Charles Grandin Thompson

Salt Lake City, Utah

Apr 30, 1949 – Jul 15, 2017 (Age 68)


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1949 ~ 2017Charles Grandin Thompson passed away peacefully after a two-year battle with brain cancer, a stage 4 glioblastoma, on July 15, 2017. He lived a miraculous two years after being diagnosed. Every day, Chuck would wake up and say, "I got another day!" He lived and believed each...

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To Jeanne and family: We just learned of Chuck's passing and feel such immense sadness, we can only imagine the sorrow you are feeling for your huge loss! We would have loved to come to the funeral if we had known about it! He has been in our prayers and we are thankful for the additional time he was granted. Chuck made a difference! He brought our son back from the darkness and was a good friend in his hours of need. His priesthood blessings were timely and insightful, as were his words...

Thank you for the hugs. Thank you for your friendship. The Uinta inmates thank you for your dedication and service to them.

Dear Thompson Family,
As two of those who have been blessed by Chuck, we convey our deepest love and condolences. He is a noble son of God.

The Chuck Thompson family. May the arch Angel Raphael the master of the sky guide your spirit to the Almighty as he will be waiting with open arms.As you wait in peace with your love ones that has already past,please know that your friends and family that have been left behind will not forget you and will always remember the special person and the great role you had here on earth. JEANNE,MICHELLE,ALEX,GRANDIN,DAMIEN YOUR Husband,father,and grandfather will always be with you. I'm sorry for...

My most heartfelt condolences for you Jeanne and family.......I was sad to hear the news of Chuck's passing. A great guy with a welcoming smile always. There will be difficult emotional times ahead, but what a blessing to know you will be once again reunited......Hugs!

It was an honor to be counted as one of Chuck's friends. His good influence lifted young and old, free and imprisoned. He was real, honest, trustworthy, gentle and kind. Until his loved ones are reunited with him, I pray for their comfort and peace.