In memory of
Marilyn Jo Thompson
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In memory of
Marilyn Jo Thompson
Ms. Marilyn Jo Thompson (Kibler) died peacefully in Littleton, Colorado on April 6, 2018, at the age of 80 after a long illness. Ms. Thompson is survived by her children: Martha Turner (Allan) of Aurora, Colorado, Michael Thompson (Diana) of Denver, Colorado and Scott Thompson (Karen Voss) of Lakewood, Colorado, her sister Victoria Pearson of St. Augustine, Florida, her close friend Mr. Ken Demary of Englewood, Colorado as well as five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Ms. Thompson was born February 13, 1938, in Parkersburg, WV to Jackson and Mary Kibler. She graduated from Parkersburg High School in 1956 and Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri in 1958 with an Associate in Arts degree. She married Loren Thompson in 1959. She was a loving mother to their three children and pursued her passion for art mostly through oil painting. She and Loren were divorced in 1976. After some time she met Mr. Ken DeMary, with whom she spent many years sharing a common interest in the Arts. Prior to her passing, Ms. Thompson commented that after developing a style of her own, she had accomplished what she wanted as an artist. Most of her 600 plus works of art remain in the possession of her family. She was a member in the Littleton Fine Arts Guild for many years; she could be seen frequently around Littleton painting her favorite scenes at the Littleton Historical Museum, Kettering Park, the Bemis Public Library and Hudson Gardens. A celebration of her life through her art will be held at Littleton United Methodist Church, 5894 South Datura St., Littleton, Colorado, 80120 on June 25, 2018 from 3-6 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. This is open to the public. Send condolences to 1507 S Ingalls St. Lakewood, Colorado 80232. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations in her honor be made to the Littleton Fine Arts Guild. Visit
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5894 S Datura St
Littleton, CO 80120
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In memory of
Marilyn Jo Thompson
Ms. Marilyn Jo Thompson (Kibler) died peacefully in Littleton, Colorado on April 6, 2018, at the age of 80 after a long illness. Ms. Thompson is survived by her children: Martha Turner (Allan) of Aurora, Colorado, Michael Thompson (Diana) of Denver, Colorado and Scott Thompson (Karen Voss) of Lakewood, Colorado, her sister Victoria Pearson of St. Augustine, Florida, her close friend Mr. Ken Demary of Englewood, Colorado as well as five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Ms. Thompson was born February 13, 1938, in Parkersburg, WV to Jackson and Mary Kibler. She graduated from Parkersburg High School in 1956 and Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri in 1958 with an Associate in Arts degree. She married Loren Thompson in 1959. She was a loving mother to their three children and pursued her passion for art mostly through oil painting. She and Loren were divorced in 1976. After some time she met Mr. Ken DeMary, with whom she spent many years sharing a common interest in the Arts. Prior to her passing, Ms. Thompson commented that after developing a style of her own, she had accomplished what she wanted as an artist. Most of her 600 plus works of art remain in the possession of her family. She was a member in the Littleton Fine Arts Guild for many years; she could be seen frequently around Littleton painting her favorite scenes at the Littleton Historical Museum, Kettering Park, the Bemis Public Library and Hudson Gardens. A celebration of her life through her art will be held at Littleton United Methodist Church, 5894 South Datura St., Littleton, Colorado, 80120 on June 25, 2018 from 3-6 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. This is open to the public. Send condolences to 1507 S Ingalls St. Lakewood, Colorado 80232. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations in her honor be made to the Littleton Fine Arts Guild. Visit
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Services Provided By
Littleton United Methodist Chr
5894 S Datura St
Littleton, CO 80120
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