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Obituary for Leopold Thompson

Leopold Thompson was born March 2, 1937 in Montego Bay, Jamaica. He came to the United States in 1967 and lived here his entire adult life. He created a family here and planted his roots here. He is known throughout the community as Pops Silver Fox, or Bobby. He worked for Boston Edison, Logan Airport and a newspaper company. But he was best known as a delivery driver for local restaurants throughout the community where he made many friends.

He was always willing to lend a helping hand to his children. He was an amazing father, always making you laugh and always had a story to tell you about his past. Leopold enjoyed spending time with his kids, taking walks, sitting in the local park, watching soccer games, watching sports and talking about it with his daughter and son (Carmen and Terrance), having a morning cup of coffee, talking about space, and watching game shows with his daughter Felicia.

No amount of words can explain how great the loss of this man! Life continues however and the Leopold legacy will live on. He is greatly and deeply missed by his children and friends. To know him is to love him! Although he didn’t come from much, he created family with his former spouses and the community in which he lived. Leopold, you will be greatly missed and forever loved, and held near and dear to everyone’s hearts.

Leopold leaves behind six children: Carmen Thompson, Felicia Thompson, Terrance Thompson, Michael Thompson, Rohan Thompson, Gillette Maureen Thompson; 10 grand children: Elijah Wallace, Niah Hooker, Felice Buchanan, Noah Depina, Micheala Thompson, Maya Thompson, Jacob Thompson, Jaden Thompson, Rohan Thompson Jr., Christopher Thompson; three nephews and his former spouse, Carolyn Hall. He is pre-deceased by his sisters, brother and mother.

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