Mary Margaret Thompson

October 21, 1955February 21, 2021

Mary Margaret Thompson passed away peacefully on Sunday morning, February 21, 2021, surrounded by her loving family at her home in Conroe, Texas. Mary Margaret was born on October 21, 1955 to Floyd Emerson Love and Joyce Wagers Love. She attended schools in Houston and Conroe, graduating in 1973 from Conroe High School, where she was a Golden Girl. Mary Margaret received her bachelor’s degree from Texas Christian University and her teaching certificate from Sam Houston State University. She taught English at McCullough High School for several years. Mary Margaret was a loving wife to Bill and a loving mother to Anne-Marie and Will. In later years, she welcomed the arrival of her grandson Emmett, who brought her great joy. Mary Margaret was a strong Christian and served her Lord in many ways, including teaching at First Baptist Academy in Conroe, where she had a positive impact on countless students during her 25 years of teaching. Mary Margaret was an avid reader and served in the church library at First Baptist. She enjoyed participating in the greeting ministry and in the Ladies Friendship Organization. Mary Margaret loved music, and was active in the Friends of the Conroe Symphony and Young Texas Artists, and assisted at First Baptist with children’s choirs and with the handbell choir. She was also a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She loved to explore new places, and over the years traveled to various countries in Europe, Africa, and Asia, and to many destinations in North America. Mary Margaret will be remembered by her friends and family for her kindness, compassion, and gentle spirit. Mary Margaret was preceded in death by her father, Floyd Emerson Love; stepfather, Glenn Emmett Musselman II; and grandmother, Lois Thompson. She is survived by her husband William B. Thompson, Jr.; daughter Anne-Marie Friedman and husband Nick of Syracuse, NY; son William B. Thompson III and wife Chelsea of Hitchcock, Texas; grandson Emmett Howard Friedman of Syracuse, NY; mother, Joyce Musselman of Conroe, Texas; and brother Dan Love and wife Robbie of Willis, Texas.

A celebration of life service will be held on Wednesday February 24, 2021 at 10 am at First Baptist Church Conroe. Visitation will be from 9 am to 10 am. Interment will follow in Garden Park Cemetery in Conroe

Memorial gifts may be made to First Baptist Church of Conroe.


  • Lois Thompson, Grandmother (deceased)
  • Floyd Emerson Love, Father (deceased)
  • Joyce Musselman, Mother
  • Glenn Emmett Musselman, II, Step-father (deceased)
  • William B. Thompson, Jr., Husband
  • Anne-Marie Friedman and husband Nick, Daughter
  • William B. Thompson, III and wife Chelsea, Son
  • Emmett Howard Friedman, Grandson
  • Dan Love and wife Robbie, Brother
  • Numerous other family members and a host of loving friends are also left to cherish her memory.

  • Kevin Barton
  • Byron Cutbirth
  • Jim Duhon
  • Mark Giles
  • Bob Rabuck
  • Bill Scarborough
  • Will Thompson
  • Larry Lamb


  • Visitation

    Wednesday, February 24, 2021

  • Celebration of Life

    Wednesday, February 24, 2021


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Colleen & Jim Duhon & Family

February 23, 2021

I cannot put 51 years of cherished memories into this space. Mary and a few other CHS classmates were my first friends to Conroe in 1970. Mary has been in every aspect of my life and I will miss her more than words can convey. She was kind, loving, considerate, compassionate but even more than those traits that made her unique was her never waving faith in Jesus which she shared in every part of her being. To us, she was like a sister and an aunt God blessed us with and a faithful prayer warrior. To give me peace and comfort, in my mind, I picture her seeing Jesus as she left this life, running to Him with open arms and next greeting all the saints with that same smile and love she gave us on earth. "We will see you later sis".

Glenn and Trina Withrow

February 21, 2021

We will always remember Mary Margaret’s kindness and her beautiful smile. She was one of the sweetest people we knew. We have fond memories of sitting behind her and her mother on Sunday mornings in the balcony. She will be missed by all who knew and love her.