THOMPSON Sharon Kay
“NICKI” of Attica, formerly of Waterford, passed away January 23, 2019 at 62 years of age. Loving wife of Paul for 31 years; dear mother of David (Devon) To and Paul Thompson; grandmother of Breanna, Vincent, and Michael; sister of James (Linda) Bronson, Brenda Mass, and the late Edna Bronson. Nicki was a passionate and talented artistic person. Her specialty and passion was portrait painting, but she also was a musician, song writer, and art teacher. A very industrious person, Nicki worked in home healthcare and her own cleaning service. Her flare for life will be deeply missed by family and friends. Private burial will be held at Lakeview Cemetery, Clarkston.
Memorial service will be Saturday, February 9, 2019, 1:00 PM at Waterford Lighthouse Christian, 3584 Lake Oakland Shores Dr., Waterford.
Following service, family will receive friends.
My dear sweet sister in love, my heart is torn
You were my brothers wife for over 30 years and we always knew how much you two loved each other it was obvious in the way you would talk about him when we spoke and we never seen either one of you without the other just a great team!
We loved you dearly and you will be missed!
I will cherish your memory and look after my brother in your absence! Rest In Peace
Heaven gained a beautiful angel!
Nicki, Your beautiful soul is missed so much already! I was thinking earlier today of us taking painting classes together and how much fun and laughter we had, when we drove to all of the McDonald's in Pontiac, Waterford, and Clarkston just to collect all of their beanie babies... who does that? We do and we had so much fun! You made so many people laugh and brought so much peace to anyone who needed to hear your kind words! Not only did you paint on canvas but you also painted a picture with each and every story you told. You had the best true life stories.... from a very rough childhood all the way through your life with both happy and trying times! You are a firecracker with the most loving heart of anyone I have ever met! I love you and miss you so much!! I know God has made a special room for you in heaven where you are 100% pain free, where you can paint the world, and maybe even have your own Gallery! I love you so much mom!!
Alice Spurgeon (To)
Have not seen Nicki for many years but I know her family will miss her. She was a wonderful and fun person. Her paintings are so special. She had great talent. I know she is with our dear Jesus as she loved the Lord. My prayers for peace go out for her family.
In the late 1980's Nicki walked into Waterford Lighthouse Christian Center with her sweet little David in tow. It wasn't long until she had won our hearts and we all walked together as a family, the family of God. We laughed, we cried, we celebrated, we danced, we fellowshipped together. Then she fell in love with a quiet young man in the church family, Paul. The most kind young man you could ever know. It wasn't long until they were married and began to build a life together. They've always been a close couple and I cannot even imagine how you will go forward without your Nicki, Paul. But I know that your relationship with the Lord Jesus will be your source and He will not leave you in this time. David and Paul Jr, your lives are changed now too. You have not walked this path before, but you both have many people who are praying for you, loving you, and will continue as you walk through this valley of the shadow of death. Calvin and I love you guys and we will continue to lift you in prayer. Your sweet Mother has stepped over into the next room with Jesus and she's cheering you on. Another soldier has gone home. Go rest high upon the mountain of the Lord sweet sister. We will see you again someday.
Hi Paul. I am very sorry for your loss. If there is any thing I can do please contact me.