Aggie Ray Thompson

February 22, 1956June 11, 2014
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Agnes “Aggie” Ray Thompson left us on June 11, 2014. She is reunited with her daughter Laura Irene Thompson. We will miss you Aggie-you gave and gave in so many ways. There are many left behind that will forever cherish the memories and love shared.

Our Aggie was born on February 22, 1956, and is pre-deceased by her beloved daughter Laura Irene Thompson, her mother and father Lillie and Truman Ray, her sister, Ella Mae McDaniel, and her Aunt Ann Williamson. She joins them in the grace of glory.

She is survived by her mother Irene Boyko, Aaron, Christie, and Sarah Allison, Michael, Holly, Catherine, and Evan McDaniel, Wallace Ray, and Doyle Ray; survived by a great many of family, friends and a blessed calling of on-earth Angels who will cherish her memory for their lifetimes.

Aggie acted in life by giving aid in education and youth sport scholarship, church youth group support, donation facilitation for under privileged and abused children, counseling for families, and teaching young adults about the consequences of choices.

Aggie, you left a legacy of how to be a caring, loving human being. And, life lessons to be kind, and contribute to those in need. All topped neatly with a sense of humor. You left a stamp on our hearts with grace, humor, and love. We will miss you.

Memorial services will be held at the First United Methodist Church of Pflugerville, 500 E Pecan St, Pflugerville, TX 78660 on Friday, June 20, 2014 at 10:00am. Our family gives personal thanks to Patrick Linstrom for arranging and officiating memorial services and our many blessings to him and his family .

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Sherry Cantrell

June 29, 2014

Sorry for your loss. We could not attend. Monroe, Effie and Rosie Cantrell did attend Agnes' daughter's funeral years ago. Agnes obit will go into my family history records. from Sherry Cantrell, PO Box 978, Sabinal, TX 78881

Becky Shutack

June 24, 2014

I worked with Aggie at Williams Insulation in the 90's. She was always so bubbly and kind! Reunited with her daughter, I know she is smiling! May she RIP!

Penny Banks

June 20, 2014

I attended school with Agnes.she always had a smile on her face and was fun to be around. Rest in peace Agnes.

Gene and Kaye Painter

June 19, 2014

We know the family is grieving but Gene and I believe that Agnes is rejoicing with being reunited with her angels.
RIP...Dear one....

Gene and Kaye Painter

June 18, 2014

Aggie we have been known each other for 50+ years. But it wasn't until we were faced with the tragic loss of Laura that we became really close friends. We had our fun the midnight trips to Wal-Mart to purchase things for Operation Christmas Child, our crazy phase when we purchase every new Beanie Baby that came out and our trip to Canton where we could not get enough of Aunt Alta's tamales. You have been an inspiration to me and my family and we will be forever greatful, I wish my grandchildren had as much time with you. You will be missed more than you know.

June 18, 2014

Temple Brethren Church extends our prayers for your comfort upon the loss of Aggie. The church secretary and Elders that communicated with her had always had such good experiences with her and will truly miss those phone calls.

June 16, 2014

To the family of Aggie.
I never physically saw Aggie, but our Spirits met. What an awesome woman of God. She was loving, kind, and compassionate, only to name a few. I always had great conversations with
her as we talked about the Lord. She said, I don't know you, but you are my Sister in Christ. I thank God for allowing her to cross my path, as she was instrumental in helping our church with insurance. I will miss her terribly, but to be absent from the body is to be in the presence of the Lord. I loved her dearly, but God loved her best!

Juanita Thornton
Pleasant Olive MBC, Waco, Texas

June 16, 2014

To the family of Aggie Thompson:
It is with deep sorrow that I write to you for your loss. But on the other hand, Aggie's prayers have been answered. She is in a better place that we all long to be. We never know when our last time on this earth will be; so it is a good thing to make preparation for our new home. Aggie had this well in hand. She and I often talked about the goodness of God. Aggie was so comforting to talk to; either by emails or over the phone. She made me feel as if we were Brother and Sister.
Aggie was so beneficial to the Mt. Zion Baptist Church of Thorndale. During the last four years, we bonded (professionally and personally) and grew in God's Grace. Ray and Aggie both worked so diligently to secure better rates and support for our new sanctuary. Just the other day we met and discussed different strategies in assisting with our new sanctuary. Aggie was supposed to meet me at the church last Saturday to get some measurements on the unfinished parts of the sanctuary, but never showed. I figured she got busy and postponed it until another day.
I learned a long time ago, “To live in the hearts of those you leave behind is not to die!” Aggie will always be with us in our hearts.
May God continue His Blessings upon each of you.

Pastor Larry Caldwell
Mt. Zion Baptist Church
Thorndale, TX 76577

Kay Getrost

June 16, 2014

I never physically met Aggie, however we bonded from our very first conversation! It started off on a professional level, and then grew into a great friendship! That's just the way Aggie was! We had so much in common and shared many things; some hard things and lots of great things, but, through it all, praising God that He is one of strength, wisdom and PROMISE! Although I hadn't met her, I felt I knew her, and loved her. I will miss her and I too look forward to seeing you in the Kingdom one day! To God be the Glory! Kay Getrost

June 16, 2014

Aggie worked for the insurance company who covered our church. I truly loved the times when I had to call the company and knowing Aggie would be the one I was to speak with. She was always pleasant and while we did have a business-contact relationship, she made it personable. She knew the names of our leadership, she remembered us by name, and she was always very easy and pleasant to do business with. I am truly saddened and shocked by Aggie's death. We, at the offices at Southside Church of Christ in Killeen will truly miss Aggie.