Dale Eugene Thompson

May 21, 1918March 9, 2014

Dale Eugene Thompson 95, Passed March 9, 2014. He was born May 21, 1918 in Highland Ridge Lowell, Ohio. He is survived by his wife of 65 years, Arlene Thompson, son Gene (Bianca), and daughter Cheryl (Don) Daniel; 4 grandchildren, Mike LeClare (Nicole), Katie (Nick) Stager, Paulie Daniel, and Melanie Thompson; 3 great grandchildren, Molly & Elijah Leclare and Zoey Stager. Dale worked at Hughes Aircraft and was the owner and watchmaker of Thompson Jewelers. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to TMC Hospice or your favorite charity. Memorial services to be held on Sat. March 15, 1 P.M. at Christ Presbyterian Church 6565 E. Broadway.


  • Memorial Service Saturday, March 15, 2014

Dale Eugene Thompson

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Peter DeLuca

April 25, 2014

I did not know Dale long but so much enjoyed our visits together at his home. He was a wonderful spirit and will be greatly missed. I also have to say it was so inspiring to see the Loving relationship he had with Arlene and his daughter Cheryl. What a beautiful family.

Jody Kensicki

March 20, 2014

Growing up with Cheryl and growing up with her Dad, a wonderful experience. Will never forget water skiing and red cake. I will miss you. Peace! Love Jody

March 14, 2014

My Best Friend, My Mentor, My Neighbor. You are the best. The neighborhood will never be the same.
I love you!

Cheryl Daniel

March 14, 2014

Your love and kindness has taught me very valuable lessons in life. I will miss you terribly. Rest in peace dad.
Love you

Renee Crawley

March 13, 2014

I grew up with Cheryl at church, so I feel like I've know Dale my whole life, and I will miss him a great deal. I am sure he's in heaven with my dad, telling jokes and having fun.

Dee Rickgauer

March 13, 2014

All of us ladies from Alpha Beta Master
will miss Dale for his friendliness.
Also I will miss his jokes and humor
when picking Arlene up for meetings. He
will be greatly missed. Wonderful man.

Cathy Wagner Grosvenor

March 13, 2014

What a shock to hear of cousin Dale's passing. I greatly enjoyed corresponding with him through email. He was always happy to hear from me and his emails were also sure to bring a smile. I will miss hearing from him. My dad, Walter Gerald Wagner always spoke fondly of Dale. Cathy Wagner Grosvenor in Pennsylvania

Nathan Snell

March 12, 2014

Even in our very brief time together I want you to know what a lasting impression you've made on me. I was fortunate enough to listen to you talk about your life's work and passion. That is something that will stay with me always. I am a little envious of the people that have known you their whole lives. You will be greatly missed... but your memory will live on in all of the people who's lives you have touched. Mine included. It was an honor to meet you Papa

Paulie daniel

March 12, 2014

I LovE You

Paulie Daniel

March 12, 2014

I Will Miss You Everyday papa