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Wilma L. Thompson

Salisbury – Wilma L. Thompson, 97, of here passed away on Wednesday, June 22, 2022 at Harrison House in Snow Hill, MD.

Born in Morgantown, WV on November 26, 1924, she was the daughter of the late Lige B and Ella (Jeffries) Nicholas. She was a member of the Church of the Latter- Day Saints in Morgantown, WV. Wilma was a store manager at the Green Stamp Store in Salisbury, MD and later worked for many years at Food Lion in Princess Anne, MD.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband Francis Thompson and daughter, Patricia Thompson.

Wilma is survived by her children, Barbara Malone and her husband Buddy of Allen, MD, Frances Ray and her husband Glenn, of Largo, FL, and Mary Miller of Salisbury, MD, partner Jim Finkle of Salisbury, MD, grandchildren Joseph Bailey (Tarin), Robert Bailey, Debbie Fields (Mike), Sean Ray (Jessica), Eric Thompson (Gina), and Chris Demone (Erin), Danielle Hayward ( Mike),  14 great-grandchildren, 8 great-great-grandchildren, Sister Nellie Phillips and her husband Harold of Morenci, MI, and several nieces and nephews.

A funeral service will be held at 1:00 P.M. on Monday, June 27, 2022 at Hinman Funeral Home, P.A. in Princess Anne, MD where friends may call one hour prior to the service. Family friend Rebecca McElhone will officiate. Interment will follow in Allen Cemetery.

6 comments to Wilma L. Thompson

  • Fran Ray do

    Our family chain is broken, but will link again someday. Mom you will be missed beyond measure, will love you forever.

  • Ashley Thompson

    You were cherished and loved by so many. Your kindness and generosity was non comparable. The love you had for your family was like no other. Thank you for the many memories that will go on forever. May you rest easy beautiful. I love you!

  • Eric Thompson

    You and grandpa gave me the best childhood any kid could ask for. You raised me since birth and and I was always proud to be called your son. I will miss all of our adventures. Our trips to point Marion, going to secondhand stores, taking you to Food Lion, watching you throw the keys down to Lilly, always calling to ask how Michael is doing, watching you play with Carter and Elise, wondering if Christopher is safe and smile and every time Ashley came to stay, knowing how happy you were that Gina and I would carry your legacy and share it with everyone. Most of all I will miss being able to call you and our long talks about your life experiences. We will always love you and grandpa and miss you every day. I know it in my heart and I believe it 100% that you two are together right now catching up on everything that has happened since grandpa passed away.

  • To Debbie and all the family of Wilma(whom I call Grandma)my condolences to you all. This is very hard and she will truly be missed. You are not alone at this difficult time. May God’s love bring you comfort and peace. Just keep the memories you have and she will always be with you. Praying for Love,Comfort and Peace.

  • Karen Hunter

    Mom T, it was my honor to know you for 50 years. You and Dad were the finest and kindest people on this earth. I will miss all your posts on Facebook reminiscing about your past. You knew exactly how to put things in perspective, with the wisdom only age can bring. Your family will miss you immensely, as will I. My fondest memory of you is from one of our visits to your home in Allen when you graced us with your yodeling and clogging prowess. I will cherish it always. Now I will look to the heavens to find you, where you dwell with all our loved ones, in the kingdom of the Lord. I love you Mom.

  • Michele Nicholas Sheehy

    Rest Easy Aunt Wilma. So glad I was able to meet you [in person when I did] and keep in touch through the years. I will miss our conversations. Until we meet again. Love You, Michele

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