Eleanor (Boothman) Thompson
96, Nanty Glo, went home to be with the Lord February 11, 2020 at home. She was born September 17, 1923 in Barnesboro. Daughter of the late Clifford and Laura (Skirsky) Boothman. Preceded in death by husband Harry Thompson and stepmother Mary Boothman. Eleanor is survived by her sons, Warren (Susan) Thompson, Linstrum, MN and Edward (Brenda) Thompson, Belsano. Grandchildren Nathan, Carrie (Jade), and Donny. Great grandchildren Thompson "Goma" and Opal Eleanor. Teresa, Alice, Trent, and Aiden. Sisters Betty and Gail and brother Warren. She was a member of Nanty Glo United Methodist Church. She was Rosie the Riveter during WWII. She enjoyed crossword puzzles, weekly fish fries with the golden girls and always welcomed company into her home, making them feel like family. Special thanks to Joy, Nadine, Eli, Laura, and other friends and neighbors for all their help over the years. Also to the Nanty Glo United Methodist Church for all their kindness, and Conemaugh Hospice whom made her final days much easier to endure. A Memorial Service will be held Friday, February 21, 2020 at the Nanty Glo United Methodist Church at 12 PM, Pastor Bill Warrick officiating. Bowser Ondriezek Funeral Home, Nanty Glo, are in charge of the arrangements.
Published on February 12, 2020

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Nancy (Straw) Mills
Feb 16, 2020
My condolences to Warren, Susan and family, Ed and Brenda and to other family members. Eleanor was the best friend I could have ask for. She always welcomed me with opened arms when coming home to PA. She will be missed but our hearts will carry her with us forever.
Laura Treese and Steve Whitcomb
Feb 14, 2020
Sweet Tranquility Basket was purchased for the family of Eleanor (Boothman) Thompson by Laura Treese and Steve Whitcomb.  Send flowers
Linda DeRenzis-Sutton
Feb 13, 2020
Our condolences to Ed, Brenda, Warren & Susan and all the family. Eleanor was a very special lady and she'll live in our hearts forever. She'll be missed,but never forgotten. We are blessed to have seen her in October, Eleanor we love you!