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Friedie and Becky Loescher posted a condolence
Wednesday, April 5, 2017We extend our deepest sympathy to all of the special Thompson family.You have lost a wonderful father,husband, and servant of the Lord. You can be grateful for God's provision for 82 years of such a godly man. It was my privilege to work with him very closely for 15 years on the administration of the College and the Seminary.He taught me much and we as a family will miss him but he is now with the Lord he loved and served. May the Lord prove Himself close to each of you during these days. Warmly- Friedie,Becky,Laurie,Doug,Heidi
John and Gayle Bodin posted a condolence
Wednesday, April 5, 2017God was so good to give us this gentleman, a fine man to look up to.
Craig Kennedy posted a condolence
Wednesday, April 5, 2017Our Filipino partners in ministry were greatly encouraged and challenged through Milo's several visits to the Philippines. We will miss him and his wise and gentle council,
Gil and Marolyn Parker posted a condolence
Tuesday, April 4, 2017Jackie, We have been praying for you and Milo since we heard he was in the hospital. We were so shocked when we heard God had called him HOME. Jackie, I (Marolyn) have been praying for you constantly all day and some of the night. I am so sorry for your loss and pray God will comfort you, with all the family members to help. We are praying also for all the children and grand children. Milo was such a sweet gentle man and will be greatly missed. We will miss him but in such a minor degree as to you all. We know God will never leave you and will lovingly carry you through this unimaginably hard time. Just know our love is always there with you and we will look forward to see you, hopefully in October.
David and Jeaneth Seaver posted a condolence
Tuesday, April 4, 2017Our deepest condolences to Milo's family. Milo was a prince of a man. We have been pastor friends for fifty years. We have had a unique relationship as we have ministered to each other when there were trials and challenging experiences. It has been a privilege to be with, pray for and minister to Milo during his last days. How wonderful it is to know that he is with the Lord whom he loved and faithfully served. Death can hide but not divide; Thou art but on Christ's other side. Thou art with Christ and Christ with me, United in Christ still are we.
David and Janet McClain posted a condolence
Tuesday, April 4, 2017It was our privilege to have Milo first as our pastor at Heritage Baptist Church and then as our president at Baptist Bible College & Seminary. His ministry touched many lives. Please accept our sympathy in your time of sorrow. We look forward to seeing him again in our Eternal Home.
John Norris posted a condolence
Monday, April 3, 2017What a wonderful servant of God! Milo had a profound impact not only on those whom he shepherded as their local church pastor, but also on fellow pastors through his seminars, his work among the students at BBC&S (now Summit U.) and on me personally when he served as the Sunshine State Fellowship of Churches and I served as a pastor in North Port. May God raise up more servants like Milo.
David & Debbie Strope posted a condolence
Monday, April 3, 2017All our prayers for you all as you remember, rejoice and grieve. So glad for our connection to you all and for the opportunity to serve with him as a newbie in Jamestown.
Justin Bleuer posted a condolence
Monday, April 3, 2017I am so grateful for Milo's wise mentoring and gracious encouragement. He was a true man of God, and I already miss him deeply.
Fred and Sue Brock posted a condolence
Monday, April 3, 2017Our condolences to the Thompson family. May the Lord fill your hearts with warm memories of your Dad, husband and mentor.
Pastor Dick Brown posted a condolence
Monday, April 3, 2017To All of The Family of Milo Thompson Our love and sympathy to all of you dear folk at this time. Dick pastored in Marathon, New York at First Baptist Church. We will continue to pray for the Lords healing on your behalf.......Lovingly, Dick & Joyce Brown