Daniel Thompson



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Greece: Monday, June 7, 2010 at age 59. He is survived by his mother, Betty Thompson (Holley); father, Kenneth (Elaine) Thompson; brothers and sisters, Brian (Ann) Thompson, Cindy (Tom) Birdsall, Scott Thompson, Nancy (Tom) Thompson; nieces, Nicole and Rachel Thompson; nephew, Matthew Thompson; many aunts, uncles, cousins and dear friends. No prior calling. His Memorial Service will be held Thursday 2:00 PM at Park Ridge Free Methodist Church, 10 Straub Road. Private Interment. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Hildebrandt Hospice in his memory.


  1. Rachel Thompson on September 28, 2012 at 12:00 am

    Dear Grandma & the rest of my Family, I wish with all my heart that I could have been at the service, this past Thursday. But, it would have been hard! Anyways Danny was a was a great Uncle that was easy to talk to if I ever wanted to go to a movie, or a baseball game he was up for going. If I had a question about a movie, he knew the answer, and if he didn’t he found it! He loved watching movies, Thats what I will always remember other than he’s personality, he ahad a HUGE collection of DVD and VCR’s. He was proud of them! I know how hard it was towards the end, he is in a better place now and is no longer suffereing. If there is anything I can do please let me know!

  2. Virginia Scalzo-Adams on September 28, 2012 at 12:00 am

    I remember when I use to spend the night with Cindy, way back when we were in high school, and Danny use to entertain us. I am sorry for your loss and will keep you in my prays. Virginia Scalzo-Adams

  3. Bruce Holley on September 28, 2012 at 12:00 am

    To Aunt Betty and Family: I remember a couple of things about Danny. As youngsters, when we lived at Plymouth Avenue South, I remember that he was always playing baseball in the backyard. He enjoyed it immensely. Many years later in the early 1980’s, I remember while I was home in Rochester on summer break from college that Danny had very generously invited me out for dinner and to see a movie. The movie was a comedy which took place during a train ride; ‘Silver Streak’ was the name of the movie I think. Boy did he enjoy that movie! I remember that he and I laughed out loud quite a bit during the movie that evening. I think he really enjoyed going to the movies. During recent years and the couple of times that I saw him, what stands out most for me is how easy it was to talk to him. He was so easygoing. He loved to joke around and he had a very wonderful sense of humor. He always treated Richard and I very well and for that we are both very grateful. He will be missed. My deepest sympathy, Bruce Holley beholley1956@me.com

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