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D'Elia Funeral Home

Route 70 & Vermont Avenue, Lakewood, NJ

OBITUARY

Mary Thompson

Passed away on September 10, 2019

Mary Thompson, age 90, of the Leisure Village East section of Lakewood, NJ, passed away on Tuesday September 10, 2019 at the Ocean Medical Center in Brick, NJ.

Mary was born in Norwood, Massachusetts on May 26, 1929 as the daughter to Bartly and Mary Clancy.

Wife of the late Dennis Tracy and the late Joseph Thompson, and mother of the late, Alice Verost and Joanne Tracy-Zenker, she is survived by a sister, Barbara Bobbi Kluko; four grandchildren, Sean Verost, Michael Verost, Meghan Tracy-Wolter, and Shane Zenker; six great-grandchildren, Nicholas, Aliyah, Michael, Mikayla, Ronan, and Clover; a son-in-law, John Mordwa; and several other relatives.

Services will be conducted privately and at the convenience of the family. She will be laid to rest in the St. Mary of the Lake Cemetery in Lakewood, NJ.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.DEliaFuneralHome.com for the Thompson family.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society by visiting www.cancer.org

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Benjamin Wolter

September 19, 2019

Dearest Mary,
You have been such a wonderful part of our lives. You were always such a strong, smart, funny lady. You always had some smart remark and always kept me giggling. Rest peacefully knowing that you are leaving behind a long list of people who adore you. I'll do my best to take good care of your grand daughter and grandchildren. "You gotta eat a pound of dirt before you die" M.T.
We'll all be together again soon.
Love, Wade.

David Wolter

September 18, 2019

Much love and sympathy to Meggie, Shane and remaining family. Sorry for your loss, Mary will greatly missed. 😢♥️

Sean Verost

September 15, 2019

Grandma & Grandpa on their honeymoon

Sean Verost

September 15, 2019

I don't know what to even say. I love & miss you so much. I guess I want to start out by saying THANK YOU, I lost mom so young and I was lost. You made me see that LIFE, will not always be the way we want it to be. You forced me to stand up & find a way to move on. You have been my advisor & strength for over 20years. I just hope that I can continue to make you proud of me. Recently, I just realized what an influence you had on me, we share so many similarities. You are a Graceful woman, who showed me so much, LOVE. This picture I'm sharing is one of the first times I was able to smile after mom passed away & one of my favorites with you.

Shane Zenker

September 13, 2019

I love you Grandma! You were always there for us growing up and into our young adulthood, whenever we needed you, and you were there when we needed you most as adults now. Your legacy is secure in the faces of your grand-children and great grand children!
I'll always remember going to Mount Rushmore and the Dino park outside! The world is a little less bright now, but we take solace in knowing you will always be there watching over us!

Jessica Ramos

September 12, 2019

Jessica Ramos-Verost

September 12, 2019

Jessica Ramos

September 12, 2019

Jessica Ramos-Verost

September 12, 2019

Jessica Ramos

September 12, 2019

FROM THE FAMILY