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Edward P. Thompson
Edward P. Thompson, 83 of Norwalk, beloved husband of Frances "Bunnie" (Urban) Thompson for 56 years, died on Sept. 3, at Norwalk Hospital.
Born in Norwalk, he was the son of the late Edward N. and Rose (Ashby) Thompson, he was also predeceased by a son Edward and daughter Susan, as well as his brothers Robert J. and William R. Thompson.
He worked as a pressman for The Hour and was a 4th degree Knight of Columbus, Council #43, Stamford. A loving family man, Edward is survived by his wife Frances and daughter Pamela Thompson of W. Redding.
Family and friends will gather for his Memorial Service on 10 a.m. on Saturday, Sept 7, at St. Matthew Church, 216 Scribner Avenue, Norwalk. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Matthew Church. For directions or to leave an online condolence for his family, please visit: www.Magnerfuneralhome.com



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Published in The Hour on Sep. 3, 2019.
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August 28, 2020
Dear Bunnie and Pam: Ed was a dear friend, we spent many hours together are various functions like the K of C, St. Ann,s St Matthews New Horisons Luncheons, etc.etc. Bunnie and Ed would play poinochle, go for pizza, etc.for years, always with wonderful love and companionship. We know he is up there, looking down and smiling right now. Hugs to you both always.
Jack & MaryAnne Penachio
Jack Penachio
Friend
October 19, 2019
Dear Bunnie,
We are so sorry to hear of your husband's passing.
Please know we are thinking of you and wishing you comfort and peace.
Jim and Connie Buchta
September 15, 2019
Bunny, it has been a long time, we are so sorry for your loss. We had so many memories, our prayers and thoughts go out to you and Pam.

Shirley, Anthony, Dawn and Ami
Shirley and Anthony Giammarino
Friend
September 7, 2019
Dear Bunny,
It was with great sorrow that we learned of Ed's passing.
Though we have somehow drifted apart in the recent years, we have always considered
both of you as good friendly neighbors.
We will always remember Ed's good nature, his stories of the life in Norwalk in his younger
years, your trips to various places in/outside the US.
Fortunately, the good memories do not fade away with person' death..

Let Ed rest in eternal peace.

Barbara and Matt
September 7, 2019
Dear Bunny,
It was so sad to hear of Ed's passing.

Though we have somehow drifted apart in
the recent years, we have always considered
both of you as good friendly neighbors.

We will always remember Ed's good nature, his
stories of the life in Norwalk in his younger
years, your trips to various parts of the world.

Fortunately, those good memories do not get
erased with person's death..

With our deepest sympathy for you and for Pamela.

Barbara and Matt
September 5, 2019
Bunnie and Pam:

With our love and sympathy.

Brad and Linda
September 4, 2019
Bunny so sorry to hear about Ed, our thoughts are with you and Pam.we are thinking of you. Susan and Colleen
September 4, 2019
Dear Bunnie and Pam: Our friendship with you both and Ed goes back many years. We first met at the Knights of Columbus at Shorelands, then to the Stamford Council, attending many degrees, business meetings and socials. St. Matthews and New Horizons as well as our Pinochle games left us with many memories. MaryAnne and I will miss him. Friendships like this don't come along frequently. May he Rest in Peace and our love to you both.
Jack and MaryAnne Penachio
Jack and Maryanne Penachio
September 3, 2019
Bunny - I am so sorry to read that Ed passed. Please know I'll be thinking of of you and Ed
Tom Farrington
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