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Maxine Flavia Thompson,



92, of Colorado Springs, Colo.,



died Friday, March 30, 2007, at



her home surrounded by family.



She was born Aug. 25,



1914, in Fort Scott, Kan., a



daughter of



Joseph W.



and Velda



Ann Searle



Pettyjohn. In



1944, she was



married to



Robert Clark



Thompson,



who died earlier.



Mrs.



Thompson



moved to Sedalia, after living



in Nevada, Mo. She was a 1931



graduate of Smith-Cotton High



School. She graduated from



Central Business College in



Sedalia in 1934. She later



worked for the County Agent



(Pettis County) and she was



the secretary to the flight surgeon



at Whiteman Air Force



Base.



Prior to moving to Colorado



Springs in 1999, she lived in



North Little Rock, Ark., and



Tulsa, Okla., where she was



the benefits coordinator at St.



Johnís Hospital. She was a



member of Holy Apostles



Catholic Church in Colorado



Springs.



Surviving are two sons,



Greg Thompson, and his wife,



Sue Ann, of Harrah, Okla., and



Bill Thompson, and his wife,



Deborah, of Colorado Springs;



three grandchildren, Michael



Thompson and Julie Davis, of



Frisco, Texas, and Seth



Thompson, of Colorado



Springs; two stepgrandchildren,



Bleys Kueck and Jordan



Locklear; and three greatgrandchildren.



She was also predeceased



by a brother, William J. Pettyjohn.



Funeral services will be at



10 a.m. Thursday at McLaughlin



Funeral Chapel, with the



Rev. Vince Hoying officiating.



Burial will be at Calvary Cemetery.



The rosary will be recited



at 9:30 a.m. Thursday at the



funeral chapel. There will be



no visitation.



The family suggests memorial



contributions to Odyssey



Foundation, 4465 Northpark



Drive, Suite 400, Colorado



Springs, CO 80907.


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