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Jean Gallop Thompson June 18, 1941 - July 12, 2018

Tisdale-Lann Memorial

Jean Gallop Thompson, 77, passed away July 12, 2018, at the North Mississippi Medical Center – Hospice in Tupelo, MS. She was born June 18, 1941, to J.D. and Polly Gallop, of Wren. She married Buddy Thompson in 1959.

A graduate of Amory High School ’59 and a resident of Aberdeen all her adult life, she was a loyal and beloved member of the First United Methodist Church and a fixture at Edward Jones Investments, where she worked for more than 25 years. She was also a long-standing member of the Aberdeen Country Club.

She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband, Riley Clifton Thompson.

Jean is survived by one daughter: Jaye Manning (Mike), of Amory; two grandsons: Riley Manning (Alyssa), of Tupelo, and Charlie Manning, of Amory, and one great granddaughter, Marissa Claire Vail-Delaney, of Tupelo; one sister, Rose Morgan, of Amory; two brothers, Jason Gallop (Sherron), of Amory, and Ray Gallop (Sandra), of Wren; four nephews: Hal Morgan (Leslie) of Amory, Steve Gallop (Charity), of Amory, Patrick Gallop (Stephanie), of Wren, M.J. Gallop, of Houston, Texas; seven great nieces and nephews: Jonathon Morgan (Anna), MacKenzie Gallop, Madison Gallop, Lauren Gallop, Lillian Gallop, Carl Gallop and Faith Gallop; one great-great niece: Stella Morgan; several cousins.

Pallbearers will be her grandsons, Riley Manning and Charlie Manning, Greg Bowen, Nolan Bowen, Skipper Ransom, John Smith.

Service will be Saturday, July 14, 2018, at 10 a.m., at First United Methodist Church in Aberdeen with Rev. Mary Hutson and Rev. Truman Thompson officiating. Burial will follow in the Odd Fellows Cemetery. Tisdale-Lann Memorial Funeral Home of Aberdeen is in charge of the arrangements.

Visitation will be Friday, July 13, from 5 to 8 p.m. at First United Methodist Church in Aberdeen.

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    Kim Johnson says

    Prayers for the family and friends. She was such a sweet southern lady.

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    Gary and Dawn Long says

    Rest in Peace Ms Jean!!!!

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    Bob & Anita Lee says

    She will be missed! A lovely lady and wonderful friend.

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    Lesa (Mitchell) Young says

    Prayers for Ms Jean’s family and friends. Ms Jean always had a smile and a laugh to share; she will surely be missed. She has left all who knew her with lots of fun memories!!!! Lots of love to you Jaye!

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    Jimmy Lee & Anne Lusk says

    Thinking of the family in the loss of one very special lady. Jean was so caring and helpful….she will be missed by many……

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    Rita Holloway says

    Sympathy and prayers for your family. Miss Jean was such a sweet lady and always had a smile on her face. Loved her!

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    Neil Beddingfield says

    Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family. Ms. Jean was such a fine lady. She treated my family as one of her own. May she rest in peace.

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    Richard Furlough says

    Jean was such an important part of Edward Jones for so many years, and will be missed by her “other” family. My sincerest condolences to Jean’s family, and to her associates and acquaintances through Edward Jones. Jean, I’ll miss seeing you at next year’s BOA MPC!

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    Richard Furlough says

    We will miss Jean from her “other” (Edward Jones) family. My sincerest condolences to her family, as well as her associates and acquaintances through Edward Jones. Jean, you will be missed!

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    Peggy Newman says

    A sweet lady and a good neighbor. I sure will miss seeing her across the street from me! Praying for her family and friends.

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    Sharon McCrary says

    My deepest sympathy to Jean’s family, friends, and all our Edward Jones family. She was such a precious person who always kept us laughing. Our Regional Meetings will not be the same without our Jean Jean from Aberdeen as she affectionately called herself. We all loved our Ms. Jean. I am proud to have known her.

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    Jacky and Julie Schwartz says

    We are proud to have known Ms. Jean. She will be sorely missed. She always helped us, and when we saw her she had a quick smile and greeting and we will miss her little stories and easy laugh. She was a special person. We are very sad to know she is gone.

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    Larry Sims says

    It was truly a blessing to Ms. Jean. Words can not express the shock and sadness I felt when I heard she had pass. What a remarkable woman. Going by the offices of Edward Jones will just not be the same without her wonderful smile. God bless her family. She was truly a special person.

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