 2016
Until we meet again ole girl, miss you.
Posted by Fred Thompson on 4th September 2015
Sigh, miss her.
Posted by Linda Darnell on 11th January 2015
Happy Birthday to my dear friend, Marcy. There isn't a day that goes by that I don't think of you. I love you very much, I hope you know that. I miss you so much. I have a lot of memories of bunker hill days. Those were some fun times. I cherish all the time we got to spend together; you, Fred, Paul and I. I love you so very much. I will never have another friend like you.
Posted by Shawnee Stepp on 7th January 2015
2015. Happy Birthday to you as we remember you just like you are here. Your Christmas Village was set up again this year as we remember you during the holidays. As your sons mother in law, I have kept a close eye on him for you and he is a fine man. We all think of you every day and miss you as always. As always...........RIP and keep looking over us. We love you. ShawNee Stepp
Posted by Fred Thompson on 20th November 2014
Sold Marcy's little house at #1 Countryside Dr. 28792. Some mixed emotions, it never was MY house, not even our house, it was hers. I was allowed to live there. The road just got too busy and evidently NC does not require rednecks to have mufflers on their pickups or booze scooters. Marcy may have been willing to let it go, after all she followed me to Bunker Hill, Racine, and then to NC...she must have loved me.
Posted by Fred Thompson on 15th September 2014
https://www.facebook.com/theManKindProject/photos/a.332736768627.187863.95845568627/10152138553458628/?type=1 Yep, still tears.
Posted by Garnet Varian on 7th January 2014
Happy Birthday Marcy ! :)
Posted by Spring Dungan on 7th January 2014
I know how much Jake and Jazzy miss Grandma- Marcy was a tough but tender lady. I enjoyed seeing her creative side thru plays. She was a good mom to Karyn- tough but tender. Miss Marcy- you are missed!!
Posted by Ruth Ellis on 7th January 2014
Marcy was a friend to everyone who came into contact with her, Mommy has a picture of Marcy doing one of her Infamous poses she so often did and yes theres a smile as big as Texas on her face, She is Missed greatly and even tho we dont understand the why of all this, I know when she went home that Heaven got a Special Angel Back home...Marcy You are still Loved and Missed by all whos Life you touch Someday we will all gather round and see you again...
Posted by Shawnee Stepp on 7th January 2014
Happy Birthday Marcy/ Still missing you and thinking of you every day. I still put up the Christmas village that you owned that Fred gave me/ Its up every year in memory of you/
Posted by Linda Darnell on 22nd November 2013
Marcy, I miss you so very much. I think of you every day. I remember all the times on Bunker Hill and laugh out loud at some of the things we did. I am so very lucky to have had you in my life. You were a very good friend. Miss you dearly. I cherish all the memories. love you.
Posted by Fred Thompson on 4th September 2013
Marcy always said the call of the jar flys depressed her because it meant the end of Summer and the start of school. I go on in this life, loving and laughing but depressed at times. Birthdays, holidays, anniversaries etc.. I take a breath and know she is with us.
Posted by Fred Thompson on 7th January 2013
She would be 59 today. A month older than me. Up until her age of 40 she allowed me to call her (lovingly) my "Old Lady", "Cradle Robber". "Cougar" etc. and other age references. She would curl her lips and do a funny old lady gravely voice routine and "wanna kiissh me". At 40 it was't funny anymore. I suspect it would have become funny again sometime....maybe about this time.
Posted by Cynthia Snyder on 30th November 2012
Although I hadn't known Marcy long, she was a bright spot in my life. I met the family through a local theater company. My late husband and granddaughter performed and we came to know Marcy, Fred and kids there......I agree her smile and sense of humor were always bright and full of fun......I saw Fred today and he told me of this beautiful site.....Later Marcy....
Posted by Darlene Cauthen on 5th September 2012
As I will never have another New Year's Eve without thinking of Marcy and all the ones we shared together, I will also never have another Labor Day without thinking of her. I still miss her friendship and laughter. That's what I think of when I remember her. Her laugh. Her smile. The mischievious twinkle in her eye. Miss you. Love you. NEVER forget you !
Posted by Fred Thompson on 4th September 2012
Another year without her. A special melancholy (pensive reflection) this time of year. While I have remarried I still have pangs of mourning. I know Marcy approves of Andrea, she has not visited me like she has in the past with a word of wisdom (dumbass!). We will meet on the other side and have a good laugh....many good laughs.
Posted by Darlene Cauthen on 26th January 2012
So many times I have wanted to pick up the phone and talk to Marcy. She was a good friend and a good listener. I always walked away from a visit with her with a smile and a warm feeling. She was fun and caring. I will never have another New Year's Eve without thinking of her and all the New Years Eve parties we enjoyed together. Miss you Marcy. We will meet again one day.
Posted by Susie Karr on 7th January 2012
Happy Birthday Marcy, you were a special friend who will never be forgotten.
Posted by Fred Thompson on 1st September 2011
Beyond this vail of tears there is a life above, Unmeasured by the flight of years; And all that life is love. James Montgomery till we meet again Marcy Fred
Posted by Susie Karr on 27th April 2011
Marcy and I had so much fun in high school from skipping study halls to visit the downtown dairy valley. They said you couldn't escape from Meigs High School but Marcy and I managed to do it several times!!lol She was a very special friend.
Posted by Kate Brighton on 26th April 2011
This is a beautiful site to honor a true friend. What I wouldn’t give to hear her crackle of a laugh blanched by that Marcy wiry sense of humor! She even made me laugh at my dad’s funeral, now that’s true talent! Marcy you are missed dear friend.
Posted by Kathy Kline on 9th April 2011
Marcy was your friend before you even met her. She had that knack of making you feel welcome and at home, like you had known each other forever, from the first moment she met you. I will always be grateful she was a part of my life and remember her

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