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Constance Thompson

October 16, 1930 - September 7, 2019

Constance  Thompson

"Connie” Thompson passed away Saturday evening in Sublimity.  She was born the daughter to Giuseppe and Maria Breci, in Omaha, Nebraska. She moved to Oregon in 1947 and married Eugene “Geno" Thompson in 1952.  She worked as a waitress and raised a family.  She enjoyed traveling, playing cards and spending time with her family and friends. 

Siblings include Sebastian Breci, Louise Buhl, Ross Breci, Joey Breci, Tony Breci, Evelyn Snelgrove.

She will be missed by surviving family and friends including; Grandchildren: Echelle Rosanbalm, Brandon Wells, Tommy Wells, Donny Wells, Deanna Harris, Mykee Marsden, Jennifer Esquitin and several great grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by her husband Geno Thompson and two sons Lynn Wells & William Wells, step daughter Lori Jean Rhineheart and survived by step daughter Lynn Atwater.

Visitation is Saturday, September 14, 2019 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Virgil T Golden Funeral Home in Salem, Oregon

Graveside Services will be held Saturday, September 14, 2019 at 12:30 p.m. at Belcrest Memorial Park Salem, Oregon.  

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My  loving sister who accepted me with all my faults and loved me insite of them.  She adored traveling with me and would drop everything to take another adventure with me.  Our endless days of shopping, dinners out together.  Our caring about families and discussions of our Italian heritage.. She was a loving kind person who didn't ask for anything in return. She felt lost and very lonely losing her sons & husband.  All I could do was be there for her and listen. I will miss her .more than words can say.  May you dance with the angles, soar high with our parents, brothers and sister. RIP beloved sister.   

Developed a caring, loving & fun relationship with Connie after I married her “baby brother Joey in 1998. She visited Omaha several times during the illness of her sister Louise.  Connie & I would often have”coffee” chats” either in person when she was visiting Omaha or on the phone when she was in OR.  She loved her family!!  So appreciate Shelly’s love & attention to Connie’s care need’s the last few years.  Connie’s Omaha Family loved Connie & will miss her very much.  Rest in God’s loving arms until we see you again!
Mary Wolcott-Breci, (Mrs Joe Breci) & Omaha Family