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Obituary

Therese A. (“Terri”) Campbell Thompson

Therese A. (“Terri”) Campbell Thompson of Bristol Borough was born into eternal life on August 24, at the age of 92. Waiting to greet her at heaven’s gates will be her husband, James I. (“Bobo”) Thompson, her son-in-law, Joseph Murray, Sr., her parents, Furman and Annamae Campbell and her 6 siblings, Furman, Jr., Frank, Judy, Russell, Paul, and Eileen.

After raising her children, Terri taught for 17 years at Holy Trinity School in Morrisville, PA. Upon her retirement, she was a substitute teacher at various local Catholic schools.

She leaves behind to cherish her memories her 4 children, Frank I. Thompson and his wife, Brenda, of Dagsboro, DE, James F. Thompson of Philadelphia, Marianne “Mattie” Thompson Murray of Bristol, and Elizabeth Matejik of Fairless Hills. She was blessed with 4 granddaughters, Mariah Thompson Vink and her husband Nathan, Meredith Thompson Becht and her husband Michael, Lynette Matejik Alexander and her husband, Thomas, and Jamie Matejik Klejna and her husband, Michael. Doubly blessed with 8 great grandchildren, Gavin, Colin, and Nolan Vink, Keira Becht, Michael, Gianna, and Mason Klejna and baby girl, Adalyn Therese Alexander, due in December.
Therese, who was born in West Haven, CT, was extremely proud of her Irish heritage and being the 5th child of 13. Her incredibly large Clan includes her siblings, Frances, Shirlee, Margaret, Patricia, Noreen, and David together with 208+relatives. She will be dearly missed by her loving family and many special friends.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend her Funeral Mass on Thursday, August 29,2019, 11:00am at St. Mark Church, Bristol Borough.  Friends may call Wednesday evening 7-9:00pm and Thursday morning 10-10:45am at the Wade Funeral Home, Bristol Borough.  Therese will be interred with her husband at Washington Crossing National Cemetery at a later date.  In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to St. Mark Church, 1025 Radcliffe St. Bristol, PA 19007 or charity of one’s choice.