Mary C Thompson

Photo of Mary C ThompsonMary C Thompson, 79, entered eternal life June 28, 2013 at her home.  She was born December 28, 1933 in Pontotoc County, Oklahoma to Joe Conley and Versa Brock.  Mary married Carl Lee Thompson July 16, 1955 in Tulsa. Owner/operator of Merle Norman Cosmetic Center, she had a love for singing which led her to tour Europe with her vocal group Mary Thompson and the Gospel Ventures.

Mary was preceded by both her parents, her son Carl Lee Thompson Jr. and her brothers Jim and Julius Conley. In addition to her loving husband Carl, Mary is also survived by her daughter Donna Marie Harmon and her husband Eddie, granddaughter Angie Marie Wright and her husband Olin, and 5 great grandchildren. Services will be held Wednesday July 3, 2013 ,10:00 A.M. at The Assembly of Broken Arrow with interment following at Memorial Park Cemetery.  Visitation will be Tuesday, July 2 from 6-8 pm in Broken Arrow at Kennedy-Kennard Funeral and Cremation, 918.251-5331,


Online Tributes

  1. Cindy Glover Henderson says:

    I will miss Aunt Mary very much. She had great influence on me throughout my life and I loved her. I hope I can live my life with the grace that she had throughout her life. She was very special to me. – Cindy

  2. Sherri Fair says:

    So sorry to hear of your loss.

  3. Cheryl Gibbs says:

    The only thing Mary loved more than family was the Lord. We don’t have to wonder where she is because anyone that knew her knows she is in Heaven. She was true to her faith and that says it all. God Bless all her loved ones and give comfort at this sad time.

  4. Angie Wright says:

    My grandma was part of my heart. My favorite memories of her were our years together ay Merle Norman. She always loved her great grandkids so much. She had a true Christian heart and loves to sing for the Lord. She meant more than the world to me, and my heart hasn’t quit hurting since she left us. She finally has peace, and is finally with her son that she had to give back to the Lord when he was 7. She will never leave my heart, and I know when I get to heaven she will be one of the first people I will see. We love you Grandma, and will never forget how much you showed everyday that you loved us.

  5. Walter Glover says:

    Aunt Mary was a blessing to me. She exemplified what an aunt should be – always warm, friendly and caring. She made me feel special. Even though I didn’t get to see her often, it was always a pleasure to visit with her. I will miss her but I know she is now in a much better place.

  6. Nita & Kirby Sturgeon says:

    Kirby and I extend our sincere condolences in the passing of your dear wife, Mary.
    Christians have the assurance of a heavenly home and we know that you will look
    forward to the day that you will be reunited with Mary.
    May God bless and comfort you and your family.

    Nita & Kirby Sturgeon

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