Guest Book for Willard A. Thompson

Provided by Donaldson-Mohney Funeral Home

Posted by: John Young
Tue July 07, 2020
My deepest sympathies Carol.  JY
 

 
Posted by: Richard Hibshman
Tue July 07, 2020
Thompson Family,
     My sincere sympathy at the passing of Willard. "Woo" was one of my life-long friends and classmates. He was one of the great trio of Pork, Potts, and Woo. I will miss him so much.  Richard Hibshman  (Porky).
 

 
Posted by: Phyllis Maykowski
Wed July 08, 2020
My deepest sympathy to Willards family. He was a policeman that your family could be proud of. Knew him when he first was on the police force. Sorry to hear of his passing. R.I.P. Willard.
 

 
Posted by: Cindy(Erme)Caputo
Wed July 08, 2020
Sympathies and prayers to the family. God Bless
Cindy (Erme)Caputo
 

 
Posted by: Bill & Alice
Thu July 09, 2020
Thompson Family;
Sorry for your loss, another brother gone.
 

 
Posted by: Earl Simpson
Thu July 09, 2020
Willard will be sadly missed. He was a great man, the best Chief of police that Sharpsville had, and great to hunt with.
 

 
Posted by: Clark Williamson
Fri July 10, 2020
Carolyn, you have my deepest sympathy. Woo was a great guy, I knew him for many years.
                                               Sincerely,
                                         Clark Williamson
 

 
Posted by: Linda Bohach Bellisario
Sun July 12, 2020
Dear Carol, I used to be a neighbor on Ashton Ave.  I lived next to Mrs. Connelly until I moved.  I remember our evenings sitting in her back yard visiting.  I can still see Woo pulling up next to the house in his cruiser.  It was always a comforting feeling knowing that you lived two doors away.  I have thought of you often over the years.  I lost my husband just over a year ago after being married for 32 years.  My deepest sympathy to you and I send you my best thoughts.