Mary Thomas

Mary Elizabeth Thompson Thomas

Thursday, September 28th, 1933 - Monday, November 5th, 2018
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Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Thompson-Thomas, 85 of Port Salerno, FL went home to be with the Lord at her doctor's office in Stuart, FL. She was born in Stuart, FL to the parentage of the late Arthur A. Thompson, Sr. and the late Pender Gibson-Thompson on September 28, 1933.  She was one of 17 children. She received her primary and secondary education at Stuart Training School (STS) in Martin County.  Mary was employed by the Martin County School District as a custodian and a home maker for private homes. Mary was a very kind and loving person who loved her family and adored her grandchildren.  She was one of the world's best cooks and her fried fish and souse was absolutely mouth watering. She was a member of the Port Salerno Church of God and back in the day, she would always be the one to purchase clocks for the church.  Mary was also the founder of The Concerned Citizens of Port Salerno (now known as the Concerned Citizens of New Monrovia). Along with her parents Arthur and Pender Thompson, she was also preceded in death by: a son, Henry Thomas;  15 siblings, Euthirpy Miller, Patricia Hall, Maybelle Atkinson, Julia World, Christine McDuffy, Rovena Woods, Louise Reese, Rosaleen Thompson, Miriam Thompson, Dora Thompson, Bishop Jesse H. Anderson, Sr., Samuel A. Thompson, Prince Thompson, James Thompson, John Thompson, Arthur Thompson, Jr. and a grandson, Carl R. Thomas, Jr. Left to mourn her passing and celebrate her homegoing are: 4 caring sons , Kevin L. Thompson of Indiantown, FL, Ronald Lee Thomas, Carl R. Thomas and Peter W. Thompson (Beverly) all of Port Salerno, FL; 2 loving daughters , Sandra Thomas-Thompson (Robert) of Port Salerno, FL and Dale Thomas-Parks (Emory) of Hobe Sound, FL; 1 brother and last remaining sibling, Richard G. Thompson of Port Salerno, FL; 28 grandchildren and three generations of great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews, cousins, other relatives, church family and friends who will certainly miss her. Services:  Visitation will be held on Friday, November 16, 2018 from 5pm-7pm at the Port Salerno Church of God 4605 SE Cove Rd. Stuart, FL  34997.  A Homegoing Celebration will be held at 11am on Saturday, November 17, 2018 at the church.  She will await the resurrection at Florida Memorial Cemetery in Hobe Sound, FL. Arrangements have been entrusted into the care of her family's funeral home, Thorne's Mortuary, Inc. in Stuart, FL.
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Shonta D Smith

Posted at 12:00am
Grandma,words can't never explain how much I miss you,the pain is so unbearable, something i never felt before, sometimes i feel as if I just can't go on without you,I'm constantly wanting to call you as I use to do like everyday,but I know heaven doesn't have a phone,I think of you constantly,I'm sad,I'm lonely,I'm depressed,I'm angry,I'm happy,but it gives me joy to know your not in pain no more,,,you have always been my to go to person for everything,at night I walk outside to look in the sky to see if your gonna show me a shiny ??....then I don't see nothing i walk back in and say she not ready yet.... grandma i Love you More than I love myself.... Please watch over us and Rest In Paradise

Ron & Margaret Harry

Posted at 12:00am
Our thoughts and prayers go out to family in this time of sorrow. May you find comfort in reading the resurrection promise Jesus left for us at John 5:28,29.

Wendy McGahee

Posted at 12:00am
To my family, you are in my prayers. Aunt Mary was a beautiful person to encounter. She will be deeply missed by family and many others who had the opportunity to know her, and experience the love, kindness, encouraging, and meaningful conversations accompanied by joy, laughter, and tears which she so genuinely shared. She possessed a quiet spirit; yet strong character of truthfulness in all matters. A fun person with a great sense of humor intertwined with valuable lessons to be taught. Family, let us Celebrate the Life of Aunt Mary and Thank God for allowing her to be such a Wonderful and Special Blessings to us all. All my love, Cousin Wendy

Rose Christie Jones

Posted at 12:00am
My Deepest Condolences,Praying God's Strength And Comfort To The Family Grandma Will Be Missed

Darlene- Willie Hightower

Posted at 12:00am
Family, we are wishing you peace to bring comfort and the courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts. Our hearts are filled with sorrow upon hearing the news about Auntie Mary. Our most sincere condolences.

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