Adeline P. Thompson
Adeline P. Thompson
Oct. 29, 1918 - Nov. 26, 2013
SPICER - Adeline P. Thompson, 95 of Spicer, died Tuesday, November 26, 2013 at Bethesda Heritage Center in Willmar. Her funeral service will be 11:00 am on Monday, December 2, 2013, at Johnson Funeral Home in New London. Interment will be at Crow River Lutheran Cemetery, in rural Belgrade. A visitation will be held for one hour prior to the service at the funeral home.
Adeline P. Andreen was born on October 29, 1918, in Green LakeTownship, Kandiyohi County, the daughter of Andrew and Anna (Jenson) Andreen. She grew up in the New London area where she attended school and graduated from New London High School in 1937. During high school she worked in her dads grocery store. After high school, Adeline went to Mission Hill, SD and worked at her aunt and uncles store. When she returned to New London she worked at the Farmers Sore in New London and the Spicer Caf.
Adeline married Walter P. Thompson on October 21, 1943. They lived on a farm before moving into New London. After the death of her husband she worked at Jennie O and Willmar Sate Hospital as a Senior Companion. Adelines hobbies in her early years were cooking and baking. She also enjoyed doing puzzles and reading books. Adeline had been a resident of Bethesda Heritage since August, 2006.
Adeline is survived by her two children, Walter R. Thompson, Jr. (Eileen) of Spicer, and Joan L. Peterson of Mitchell, SD; three grandsons, Chris (Cori) Thompson of Woodbury, Michael Thompson of New London, and Aaron (Lindsey) Peterson of Dallas, TX; three great grandchildren, Ava, Adrian, and Aaron Thompson all of Woodbury. Adeline is also survived by her two sisters, Evelyn Carlson, of Willmar, and Florence Prosser of St. Paul; five brothers, Clifford Andreen of Willmar, Oscar Andreen of Milpitas, CA, Ronald (Ione) Andreen of Willmar, David (Charlotte) Andreen of Kasson, and Paul (Carol) Andreen of Spicer.
Adeline was preceded in death by her parents; husband; sister, Bertha; brothers, Ludvig, Peter, James and Donald; and her son-in-law, Pastor Brad Peterson.
The family wishes to thank the staff of Bethesda Heritage for the excellent and loving care given to their mother.