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  • VFW Post 4262

    Our Father, which art in heaven,

    Hallowed be thy Name.

    Thy Kingdom come.

    Thy will be done in earth,

    As it is in heaven.

    Give us this day our daily bread.

    And forgive us our trespasses,

    As we forgive them that trespass against us.

    And lead us not into temptation,

    But deliver us from evil.

    For thine is the kingdom,

    The power, and the glory,

    For ever and ever.

    Amen.

    With sincere appreciation, we say thank you for all expressions of

    sympathy and the many acts of kindness shown during our time of

    bereavement. God Bless you all for the many acts of kindness and

    expressions of sympathy in our great loss. It means so much to us.

    Please continue to keep us in your thoughts and prayers.

    We are blessed to have family and friends like you.

    Bostick-Tompkins Funeral Home 2930 Colonial Drive

    Columbia, South Carolina 29203

    Willie A. Tompkins, Director (803) 254-2000

    bosticktompkinsinc.com

  • For I am ready to be offered, and the time of my departure is at hand. I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith:

    Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, shall give me at that day: and not to me only, but unto all them

    also that love his appearing.

    II Timothy 4: 6-8 (KJV)

    Daniel Thompson Jr. was born May 5, 1933, in Jenkinsville, South

    Carolina. He was the beloved son of the late Daniel Sr. and Lady Bird

    Burrell Thompson. He entered into his heavenly rest on January 29,

    2018

    Daniel was educated in the public schools of Fairfield

    County, after High School he enlisted in the United

    States Army, serving honorably for 23 years until his

    retirement. During his service, he earned many awards

    and commendations: Parachutist Badge; CRWMP;

    National Defense Service Medal, Armed Force

    Expeditionary Medal, Expert Infantryman Badge; Good

    Conduct Medal Clasp, Bronze, 3 Loop; Vietnam Service

    Medal; Combat Infantry Badge; Purple Heart 1st Oak

    Leaf Cluster, National Defense Service Medal, 1st Oak

    Leaf Cluster; Vietnam Campaign Medal; Silver Star,

    Oversea Bar; Expert Rifle- M-14. After his retirement from the Army, he

    was employed at Fort Jackson Base as a civilian worker.

    In 2006, Daniel was united in Holy Matrimony to Ethel Hazel

    Richardson. He was an active member of Second Nazareth Baptist

    Church where he served on the Greeters Ministry until this health

    declined.

    He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4264, American

    Legion Post 215, Purple Hearts 402, and Disabled American Veterans

    (DAV). Daniel joined the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4262 in 1979.

    He served this organization in the following positions Canteen Manager,

    Activity Chairman, Post Commander, and Trustee. He also held the

    position of Chief of Staff for two years for the State of South Carolina

    Veterans of Foreign Wars.

    Daniel leaves to cherish precious memories, a loving wife, Ethel Hazel

    Thompson; his three daughters by marriage: Tia Richardson (Jeffery) of

    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Jackie Richardson II of Columbia, South

    Carolina, and Sepia Edwards of Shoreview, Minnesota; six grandchildren

    and two great-grandchildren; two brothers, Willie James Thompson

    (Lillian) of Chilhowie, Virginia and Mitchell Thompson (Eloise) of Olive

    Branch, Mississippi; a very special niece, Juanita Thompson of Kingsport,

    Tennessee; three godchildren; as well as other loving relatives and

    friends.

    He was predeceased by two brothers, Ravanell Thompson (Barbara) and

    Jerry Thompson (Dora), a special nephew, Arnold Thompson of

    Nashville, Tennessee; and a dear friend, Arthur Miles of Jacksonville,

    Florida.

    Prelude

    Processional ....................................................................................... Clergy and Family

    Final Farewell to Our Beloved Daniel ............................ Bostick-Tompkins Staff

    Hymn of Praise .......................................................................................... “Every Praise”

    Scripture Readings .................................................................... Bishop Eric B. Morris

    Old Testament .......................................................................................... Psalm 23

    New Testament .................................................................. II Corinthians 5:1-8

    Prayer of Comfort ............................................................................. The Lord’s Prayer Patricia Woodberry, Daniel’s Sister-in-law

    Presentation .......................................................................... VFW Post 4262 Chaplain

    Remarks (two minutes please) ........................................................................... Arthur Miles Lifelong Friend

    Juanita Thompson A Very Special Niece

    Jerome Woodberry Daniel’s Brother-in-law

    Deacon Isaac Moore The Greeters Ministry

    Solo ................................................................................ Pastor Johnny Ray Noble, PhD

    Words of Comfort ..................................................... Pastor Johnny Ray Noble, PhD

    Recessional

    4170 Percival Road • Columbia, South Carolina

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