OBITUARY

Alfred Thompson

December 8, 1933December 1, 2018

Alfred Thompson was born on December 8, 1933 and passed away on December 1, 2018.

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Alfred Thompson

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Shane Wong

December 17, 2018

"THANK YOU"
I would first like to say on behalf of me, my wife and the kids we would like to give our deepest condolences to aunt Barbra,Susan, Karen,Carl,Raymond and the rest of the family.
As far back as I remember I was always told to behave around uncle Freddie because he's very strict and he doesn't tolerate rude pickney (kids) lol.. so hence I was always on my best behavior around him. However, after you crack his tough armor he was an amazing.. soft kind hearted loving soul that a person could ever meet. I love all my aunts & uncles equally however the bond I had with him was paramount. From the 1980's when I spent time at his house and played soccer with Karl in yard he would come home dead tired from work and take us for burgers and icecream or sometimes cook nonetheless always treating me like a son. Around 1990 Uncle Fred moved back to UK and then Happily returned around the year 2000 with Aunt B that he loved so dearly. A couple of years later most of the family moved up north leaving just us in south Miami. In turn This led us to bond even stronger as the years went on we would spend many days sharing stories not only as family but now as great friends. I have hundreds of friends "says Facebook " lol 🤔however when I built the addition the only person there to help me day in and day out was Uncle Fred ..whom at the time had a painful trapped nerve in his back but out of sheer love for me showed up everyday like clockwork! These are the little things I'll never forget!!!
In life they say the most valuable thing you can give someone.. is your time ..in which he gave willingly to not only me but everyone who needed him ..that was just the man he was. Therefore, I would like to say thank you for the fishing trips, thank-you for the domino games, thank you for the tennis matches ,the great conversations and the help in raising my first child, always being an authentic friend, a mentor, an amazing uncle, a second dad & mostly Ty for your valuable time❤️

Jamesevely Thompson

December 15, 2018

Uncle Fred or grandpa Fred.. I may not talk now, but your warm embrace was felt. I wish I grew faster to know you more. I love you and miss you and I know that my granddad even though I did not meet him on Earth I have seen.. He is happy that you were there with me. We are family and one blood. So I know God sent an Angel down for you:

“See, I am sending an angel ahead of you to guard you along the way and to bring you to the place I have prepared.” -Exodus 23:20


God bless you uncle Fred

Zulayme Getnandez

December 15, 2018

Uncle Fred was one of a kind guy.. He was a loving person that always gave. He is well missed. He always found a way to make your laugh. Even as he began to go through his battle he never stopped smiling. Today, is a hard day for everyone more specifically his kids and Barbara.. We alll grieve, but know this he is with his number one partner in the sky above James and Freddy back again.. We all will pass it’s family that we must spend time with me.. Time is not promised. Uncle Fred was blessed with great children, wife, brothers, sisters, and cousins. Keep smiling Fred we know your always here

Debbie Hoo-Seow

December 15, 2018

Uncle Freddie, thank you for making me smile. I will miss you everyday until we meet again in heaven. I’ll keep the memories of you in my heart always. RIP my uncle🙏🏼❤️

Juliene Wong

December 15, 2018

Your sister Julie, you know we’ve come along way you are a friend a brother a father . Well Fred it is time to say goodbye. I know you are with mom, dad, your brothers and Winston . You will always be remembered . God bless your soul. Rest In Peace 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻❤️ This is from teacher Juliene that’s the name you gave me 🌹🧢

Wayne Ciring

December 15, 2018

What can I say about a man who has meant so much to me and to everyone else. I will always remember the laughs Uncle Fred I love you and I will see you soon

Margaret Greci

December 15, 2018

Uncle Fred you will always be in my heart and memories. You where the best uncle ever and a great person . Miss you every day 💔RIP uncle Fred 💔

Susan Thompson

December 11, 2018

My dad, Freddie, I am always going to miss you. You taught me how to be a lady, you showed me how to let things go that were not worth the bother, how to just forget and move on, you taught me how to be the bigger person. You taught me how to laugh at myself and laugh with others. My kids are who they are today because of you and mum, you both complimented each other and I was blessed to be part of our family. I promised I would take care of Raymond, Karen and Karl while you closed your eyes and took your last breath. You were a man of your word and that’s who I am. You taught me how to love dad you was my first love. Who’s toes will I dance on, the memories I have will last forever. Christmas won’t be the same anymore now your gone and not sitting beside me at the card table laughing at something stupid that was said. I’ll always miss you dad. The best dad I know, the best laughs I had, the best heart I’ll cherish!

Keith Richards

December 10, 2018

Although its difficult today to see beyond the sorrow, may looking back in memory help comfort us all.
Fred you were like a father figure to me for many years, we had so many great times together.

I will always miss you, always in my heart... Keith.

Jason Thompson

December 6, 2018

Uncle Fred always had a smile on his face.. Was a big time joker.. Probably the most recent memory of him was him responding to Barbara question. Fred are gonna help me? Fred responded no. Barbara said why? Fred responded your a grown woman. The crazy part about this is that he just had brain surgery and his mind was as sharp as ever..

Another memory was his way of never losing at dominoes you could be up 5 to 3 Fred responds it’s 4 all.. lol.. If you didn’t remember the count he would get you.. Love you uncle Fred. The picture here is on Aug 11th his last time in the beach.. We had a good time.. Glad we could take out of the house for a road trip to hang with some of his sisters