Obituary for Mr. Canell Thompson

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Mr. Canell Thompson

February 1, 1950 - May 15, 2020

Canell Thompson was born on February 1, 1950 to the late Agnes Silverburg and Canell Cook in Dallas Texas. He accepted Christ at an early age and was a faithful member of Willow Grove Baptist Church, under the leadership of the late Reverend James Terrell. He attended Dodge City Community College in Dodge City, Kansas. Canell loved sports, especially football, where his favorite team was the “Dallas Cowboys and an avid Bowler for a bowling league.”

He was proceeded in death by his son Derek, sister Ima Jean Lee, Bonnie Thompson and Jane Thompson, brothers, Larry Thompson and Vernon Thompson , niece, Felicia Adams..
Left to cherish his memories are his loving wife Peggy Thompson, 2 daughters Angela Thompson and Tonius Lewis, 5 grandchildren, Jordon Thompson, Monche Jackson, Jalyn Wade, Taylor Mcknight, and Logan Mcknight. 2 great grandchildren Zyaire and Kemani, 2sisters, Ave Thompson,Gwen Thompson, 2 brothers Horace Thompson (Charlene), Artis J Thompson, Bill Thompson, Donald Thompson, as well as a host of nieces, nephews and cousins.

 

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Visitation Information

Date: Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Time: 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Black and Clark Funeral Home

Address:

2517 E. Illinois Avenue, Dallas, TX, 75216

Service Information

Date: Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Time: 1:00 pm

Black and Clark Funeral Chapel

Address:

2517 E. Illinois Avenue, Dallas, TX, 75216

 

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Born: February 1, 1950
Died: May 15, 2020

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Monthra Machelle Clay posted on 5/27/20

I have a funny story. I stayed with Peggy and Canell for a short time years ago; when I was in my early 20's. Anyway, whenever Canell and I were ridding in the car or watching television; I would sing ALL the songs to the commercials. Canell would say how in world do you know every song to every commercials. I would tell him, I just got it like that. I felt after a while it started to matter him. But, I just couldn't help myself. Canell would just shake his head and give that cool, calm Canell smile and shake his head. Canell, I have so many memories of you. I will forever love and miss you. Peggy and Angie, blessings, and love to you both. Machelle

 

Horace, Charlene, Charace, Iesha and family. posted on 5/27/20

Our thoughts are with you and your loved ones

 

Catherine (Kitty) Hayes posted on 5/27/20

Canell, my dear friend you worked so tirelessly for our Lincoln class of 1968. We thank you for your devotion and love. We love and miss you. To your family, we thank you for sharing him with us. Please accept my condolences. My prayers are with you for peace and comfort in his memories. Canell, Rest in peace and love.

 

Delores Salter posted on 5/26/20

I am saddened to hear of the passing of Canell. I send my condolences and prayers to the family. I am a LHS classmate. Canell had this special quality of "making things happen" for the Lincoln High School Class of 1968. He was a true Loyal Tiger and wanted us to enjoy life together with monthly class meetings, summer picnics, Christmas parties (or any holiday celebrations he could put together), and most of all with our class reunions. He put in time and effort! Thank you to Canell's family for sharing him with us. He will be missed! Delores Salter

 

Connie Anderson posted on 5/26/20

My heartfelt sympathies to the Thompson Family for loss of Canell. You are in my thoughts and prayers for comfort and strength during this time of bereavement.

 

Waynita Coleman posted on 5/26/20

The best big brother a girl ever had. Love you Waynita.

 

Laverne Davis Barker posted on 5/25/20

You will certainly be missed dearly by your classmate Laverne Davis Barker🙂

 

Robert Jackson posted on 5/25/20

I would like to express our deepest condolences on behalf of the Lincoln Class of 1968. Canell was the president of our class reunions for several years. Because of his efforts our class reunions were extremely successful. We will definitely miss him. We want the family to know that we are sharing in your sadness as we remember Canell. Our prayers are with you.🙏🏽

 

Ave Thompson posted on 5/24/20

My dearest brother, My heart is so heavy right now that you are gone away from me. I miss you so much, you will never be forgotten. Your loving sister ave ❤️💋

 

Gladys Hurst posted on 5/24/20

To the family of Canell Thompson you have my deepest sympathy and you are in my prayers (1968 Classmate).

 

Eloise (Black) Wynn posted on 5/23/20

Rest in peace, Your class mate Lincoln High School 1968.

 

Ayanna King posted on 5/23/20

Angela, You have been blessed and highly favored to have a daddy that loves you dearly. You have been filled with so much love and it shows in how you love on others. While your heart works to find its balance of peace, know that your cup runneth over with blessings. I pray that your family is always reminded of the beautiful moments your Daddy has provided. We love you!

 

Brandy posted on 5/23/20

Ang, I am so sorry for your loss. I am praying that you will feel God carrying you through this time in your life and know that your Heavenly Father grieves with and for you. I know that front row is not an easy seat to fill and I thank God that you have friends and family who are there for you every step of the way. You are an amazing daughter, mother and friend! May he continue to give your strength and comfort in this season. In Jesus name Amen

 

Angela Thompson posted on 5/23/20

Daddy you have been gone 7 days 19 hours 21 minutes and 48 seconds. I Miss and Love you so much......My heart hurts! I will cherish everything you are of me... Goodnight "Daddy"

 

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