Jennifer Marcia Thompson (4 Aug 1958 - 24 Feb 2019)

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Funeral Service

Location
Northfield Baptist Church 693 Bristol Rd South Birmingham B31 2NQ
Date
19th Mar 2019
Time
11am
Funeral Director
The Co-operative Funeralcare Stirchley

Burial Details

Location
Kings Norton CemeteryLongdales RoadBirminghamB38 9BU
Date
19th Mar 2019
Time
1pm

Funeral Reception

Location
The Black HorseBristol Road SouthBirminghamB31 2QT
Date
19th Mar 2019
Time
3pm

In loving memory of my beautiful mother Jennifer Marcia Thompson who sadly passed away on 24th February 2019. She will be sadly badly missed by me her daughter Lorraine, her mother Phyllis, her granddaughters Darnai & Akasha who she doted on like they were her own and all her every loving family & friends. My mom was a character and she would've wanted us to celebrate her, laugh, joke, have a drink and be merry as she would say. She was a Very kind and a generous person with a big heart that would do anything for anyone if she could help. Her passion in life was her music, music was in her heart and soul and it was part of her being.
She will be missed ♡

Allesha Cohen donated £10 in memory of Jennifer
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My Mum Joan and Auntie Jenny enjoying themselves

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Allesha Cohen wrote

My mum has known your mum for about 35 years
Together they were fun pair and have enjoyed many adventures together. Auntie Jenny was my mum’s Joan’s first friend up Northfield, with my mum leaving home (Handsworth) on a bitter note Auntie Jenny’s kind and open heart would begin a lovely friendship...although we moved back out of Northfield years later their friendship grew even stronger
When our mums were out, me and Lorraine used to phone and say is my mum at yours and I will also ask the same. We used to wonder where they would go out dancing or which party they were going to...
If I heard Auntie Jenny’s voice in the living room at ours I would dash down to see if she’d brought Lorraine with her and if Lorraine heard my mums voice in her living room she’d wonder the same too.
Auntie Jenny loved her music she was the embodiment of choons
If me and Lorraine were watching music videos I would say Auntie Jenny have you heard this and she would reply “I got the original” I would be thinking how is it its a new song it’s a new release...she had vinyls like you wouldn’t believe, her dilemma was whether she would replace them with cds because she had already replaced vinyl with cassette....her memorable phrase was “flaming heck” whenever she was shocked at some news or surprised it used to make me chuckle...she will missed so much, I still can’t believe she is gone...her spirit is still around she had such a strong personality you can feel her in the air, in the music you listen to, in the way she used to enjoy herself...my mum has a voicemail telling her “I still got your present up the house” even in the last few weeks of her life when she was in hospital she was saying “I still got your present up the house” ....when Lorraine asked me to help sort out Auntie Jennie’s vinyls I found a 45” by Johnny Nash song title ‘How good it is’ my mums name was written on the record...I thought maybe she had borrowed it from my mom all them years ago... when I listened to the track the lyrics were as though Aunty Jenny was talking to my mum saying she is alright where she is now...the lyrics go “ohhh how good it is to be here, ohhh how good it is to be here “
and she now Auntie Jenny has given it back to my Mum her best friend with a message from the other side.....

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You loved this pic. This was your family in 1 pic. 4 generations 💞

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Kirsty Evans donated £10 in memory of Jennifer

Jennifer was a wonderful lady with a big Hart and her family ment everything to her you will be missed xx

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  • Thank you very much she would love you for that xx

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Mike Snow wrote

My life will continue as it is meant to do, but it will be poorer for you no longer being in it. I treasure the day we met, and know I was truly blessed to have you in my life and to call you my friend. Thank you for being you and an example to those of us who were privileged to feel your warmth and light. May your journey be smooth and Swift. Till we meet again. Many blessings to you my friend.

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  • 💞Beautiful 💞 Thank You

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