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Allan R. Thompson- May 26, 2018

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Allan R. Thompson

Allen passed away May 26th, 2018 in Reno NV. Allen was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota April 19th, 1954 to Ardith and Everet Thompson. Allen was a 20-year Navy Veteran of the U.S. Navy, after his retirement he started work with the state and retired in 2015.

Allen grew up fishing, hunting and loving the outdoors, and he carried that over into his adult life.

Allen is survived by his wife Beatrice Thompson, two sons; Josh Thompson (Sheri) Jeremy Thompson (Jen), Five Grandchildren, Four great Grandchildren, his stepson Brandon Hooks, Two brothers; Duane Thompson and John Thompson, two sisters; Pat Brink and Pam Thompson.

Services will not be held.



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