OBITUARY

Steve Thompson

May 24, 1950January 9, 2013

Stephen Taylor Thompson, 62, of Midland passed away on Wednesday, January 9, 2013. He was born on May 24, 1950 in Midland to Ted T. Thompson and Opal Dee Taylor. Steve was a motorcycle enthusiast; he always had a Harley and loved riding with his friends. He was an avid gun collector and knife collector. Steve was part of the D.A.V- Disabled American Vets after being in the United States Marine Corps in 1st BN. 1st RGT. 1st MARINE DIVISION, which he received many ribbons and medals for his service. He was very proud of his military service-Semper Fi. Steve spent most of his adult life in Austin, but came home to be with his family in the last couple of years. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Ted and Dee, sister Tedda and his daughter Dawn.

Those left behind to honor and cherish his memory are his sister Judy Guelker and her husband Tony, four nieces, one nephew, several great nieces and nephews and several great-great nieces and nephews. He also leaves behind his precious furry babies K.C. and Abigail.

A memorial service has been scheduled for Saturday, January 12, 2013 at 11:00am at the Ellis Funeral Home Chapel with Brother Bob Porterfield officiating. Family request in lieu of flowers memorials may be directed to the Veterans Organization of your choice or Animal Friendly Organizations.

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, January 12, 2013
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Steve Thompson

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Mary K. Lawrence

January 21, 2013

A long time friend of Steve's family, my thoughts and love are with you Judy and the family. I am happy Steve was with there near his family these past few years.

Rex Brooks

January 14, 2013

I've known Steve for 30+ yrs.
At first, I felt like - this poor guy, to have gone through all he has and still even be able to function was a miracle to me!
But I soon learned just how amazing he really was. Not to be pitied, but to be admired for the ability to keep getting back on the horse after all the bumps in the road he'd been through.
I saw Steve through many bumps and saw him bounce back from all of them.
I will always regard Steve as a Good Soldier, a Fine American, and my Friend. Semper Fi, Steve

Cheryl Long

January 13, 2013

Steve volunteered ar Lone Star Sanctuary for Animals. We were impressed by his gentle personality and obvious love for animals and will miss him.

J.D. O'Neal

January 12, 2013

Thank you for your service, Marine.
You will be missed. Semper Fi

January 12, 2013

RIP brother

Semper Fi

Czarnecki
Central Texas

Kenny Scott

January 11, 2013

Steve was a great friend while I lived in Texas and will always be in my heart. I will truly miss his humor and kind heartedness. Miss ya buddy!

Jody Ramirez

January 11, 2013

God Bless you Steve. Ride on brother

January 11, 2013

Comport is knowing that we have another special guardian angel to watch over us. Be in peace now

FROM THE FAMILY