Services for Carolyn Smith (Judy) Thompson, 63, Thomasville, are at 1 p.m., Feb. 21, 2009, at First Missionary Baptist Church where she was a member. The Rev. Dr. I.L. Mullins will officiate and interment is in Peaceful Rest Cemetery. Pallbearers are deacons of First Missionary Baptist Church, members of Douglass High School class of 1962 and Zeta Amicae Auxilary. Flowerbearers are American Beauty Chapter No. 214. Mrs. Thompson died Feb. 16 at her residence. Born May 25, 1945, in Thomasville, she was a daughter of the late Guyte Sr. and Lucille Smith. She was married to Hiram W. Thompson who preceded her in death. She was a 1962 graduate of Douglass High School, graduate of Walton Area Technical School with a practical nursing degree and attended Bennett College in Greenboro, N.C. She was a member of Zeta Amicae where she held the office of vice president, member of Nurse’s Community Service League, American Beauty Chapter 214 Order the Eastern Star Jurisdiction of Georgia PHA where she served as Esther. She is the reigning 2008-2009 Queen of the American Beauty Chapter 214, Thomasville Masonic No. 10 OES, District Queen and Prince Hall Grand Chapter Queen 2008-2009 OES Jurisdiction of Georgia and a member of the Deckett’s Community Club. She held the offices of president of Guiding Light Club, president of the Edith Hill Mission, president of the Nursing Guild, secretary of the Celestial Voices and chairperson for the Pastor’s Anniversary. Survivors include husband, Hiram Thompson Sr.; mother, Marie (Jimmy) Thurman, Bessie Moore; godparents, Willie and Mary Mitchell Sr.; another mother, Rosamond Carley; children, Anthony (Marilyn) Thompson of Kennesaw, Hiram (Claudia) Thompson of Suffolk, Va., Stephenie Kaye Thompson of Thomasvile, Stephan (Kelly Bojan) Thompson of Chicago, Ill., Audrea (Blakely) Kendall of Gainesville, Pamela Caruthers of Gibsonton, Fla.; her pet dog, Chocolate Chip of Thomasville; grandchildren, Kendra Caruthers of Tallahassee, Fla., Danielle Thompson of Glen Allen, Va., Deshira Thompson of Suffolk, Va., Kenyetta Caruthers of Gibsonton, Fla., Janquise Wilson of Thomasville, Kanorra Caruthers of Gibsonton, Fla., Macahya Byrd of Gainesville, Ga., Hiram Bryant Thompson of Suffolk, Va., Logan Haley Thompson of Florida, Peanut; her grandpuppy, Sassy of Thomasville; great-grandchild, Kenneth Michael Caruthers; siblings, Sandra Smith of McDonough, John Murphy of Thomasville, Lonnie (Johnnie) Murphy of Thomasville, Letoy (Janice) Harris of North Carolina, Ira Flowers of Thomasville, Harriett (Willie) Youmas of Thomasville, Shirely Weaver Jackson of Thomasville, Ellen Frances Duncan of Glenn Allen, Va., Sandra (Jesse) Mathis of Thomasville, David (Catherine) Burke of New Jersey, Willie Armster Sr. of Thomasville, Susie Pearl Tillman of Thomasville; aunts, Ida Moore, Amy Murphy of New Jersey, Mary Young of Newport News, Va., Margie Grant of Ypsilanti, Mich., Evelena Thurman of Thomasville, Rhetta Trutlin of Thomasville, Clara Jones of Thomasville; uncles, John Henry McCall of Thomasville, Frank (Eunice) Delaney of Thomasville, Plez Williams of Thomasville; great-aunt, Catherine Murphy; nieces and nephews, Derrick (Bridget) Smith of Thomasville, Stanley (Katrina Howard) Smith of Thomasville, Tiffany Smith (devoted daughter) of McDonough, Chansidy (Shan) Daniels of Thomasville, Quanda (Merrill) Baker of Glenn Allen, Va., Shavon Murphy of Lanthan, Md., John Murphy Jr. of Baltimore, Md., Daryl (Audrea) Murphy of Japan, Letoy Harris III of North Carolina, Janae Harris of North Carolina, LaNita Dennis of Pennsylvania, LaToya Derrick of New Jersey, Antonio Harris of Tampa, Fla., Latonya Williams of Thomasville, Karrea Driver of Thomasville, Jobe (Amber) Crawford of Thomasville, Jarrun (Jackie) Crawford of Virginia Beach, Va., Hope (Jarvis) Flowers-Ellis of Albany, Akeem (Nedina) Brooks of Thomasville, Lisa Jackson King of Atlanta, Keesha (Daryl) Mitchell of Moultrie, Osha (Ron) Dillard of Thomasville, Tori Randsome of Thomasville, Frances Nicole (Qaran) Glenn of McDonough, Jamison Mitchell of South Korea, Jared Mitchell of Cordova, Tenn., Courtney Mitchell of Cordova, Tenn.; great-nieces and nephews, Lakesha Smith, D’Andre Smith, D’Angelo Smith, Courtney Smith, Cayla Smith, Christopher Smith, Cameron Smith, Derrick Smith Jr. (devoted chauffer), Cameron Baker, Kyle Daniels, Ethan Daniels, Zykeem Brooks, Brianna Flowers, Christian Flowers, Savannah Crawford, Casa Crawford, Prenteza Crawford, Jobe Jasamine Crawford, Jobe Crawford, Terell Murphy, Chelsey Murphy, Collin Dillard, Omere Russell, Tri Brown, Artimus Russell Jr., Heaven McNish, Briana Howell, Tahja Davis, Kezziah Howell; devoted cousins, Mary Alice Smith, Deborah Smith, James Smith, Arthur Smith, Lewis Smith, David Murphy, Charlene (Robert) Thomas, Delores (Johnaton) Curry, Alvin Ford Jr., Glenda Bivens, Shelia Thomas, Martha (Levi) Hollis, Beatrice Wilson, Larry Murphy, Lonnie Murphy, Ruby Murphy, Hazel Victoria, Arthur Murphy, Faye Murphy, Deborah Wallace, Michelle Larkins, Flipper Larkins, Michael Larkins, David Larkins, Jacquline Bell, Annie Addison, Martha Ann Hatcher, Jermaine Hatcher, Vincent and Edna Mae Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Hawthgrove, Elijah Brown, Pauline Brown, Bunnie Brown, Emma Harmon, Sylvester Brown, Martin Brown, the Coleman family, the Hadley family; godchildren, Cherry (Ernest) Willia, Lawanda Hatcher Hill, Turea Williams, Cheryl Mitchell, Chad Willis, Jayla Conyers, Angela Clayton, Tammikka (Arthur) Battle, Shamariah Williams, Antawn Bush, Shavoriss Barnhill, Nancey Vickers, Pamela Cloud, Ken (Tonya) Conner, Brad Willis, Javon Conyers, Desani Clayton, Jamichael Williams, Jerimichael Williams, Martha Dennis, Demon Walker, Kadondra Bush; godbrothers and sisters, Verner (Veronica) Mitchell, Willie (Cheryl) Mitchell, Hiram Springle, Seneca Springle, Dorethea Anderson, Raymond Springle, Cassandra Brown, Perida Mitchell, Marvin Springle, Fannie Lois Springle, Barbara Springle, Theadora Springle, Wilford Springle, Arthur (Bug) Gilmore; other children, Tonya Pearson, Shawn Jones, Dr. Tito Peters, Charlie Peters, Sedrick Hill, James Bushware, Jennifer (Jimmy) Mitchell, Lydia (Henry) Furtick, Melody (Ralph) Walton, Ronald Elzy, Sharonda Wilson, Carla Malone, Kim Wyche, Marshall Morris, Leonard Christian, Tameka Clayton, Reverend Elve Jones, Elvis Jones, Jimmy Mack, Carla Henry Robinson, Wendy Davis, Trina Davis, Andrea Ferrell, Diane Anderson, Latoya Russell, Derrick Vickers, Victor Perry, Monique Lawyer, Pamela Youmas, Kaioja Sinkfield, Wayne Jackson, Christopher Jackson, Melinda (Spencer) Wilson, Monica Booker, Jason Wade, Crystal Ross, Anthony Wyche, Sean Adix, Krystle Kelly, Decasta Gatlin Jr., Martha Dennis, Joseph Bean, Mack Arthur Clark Jr.; other siblings, Gretrude Dunlap (nurse), Brenda (Tight) Denson, Rudolph and Elizabeth Elzy, Herbert and Earlene Williams, Latresa Bushware, Carolyn Ross, Ethel Mae Massey (Fro), Cora Baker (Cora B), Eugene and Charity Conner, Rev. Dr. I.L. Mullins and Josephine Mullins, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Hatcher, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Simpson, Melrose and Annie Walden, Moses Gross, Donnell Carley, Susan Carley, Armogene Carley Archer, Barbara Carley, Pie Pressley, Gail Carley, Barbara Wilson, Vera Williams, Sgt. Major Dwight Mack, Oscar Turner; special friends, Mr. and Mrs. Dorin Brook, Dale Adams, Arrington family (Reception for You), Patricia Bacon, Rosa Baety, Jeanette W. Baker, Hazel Beard (hairstylist), Marie (Tuff) Worthy, Keith Thomas, Roan family, Vickie (Lexus) Carr, Angel Clark, Ursula Cone, Della Cromartie, Katrina Davis, Myrtice Davis, Wendy Davis, Decketts Commuity Club family, Decketts sisters, First Missionary Baptist Church family, Janice Gatlin, Dr. Brian Gaupp, Nora Gilmore, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn and family, Sally Green, Ora Green, Virginia Peters Hadley, Eric Hampton, Josephine Hampton, Moses Gross, Hester family, Glenn family, Kenneth and Ann Walker, Frank McCrary, Willie Mae Harris, Hatcher-Peoples Funeral Home and staff, Janie Hayes, Diane Henderson, Hicks family, Lula Bell Hill, Savannah Hill, hospice family, Howell family, Helen Clark Johnson, Melvin and Geraldine Johnson, Bettye Jones, Jessie Jones, Willie Jones, Joe Lawson (videographer), Sgt. Major Dwight Mack, Lillie Bush Maddox, Frank McCrary, Gloria (Lawrence) McCuthin and family, Barbara McIntyre, McNish family, Gail McNish (Wright Street Mini Market), Sandra McNish, Jeanne Mitchell, Clifford Moore, Nadine Moore, Tiny Moore Carr, Glovanna Floyd, Brenda Revere, Rose Haven family (1968+), Roscella Sanders, Carolyn Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Simpson, Mamie Smith, South Street family, Rosa Lee Swain, Annie Thomas, Bernice Thomas, Charles (Bert) Tillman, Rene Wade, Mr. and Mrs. Melrose Walden, Ethel Parks, the office, oncology center, Victoria (William) Perry, Carolyn (Rev. Curnell) Henry, Grace Cooney, Ebenezer Baker, Hayes family, McIntyre family, Evangelist Essie Walker (prayer partner), the Walker family, Mrs. M. Waitts, Brenda Higdon Willliams, Cheryl Williams, Clarence Williams, Greta Williams, Herbert and Earlene Williams, Linda Williams, Mary Williams, Morris Williams Sr., Barbara Wilson and Carolyn McDonald Mitchell. The viewing is from noon to 8:30 p.m., today at the funeral home and the American Beauty Chapter No. 214 will assemble at 7 p.m. at the funeral home. Visitors may sign the online guest register at www.timesenterprise.com/obits. — Hatcher-Peoples Funeral Home
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