Elizabeth "Anne" Thompson

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Elizabeth (Anne) Thompson, 76, entered into eternal rest Aug. 27 at Northglenn Heights Assisted Living in Northglenn.
Anne was born in Creston Iowa, on Hewitt Street to Vida Elizabeth (Jackson) Clayton, and Audre Clair (A.C.) Clayton.
She was one of four children and was stricken with polio at a very young age, which left her right leg 2 inches shorter than the other.
She was united into marriage in Orient, Iowa, July 12, 1959, to Richard Maurice Thompson, son of Marion Edward Thompson, and wife Mildred Maxine (Keeffer) Thompson. They had two children, Richard Allen Thompson, and Tammy Anne Lindsay (Thompson).
Survivors are her brother, Charles W. (Ann) Clayton; son, Richard Allen (Kim) Thompson; daughter, Tammy Anne (John) Lindsay; seven grandchildren, Jennifer Anne (Tim Bohan) Lindsay, Joshua Lindsay, Mathew (Sabrina) Mauch, Suzette (Clint) Joralmon, Chanel Thompson, Brittany (Zach) Stansbury, James Mauch; and 10 great-grandchildren.
Her husband; her parents; and her two brothers, William L. and Jack A. Clayton, preceded her in death.
A memorial service will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 11, at Good News Community Church, 5511 W. 136th Ave, Broomfield, followed by a graveside service at Fort Logan National Cemetery, staging area B, at 1:30p.m.
A reception will be at 3:30pm at the church.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the or .
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Published in Commerce City Sentinel Express on Sept. 11, 2018
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