Thompson, Virginia ("Dolly") May (Clark) (1942 - 2022)
THOMPSON, CLARK, EPPERLY, CLINKENBEARD, METHVIN, BERENS, SYMKO, KONFRST, JENSEN, FRANCIS, WAGNER, HEYDORN, EVANS, WEBBER, BEASLEY, WOODARD, FRANTZ
Posted By: Denise Wurner (email)
Date: 5/6/2022 at 19:25:03
Name of deceased: Virginia (“Dolly”) May Thompson (nee Clark)
Aged: 79 yrs, 8 mo, 29 days
Residence: Denison, Crawford County, IA
Born: July 17, 1942; on a flat boat on the Missouri River near Bellevue, Sarpy County, NE
Died: April 16, 2022; Denison, Crawford County, IA
Funeral services: Saturday, April 23, 2022; Logan Christian Church, Logan, IA
Survived by: Daughters, Doreen (spouse, Mark) Epperly of Marquette, NE and their daughter, Jasmine, and Evonne (spouse, Jim) Clinkenbeard of Denison, IA and their children, Rae and Bryce; daughter-in-law, Rose Thompson of Logan, IA and her children, Nathenial, Matthew (spouse, Michelle), Samuel and Stephanie; 4 great-grandchildren; step-grandson, Russ Methvin and his daughter, Phoebe; brothers, Gene Clark of Bellevue, NE and Ron (spouse, Terri) Clark of TX; sisters-in-law, Judy Clark of Omaha, NE Priscilla Thompson of MO, Carolyn Thompson of GA and Marilyn Berens of Dunlap, IA; other family members and friends
Predeceased by: Parents, Earl and Marie (nee Symko) Clark; husband, Bernard (deceased 1989); son, Keith; step-granddaughter, Jessie Methvin; sisters and their spouses, Agnes 'Cute' (spouse, Frank) Konfrst, Eva 'Curly' (2 spouses, Jens Jensen & Doc Francis), Helen (spouse, Arnold) Wagner and Bernice 'Corky' (spouse, Carl 'Smokey') Heydorn; brothers, Tex, Bill and Fred; brothers-in-law, Dean (spouse, Eva) Thompson, Gean Thompson, Bruce Thompson and Allen Berens; sisters-in-law, Bernice and 2 spouses, Fred Evans and Morris Webber, Fern (spouse, Bill) Beasley, Mae Woodard and Carol Frantz
Education: Married at 16 and acquired her GED when she was almost 30
Religious affiliation: Christian
Military service: n/a
Marriage: Bernard Thompson; date and location not provided
Employment: Farmers wife; later, she worked at CDC in Harlan, IA. After her husband’s death, she became a home health aide.
Hobbies/Interests: camping; fishing; Bernard was an avid coon hunter and Dolly spent time going with him on his hunts; also engaged in many 4-H activities and church needs in the kitchen and in the nursery; she spent many years sewing and taught the girls how to sew and bake. As her children got older, Dolly spent many years working at the Harrison County Historical Museum giving tours.
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