Robert "Bob" Bradley Thompson passed away June 21st, 2021, at the age of 60, in the place he called home Spokane County, WA.
He was born to Esther and Robert Thompson on July 2nd, 1960 in Malheur County, Ontario, Oregon. After graduating from West Valley High School in 1978, Bob went on to work sales with his brother Glenn. In his mid twenties, he served a mission in Montreal Canada sharing the good news of Jesus Christ's gospel, he had a passion for serving God and others the rest of his life. After marrying Kathy in 1989, he started his life long career in financial services pursuing his dream to help people. Nothing brought him greater joy than spending time with family especially at the lake.
He will be missed by the love of his life Kathy; three children Jeannette (Kastle), Bradley (Kelli), Sarah (Casey), and seven grandchildren, his sister Tammy, and many extended family and dear friends.
A funeral service is scheduled for Tuesday, July 6th, 10am at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints on 5322 N Evergreen with a reception and celebration of life from 6-8pm.
This was so hard to hear. Such a good man and friend in the younger years of my life. Good fun memories with him and Tammy...Love to all.
July 24, 2021
What a shock, I was searching for another friend when I found Bob's obit. What a great man, we have known him for many years. Our prayers go out to his family. He will be greatly missed.
Allan & Roma Alder
July 17, 2021
Just found out about this and a man shocked. WE admired and trusted Bob with our investments for years. So sorry!!
July 16, 2021
Bob will be SO missed! He truly loved people, and we experienced his kindness. Prayers go out to his family.
Blaine & Mary Stong
July 6, 2021
Will miss you dearly cousin, may you be in peace in the loving arms of you Father
Jason and Lorraine Colby
July 5, 2021
Our deepest sympathies to all of the family. Bob was loved by so many of us and will be missed forever. We love you all and are sending our thoughts, prayers and hugs.
July 5, 2021
So sorry for your loss and sending you big hugs. Take good care of one another and hold tight to the memories. Though we may not have visited in person often, he always made us feel welcomed and loved. We shall miss him.
Bev & Denis
July 5, 2021
Kathy and family,
Please accept our sincerest condolences.
So sorry to hear of your loss.
Kim & Don Brabant
July 4, 2021
My deepest condolences to all of Bobbys family ,
enjoyed visits with him at my late husband Jim's family reunion in Canada rip