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John Thompson (Tommo) Alert Me

Originally printed on February 6, 2012 in the Derby Telegraph.
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John Thompson (Tommo) Of Ripley. (Formerly of Yorkshire). Fell asleep peacefully at The Royal Derby Hospital on 30th January 2012. He leaves behind his loving wife Lesley, daughters Laura, Emma and Katie, sons-in-law Phil, Phil and Sean and much loved grandchildren Rebecca, Francesca, Aimee, Victoria, Caitlin, Samuel, Lucy and George. Service to take place at St James' Church, Crosshill on Tuesday 14th February at 1.00pm. Family flowers only, donations to Royal Derby Hospital ICU would be gratefully received. Please wear clothes that would make John happy. Keep on running xxxx Any enquiries to Trafford Lowe Funeral Services, 80 Quarry Road, Somercotes, DE55 4HY. Tel 01773 602593

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My inspiration, A wonderful man, never forgotten

AlAN TILL

03 April 2012

Only just heard the tragic news. Mr T has been my inspriration through my life. He believed in me, he encouraged me to be the best that I could. I remember him taking a school bus full of kids to do the three peak challenge in his native Yorkshire, with his own wife and three daughters. I looked upto Mr T like no other man, a real mans man with a stubborn never say die attitude, but at the same time, a man with a heart of gold. You will live forever in everybodys heart Mr T. I for one will never forget you. RIP my hero.


funny and caring tommo

Andrea and david

21 February 2012

Tommo we all miss you, you were very funny and caring and that is how we will remember you

i will never forget to read to my children as you told me,

what a great character you were

many thanks

a d z and j


A true inspiration

Adrian Cooper

19 February 2012
Mr. Thompson (Tommo) was a true inspiration to all that he met. He taught me so much more than rugby. His influence has affected my whole life. A truly great man. RIP John.


A unique individual

AndyH

18 February 2012

Probably the most genuine, kind-hearted and compassionate person I've ever met - I think the turnout at John's funeral showed how many lives he touched, and the high regard he was held in. For sure, he would have been proud of his family that day - the readings by his daughters moved many, myself included, to tears. RIP Tommo.


A Truly 'Top Bloke'

Trev Hammond

10 February 2012

To not only a 'top bloke' but a great teacher and friend.

Death may rob of us the person but memories remain forever - thank you for providing so many good ones.

1966 - 1971


RIP MR T

Paula Inger

08 February 2012

Thank you Mr T for giving me great childhood memories. A great Man, Teacher and Coach.

How fortunate we were to have taught by you.

Paula Inger x


norman & ann

norman ann holmes

07 February 2012

Tommo,

we will never ever forget you.

a real mate when one was needed

never a dull moment, when you where around,


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