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Obituary for Bridgett Thompson

Miss Bridgett Thompson 45, passed away at Boston Medical Center on Wednesday August 16, 2023 at 8:20 AM. She was born in Boston Massachusetts to Isreal Thompson and the (late) Jeridene (Pepper) Thompson.

Miss Thompson went to Weston Public Schools until 10th grade, then she transferred to English High School, where she graduated. She worked at Boston Medical Center, dedicating 21 years in the Radiology Department. She started there as a secretary and worked her way up to Risk Analyst and thrived and shined in that department as she “loved it” there. Bridgett was known for her technical abilities, she could take a computer apart and put it back together, with no problem.

Bridgett was also known for her best dish Macaroni and Cheese, a recipe gained from her (late) Aunt Janie P. Smith, and mother the (late) Jeridene Thompson. She did put her own spin on the masterpiece, it was the way she worked the 5 cheeses that she used. When you got a scoop, it was like you swallowed at slice of heaven. When there was a function or event happening, you would just call on Bridgett and she would have it ready.

Bridgett loved life, she was “A happy soul”. She loved to travel and loved her reggae music. Bridgett took pleasure in taking trips to Greenville, S.C. to her mother’s grave to clean off her grave site with dedication for over 30 years. She always took the best of what life had to offer.

Bridgett Thompson is survived by her two sons, Nhaus’er Thompson and Kevin Jhymier Thompson; her father (“Old Man”) Isreal Thompson, and her two sisters; Deborah Thompson and Stephanie Thompson; two nephews; Jaylin Irie Smith Thompson and Taelor O’Neal Thompson; and a niece Zhaun`e Samanthua Keimani Watkins; a granddaughter whom she loved very , very, very much Bria Winter Thompson; and a great nephew Jayon Isreal Smith Thompson; one aunt; Larvenia Pepper of Greenville, SC, two uncles Priestly Thompson and Mae Ola Thompson of Brockton, MA; and Benny Joe Thompson of Dorchester, MA; and a numerous of cousins and a host of friends

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