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Debbie Lynn Thompson

img068Miss Debbie Lynn Thompson age 55 of Lebanon died March 15, 2016, at Lebanon Health and Rehab.  She was a 1978 graduate of Lebanon High School.  She was preceded in death by her father, Louis Hight Thompson.

Survived by mother, Ruby Jones Thompson; brother, Mark Allen Thompson; aunts:  Sadie (Raymond) Lanius, Betty (Charles) Cato, Linda Morris, Joy Ragland; uncle, Sam (Dena) Jones.

Graveside services will be held Thursday 11 a.m. at Wilson County Memorial Gardens with Bro. John Johnson officiating.  Visitation Wednesday 3-7 p.m. at Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home.

Messages for the Family

  1. Mickie Clemmons Kiefer says:
    Will miss seeing Debbie on her bike when I visit my mom. She always had a smile on her face
  2. Faye Lankford Agee says:
    Debbie was a very special person; always smiling and was always ready for a conversation. She will be missed by so many people. So very sorry for your loss………..
  3. Joan Bertino Johnson says:
    Hearing about Debbie’s passing has left me emotional and thinking of the past. I remember all our visits to Tennessee as kids and Debbie always being so excited to see all of us. I also have fond memories of vacationing in Gatlinburg and Florida. Debbie, Mark, Becky and I would ride the attractions together and we had a lot of fun! Debbie cared about everyone and always had a smile and a hug! I will miss her very much. I wish I could have made it down to see her. She was a very precious person. I believe she is in heaven now and God is getting to enjoy her company everyday!! My prayers will be for Aunt Ruby and Mark in the days ahead. I love you and wish I could be there for you as you go through this incredibly difficult time of loss! The comfort of knowing she isn’t suffering anymore is the blessing in all of this. Love always, Joan Bertino Johnson
  4. Elizabeth Rhoton says:
    Thank you for your help and support and I going to miss my little sister’s and cousin and still praying for me and my family!
  5. Elizabeth Rhoton says:
    Please let me know what you think about this special person who mean to you
  6. Becky Bertino Woltring says:
    Dear Aunt Ruby and Mark,
    My thoughts and prayers continue to be with you during this most difficult time. As the ‘quiet’ falls onto the rooms in your home, as your mind wanders to Spring and what she would have been wanting to do, please know that you will be in my thoughts and prayers. She will continue to be in my heart and lots of Fun memories… God has called one of His angels home….. and we will miss her!
    I love you both!