Mary Thompson of Ulysses Nebraska passed away July 11, 2021, at home from an extended illness with her loving husband by her side. Mary was born Oct 11, 1943 in Smithtown Pa. to Louis C. Weible and Mary Jane Meyers Weible. Mary was the fourth born of ten kids. And graduated from Brockway Area High School.
Mom went on a trip to Nebraska. She met and married Kenneth L. Beedle. To this union came three boys Larry, Ronald and Donald. They later divorced. Mom then met and married Bryant M. Thompson on Dec 23, 1994 in Lincoln Ne. Bryant brought 4 daughters with grandkids to the family making it larger.
Mom and Bryant moved from Lincoln Ne. to Ulysses Ne., to enjoy a slower and quieter paced lifestyle. Mom enjoyed the peacefulness of the small town.
Mom worked 25 years at Prairie Maid Meats in Lincoln, she then worked at the Get and Split in Seward, drove truck over the road with Bryant and finally retiring in 2012 at the age or 68 from David Place in David City. Mom was a hard worker.
Mom enjoyed traveling whether going to see family or riding with Bryant in the Semi. Traveling to Belgium and Germany were the most cherished. She enjoyed the time spent with family especially the grandchildren and great grandchildren. She enjoyed gardening and spending time with her favorite pets Sammy and KW.
Mom was preceded in death by her oldest son, Larry Beedle and infant son, Donald Beedle, as well as her parents Louis C. Weible and Mary J. Weible. Brothers Louie, Bill and Bob. Her sisters Ester and Frances.
Mary is survived by her loving husband Bryant Thompson, Her son Ronald (Ann) Beedle of Heyburn Idaho, daughters Virginia ( Bob) Sons of Bellevue Ne, Lisa Thompson of LaVista Ne., Cara (Chris) Jones of Rotherham England, and Angela Franks of Vancouver Washington and the 13 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren. Her brothers Kermit and Chuck. And Sisters Ella and Mabel.
The family wishes to thank the staff of Aseracare Hospice for the loving and compassionate care they provided mom and the family.
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