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Audrey Marguerite Thompson

Audrey Marguerite Thompson (Jenkinson)

Tuesday, September 13th, 1932 - Wednesday, April 1st, 2020
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Audrey Marguerite Thompson
September 13,1932 - April 1, 2020

Audrey passed away in Pembroke on April 1, 2020 due to complications from the sudden onset of severe pancreatitis. She was preceded in death by her cherished husband, Rev. S Reid Thompson (2014). Daughter of the late Henrietta and Orley Jenkinson. She is also preceded in death by her brother Tommy and sister Shirley ( late Jerry).

Left to mourn is her loving son Kevin; embraced as a daughter-in-law Anna; her sisters Beverly ( late Dave) and Patty ( Rick) . She is also survived by her sister-in-law Carol ( late Don), many nieces and nephews, cousins and cherished friends.

Audrey is remembered by those who knew her as a kind and caring soul. Yet the cards she was given to play in her life were not always easy. Four times Audrey was asked to uproot her life and move with her family across Canada to set up new lives: from Ottawa to Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan; then to Kelowna, BC; then to Hamilton, Ontario and finally to Pembroke Ontario. Each time Audrey had the ability to set up a warm home for her family, and to make many close friends, friendships she kept throughout her life.

Audrey’s talents were numerous and varied. She never wanted for work and her working career was in legal and church offices. Undeterred by the fact that her husband and then, much later, her son lacked basic handyman skills she remained to the end the ‘fix-it’ person of the household. Surviving breast cancer in her 80's she embraced technology, and she kept up friendships over the county and world though text, phone, and e-mail. That said, she was among the last to maintain the tradition of written notes, and many a person can attest to receiving a quiet encouraging note from her, just when they needed it.

Family was such an important part of Audrey’s life. In particular, her enduring connection to Beverly, Patty and Carol spanned generations amid countless family joys and sorrows. These three were never far from Audrey’s thoughts.

Throughout her life, Audrey quietly maintained and held her personal religious beliefs, and they were part of who she was.

Audrey had many friends in the Church community, and deep ties to First Presbyterian Church in Pembroke. She treasured her companions in the Ladies League.

While grateful to more than can be named, special thanks are offered to Rev. Pat Van Gelder, Nelda Scheuneman, and Roslyn Gignac for the support and friendship they gave to Audrey in her last years as she coped with her health issues. A further special thanks is offered to Rev. Annabelle Wallace, whose friendship with Audrey spanned so many years.

Thanks are also offered to Dr. Hing who cared for Audrey for many years. As well, the paramedics and medical staff of the Pembroke Regional Hospital treated Audrey with care and compassion through this most difficult of times.

Finally, to all her family and friends who knew her best: Remember Audrey with a smile and peace in your heart, for that is what she would have wanted.

In the circumstances, there will be no formal memorial service at this time. Private Interment of her ashes will take place at a later date joining those of Reid, at the Micksburg Presbyterian Cemetery. Audrey was a supporter of a diverse list of charities, and a donation in her honour to a charity of one’s choice could be considered.
Arrangements entrusted to the Murphy Funeral Home, Pembroke
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    Micksburg,, ON
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Marion xo

Posted at 09:59am
In honour of my Special Friend Audrey. Miss you everyday.
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Jane Keogh

Posted at 07:46pm
I am remembering Audrey as a wonderfully thoughtful person who never missed snail mailing her relatives a birthday card every year. And an upbeat woman who loved her family and life and has the gift of the gab!
And to Kevin, my heart goes out to you. You are such a good son to her, and you cared for her so well. I know Audrey was very proud of you.
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Scott Murray

Posted at 06:06am
Heart felt condolences to Kevin and Audrey’s many friends. She is and will be remembered as a humble, warm, stalwart wife to Reverend Reid. A treasured life is now with the Angels....Scott Murray
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Patricia Costey-Henry

Posted at 09:40am
My condolence and prayers go out to the family and friends of Audrey's death, especially to Kevin. Kevin cherish your memories. It will give you sadness for your loss but in time you will have the memories and the loss will subside to a lesser degree. I knew both Reid and Audrey for many years and always enjoyed meeting them when I was out and about. They never hesitated to stop and chat and were always kind spoken and Reid was always smiling with something funny to say. Audrey was a great cake maker and my grandson's first beautiful birthday cake was made by her. Being with them was calming. RIP Audrey, you are now at peace. Patricia Costey-Henry
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Jayne Brophy

Posted at 01:56pm
Kevin . . . I was sorry to read of the death of your Mother. I am sure that you have many wonderful memories, which will bring you comfort in the days to come. With sympathy, prayers and understanding.
 
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Brenda (Guy) Houle Posted at 06:23pm

Audrey was a wonderful lady who always kept in touch. She was caring and giving and always so kind. She always mentioned how her and I shared the same Birthdays (Sept. 13th). She will be sadly missed.
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