OBITUARY

Jill Morgan Thompson

June 30, 1959March 14, 2014
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Jill was born to Janice M. Pitney (Thompson) and John Rinard Thompson in Oklahoma City. In 1970 the family moved to Atlanta, GA where Jill graduated from North Springs High School in Atlanta. Shortly thereafter, Jill returned to Oklahoma to care for her ailing father and attend East Central University in Ada. Jill remained a life-long resident of Oklahoma City where she will be remembered by many for her kindness and caring, love of family, animals and love of a good book. Jill is survived by sons James Selman, Jr, and John Jameson, granddaughter Aubrey, mother Janice M. Pitney, brother John R. Thompson, II and sister-in-law Tsinena Thompson, cousins David and Mignon Plyler of Sherman, TX, Mark and Kimberly Floyd of Bells, TX, Matt Thompson and Charles Thompson and Christopher Gillam of Oklahoma City, Lynn Ann Hines of Marysville, TN, Aunt Cynthia and Francis Karam of Sherman, TX, Aunt Betty Gillam of Ardmore and her dear friend Vernon Lawson of Oklahoma City. A memorial service will be held on Tuesday, March 18, 2014 at 2:00pm at Hahn-Cook/Street & Draper, 6600 N. Broadway Extension. Arrangements under the direction of Hahn-Cook/Street & Draper Funeral Directors, Oklahoma City, OK.

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  • Memorial Service Tuesday, March 18, 2014
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Cindy Sullivan

March 19, 2014

Jill was my partner in crime for around 10 years as we raised our children. We team-taught Sunday school and were permanent fixtures at the Blazers' hockey games. Jill was such a kind soul. There wasn't a toddler or baby that didn't end up in her lap if they sat near us at hockey games. Kids and dogs loved her and she loved them. Although we only saw each other once in a while these past few years, I knew if I ever needed her all I had to do was shout and she'd be there in a hurry without question. Rest in Peace my dear friend.

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