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Myra Hopkins

July 10, 1949September 3, 2019

Las Vegas- Myra Jacqueline "Jackie" Hopkins, 70, peacefully passed away on Tuesday, September 3, 2019 at her home.

She was born on July 10, 1949 to Merlin and Viola Russell in Idaho Falls, Idaho.

Jackie was preceded in death by the love of her life, husband Norman Waddell on February 11, 2013. She was also preceded in death by her parents; brother Joseph Russell; and sister Violet Merlene Givan.

She is survived by her daughter, Mary Crystal Davis and husband Christopher Davis; grandchildren Jasmine Burton, Alyssa Davis, Danielle Davis, Samuel Davis and Sara Davis; and sisters, Cheryl Thorpe and Raeola Russell.

She was a wonderful mother and grandmother, she will be truly missed by her family and her friends. Jackie missed her husband Norman so very much, her family is comforted by the fact that they are finally together again.

A celebration of Jackie's life will be held at a later date in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Thomasville Funeral Home is honored to serve the Hopkins and Davis families. Online condolences may be made at Thomasvillefh.com


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Robert Garnett

September 9, 2019

I worked with Jackie at the Monte Carlo, she was always fun and nice to be around. My most fondest memories of her was when we would talk about aliens, The Walking Dead, and The Game Of Thrones, we would always bounce theories off each other. God bless her soul.

Christy Robison

September 7, 2019

My family lived down the road from Jackie’s. We became friends when we were little and remained friends until we both left home at 18. We would ride her donkey when he would let us. When he didn’t want to be ridden he would put his head down and we would go flying off and I would land on top of her. One day we went over to Mabel’s to get ice cream. Some tourists were stopped there. They asked if they could take our picture on the donkey. We would also go swimming every day in the ditches and canal or the gravel ponds. One day my dad was on his way home when he saw Jackie standing in a mud puddle crying and looking for a contact that had come out. He helped her look and was surprised to find a bubble in the pond turned out to be her contact.

Debbie Davis

September 6, 2019

Jackie was a kind, sweet soul who showed love to everyone. She always had a kind word when you needed it. She will be greatly missed. Sending love and hugs and prayers.