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Harold M. Thompson

Harold M. Thompson

Harold M. Thompson, 82, died Sunday. Sept. 21,1997 at McKay-Dee Hospital of an aneurysm.

Harold was born March 2, 1915 in Trenton, Utah, the son or Merwin and Martha Hansen Thompson.

He attended school in Plain City and graduated from Weber High School. He lived in Plain City until his marriage to Elda Skeen on August 26, 1933; then moved to Warren (Blossom) where he resided until his death. They were sealed in the Salt Lake Temple in 1934. His wife preceded him in death March 15,1997. Harold was an active member of the LDS Church serving in various ward and stake callings including bishop, stake president, patriarch, and home teacher. At the time of his death he was serving as chairman of the Scout Commitee.

Harold was a farmer, owner of Blossom Angus Farm, director of Federal Land Bank of Berkely, manager of Federal Land Bank Association of Salt Lake, retiring in 1980.

He was active in civic and farm organizations, Farm Bureau. local and state, president of Weber County Sugar Beet Growers, director of Utah State Beet Growers and Weber County Planning Commission.

Surviving are three dauahters and four sons Jeanine (Gerald) Farr, West Weber; Carolyn [Gary) Hales of Warren; Mary (Runar) Anderson of Loaan, Paul (Carolyn) Thompson of Ogden, Fred (Helen) Thompson of Roy; Layne (Marilynj Thompson of Crystal Lake, IL, and Vearl (Michelle) Thompson of Motley. MN: 36 grandchildren and 40 great-Grandchildren. Also surviving are brother, Norman (Wanda) Thompson, San Dieqo. CA; and sister, LauRene (Don) Bushwell of North Ogden. He was preceded in death by a sister Evelyn (Harry) Weening.

Funeral services will be Thursday. September 25, at 11 a.m. in the Warren LDS Chapel. 856 No. 5900 West. Friends may call at Lindquists Ogden Mortuary 3408 Washlngton Blvd., Wednesday evenlng from 6 to 4 p.m. and Thursday morning at the ward chapel 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. internment will be in the Warren/West Warren Cemetery.

Those who desire may make donations to the Harold M. Thompson Scholarship Fund, at Weber State University.

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