" Don't Take No Wooden Nickels They Don't Spend"

Date of BirthFebruary 08, 1942

Virginia Lewis  Thompson Butler Obituary

Date of BirthFebruary 08, 1942

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Date of PassingJuly 05, 2022

Virginia Lewis Thompson Butler Obituary

from Takoma Park, Maryland, United States

Date of BirthFebruary 08, 1942

Virginia Lewis  Thompson Butler Obituary

Date of BirthFebruary 08, 1942

175 Views

Date of PassingJuly 05, 2022

Virginia Lewis Thompson Butler Obituary

from Takoma Park, Maryland, United States


" Don't Take No Wooden Nickels They Don't Spend"

Virginia Lewis Thompson Butler was born on February 8th 1942 in Caroline County Virginia, to the late Charlotte Lewis and Junior Walker.She also had help being raised by her late Aunt Earline Banks. She got married to the late Harold Thompson on November 21st of 1962 along with the marriage came 4 kids. Lillian Lisa Thompson,  Marsha M.Thompson Dorsey, Harold D  Thompson and late Alfred T. Thompson. Virginia Aka Jenny was blessed with 7 grand daughter's Tangerline Tt Thompson , Denisha Lovetta Jordan ,Janea J. Johnson ,Erin Larae Thompson , Diamond Lashay Thompso ,Jada Ivy Thompson, and Destiny Gwendolyn Thompson. 1 Grandson's D'Andre Tavon Thompaon. 1 Great grand daughter Daquawn Lashell Thompson. 2 Great great grand daughter Bella Love Thompson, And Chloe Gia Thompson. And 1 Great grear grandson Kai Nyan Thompson. And 1 Son in law Anthony L. Williams. And 1 Daughter in law Shelly Bennett. Jenny later married Thomas Hurbert Butler on January 3, 2018 they shared there special marrage until God called Her home. They also Shared a host of other adopted children, grand children and family. We Would also like to acknowledge her very special cousin/sister Rosa Logan And her late husband Roger Logan.

Mrs. Jenny one of a kind, a special kind of lady, God fearing lady, she loved her family and friends she loved church an she would have it in a house, a church any were she could. And didn’t mind praying for anyone at anytime just so she could spread the good word of our lord Jesus Christ. She made sure everyone of her children, and grandchildren heard the word of god. Jenny was a loving woman an will be very well missed by all that came in contact with her. Also anyone that knew Evangelist Thompson would know that she was known for her creative Hats. A lot of times she made her hats along with her dresses by hand. She had a beautiful Smile, And a Worming loving touch. She also had half brother's an sister's that she didn't know until she became older.

A POEM FROM MARSHA HER RABBIT

Mama you prepared me for this day along with my siblings and you thought us very young who we needed to call on. Though out your sickness's, Your good days and trying times you raised us by the grace of God to look to God and Trust him in every situation. Mama I gave you your flowers just like you asked while you were living. No one other than God can replace you. Till we meet again. You already told me you have your crown there was no doubt in your mind. I'm going to miss you. But one of these days by the grace of God. I'll see you and daddy, Tt and Man and all the rest of the family whose there and friends again. RIH our Queen RIH. LOVE YOU ALWAYS. YOU BABY GIRL Marsha

Honey BUN

My mom an I was very close. And she was my Best Friend In the whole world. Matter of fact she was my world. An she is going to Truly be missed by me. MAY THE LOVE OF GOD KEEP YOU IN HIS ARMS UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN. Your Lisa better known as NINK-NINK P.S. I wolud also like to thank my mother for having my sister Marsha For me .That's what she would tell me so that i would have a playmate.

Message to the Granniebird,

I will continue to try my best to live up to the name you gave to me, love and life. You were indeed one of a kind. With words that can never be forgotten. Lessons well advised , and a voice that will never be unheard. That “right” was “almighty “ til the end. Until the next time…Love your grand baby Love

GRANDMA

Wow so many Years. So many summer's i spent with you. I Love You So MUCH. I will never forget the time we had all the day's in CHURCH, SUNDAY SCHOOL. All the dresses you made me. The day you tought me to sow my own clothes. All the yard sales.......Lol. Grandma Love You See You Again RIH. Your Fluffy

This obituary is administered by:
~ Daquawn Thompson ~