Danny Neal - 1962
Bio & Pictures from 40th
(October 23, 1945 - May 3, 2005)
Danny Neal "Thompson" - 2003-10-12
Danny took back his biological name
after high school. He is now Dan Thompson.
Dan married twice and is presently
married to Mary Ann. He has three children by his first marriage, two sons
and a daughter. He has a granddaughter by his oldest son who was born on
Dan worked in sales all of his life
in some form. His sales experience was varied and each very different.
He received several awards while working in the insurance industry, one
was handing out awards at a soccer tournament on national television.
His favorite was auto sales and financing.
He is a gadget freak and likes to
do all kinds of things on the computer. His other hobbies include movies,
television, occasionally fishing and music. He is an active member in a
12 step program and has been sober 21 years.
Dan wanted me to add that "he is
in failing health and was glad to make the reunion."
by Mary Ann Thompson
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and Dave Griggs in 2003 Homecoming Parade, coming!
Danny and Dave Griggs in 2003 Homecoming Parade,
leads the Class of 1963 into the football game, 2003-10-11.
Classmates with Danny at the 2003 Homecoming
and Mary Ann, just before the final down, Homecoming 2003.
Published Friday, May 6, 2005
Dan E. Thompson, 59, of
Kansas City passed away Tuesday, May 3, 2005. Services will be at 10:30 a.m.
Saturday, May 7, at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Raytown.
Dan was born
Oct. 23, 1945, in Albuquerque, N.M., to Joseph Ellis Thompson and Gladys Louise
He grew up in Columbia and graduated
from Hickman High School in 1963.
worked in the sales industry, he and his family often moved. He was known for
Mary Ann Yearout on July 8, 1978. In November 1988, he was confirmed in Calvary
Episcopal Church in Sedalia.
include his wife; two sons, Charles Curtis Thompson and his wife, Randa, of
Clinton and Jeremy Thompson and his wife, Lisa, of Grain Valley; one daughter,
Danielle Sebring and her husband, Curtis, of Blue Springs; one granddaughter,
Chelsea Nicole Thompson of Clinton; a sister, Judy Ballard and her husband,
Doug, of Columbia; and one brother, Harvey Neal and his wife, Diane, of
preceded in death by his mother; his stepfather, Carl Neal; and a sister, Carla
Splaine of Salem, Mass.
suggested to Good Shepherd Hospice, Shriner’s Children’s Hospital or St.
Matthew’s Episcopal Church.
are under the direction of Heartland Cremation and Burial Society.
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