Teresa Jo Thompson, 43, New Hope, died Sunday, Nov. 18, 2012, due to an auto accident near New Hope.
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She was born July 16, 1969 in Dwight, Ill. She was an employee of the Loretto Motherhouse and a volunteer for the New Hope Food Bank and community center.
She was preceded in death by: her parents, Martin L. Wilkerson and Rosie Lee Bush Campbell.
Survivors include: her daughter, Courtney Cecil of New Hope; her special friend, Allen Mattingly of New Hope; two sisters, Lesa Leasor (Jim) of Elizabethtown and Vicki Graham (Popeye) of Hodgenville; one brother, David Wilkerson (Shirley) of New Hope; two half brothers, Phillip Wilkerson (Tessa) of Buffalo and Johnny Campbell of Toledo, Ill.; her step-father, John Campbell of Georgia, her step-grandmother, Lottie Bush of Hodgenville; and other extended family members include: Carmel and Bernard Cecil of New Hope, Joanie Shoffner of New Haven, Francie and Chuck Cecil of Loretto, Sandy and Gary Riley of New Haven, Wendy, Mike, Jill, Jeremy, Wyatt, Kade, Olivia, Waylon and Trenton.
Mass of Christian burial was held at 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 24, at Saint Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, New Hope, followed by cremation. Rev. Ken Fortener officiated.
Pallbearers were Chuck Cecil, Wyatt Cecil, Gary Riley, Jeremy Kyle, Mike Hall, Brent Mattingly, and Kade Cecil.
Honorary pallbearers are Chuck Thompson, Mark Thompson, Bob Williamson Jr., Bob Williamson Sr., R.J. Mattingly, and Scott Davis.
Mattingly Funeral Home, Loretto, was in charge of arrangements.
Published in The Lebanon Enterprise on Nov. 28, 2012