Florence Cornelia Thompson
December 21, 1932-December 15, 2022
Florence Cornelia Thompson, 89, of Henrico, passed away on Thursday, December 15, 2022.
She leaves behind four surviving children, Ivan Thompson, his wife, and his two children; Kenneth Thompson, his wife, and his three children; Renee Agard, her husband, and her four children; and Crystal Thompson.
A memorial service will be held at 10 am on Friday, December 30 at Affinity Funeral Service Richmond Chapel, 2720 Enterprise Pkwy. Richmond, VA 23294. The interment will be private.
My dear Aunt C. Family, my heart is broken and I am so sadden for our loss. What a truthful and honest woman that I will truly miss. Thank you, Aunt C for the many laughs , good times and family memories. RIP
Aunt Cee my heart is so heavy with knowing you are gone, I will miss our long talks and your warm smile but I have peace with knowing you are at peace. Please tell my daddy Tippy and my sister Patricia that I said hello, I know you are all rejoicing. Rest in Heaven auntie.
To my precious dad’s twin, Aunt Cee, I am going to miss you. My heart is heavy but my soul is at peace knowing you are with the Almighty in his Kingdom.. Please tell my dad and mom and the rest of the family I said hi and I miss them and love them. *Christopher Forever*
Grandma Flo I have been missing you dearly. Your laugh, your voice, your jokes, your words of encouragement. Deep inside I can still hear those words and phrases. We will push through knowing that is what you would say to us. It is tough but it will be done over time. Love you always and thank you for everything.
Thank you, Aunt C, for always welcoming me into your home during my visit to Richmond, I know I’m not Blood relative, but you always treated me as though I was, your kindness, and your gracious hospitality was unmeasurable, may you Rest in that Beautiful Heavenly Garden of Peace. Love Bobbie (your niece Jeanelle Bestie)
Aunt C, (My Great Aunt), you were beautiful in spirit and in life. We are heartbroken, but you will never be forgotten. You were always present, loving & supportive of your family. You were such a strong woman. May God unite you with all your loved ones in heaven. My deepest condolences to all that were close to you & the ones you cherished.
Momma, I miss you so much. My heart hurts for you all day long, even under my smile. Thank you for raising my son, Anthony, into a beautiful person. I cannot thank you enough. Momma, you were the foundation of our family, through the ups and downs. You kept us strong with your talks, laughter, and caring. If anyone wanted to know about the Christophers or the Thompson’s “Aunt C”, they called you, would you know. But as for me, you are my momma and I feel it helps a little to know that you are resting in the arms of an angel.
I worked with Florence for a lot of years at Anthem (Blue Cross). She was a dear lady and she and I talked nearly every day. Everyone there loved Florence. Rest in peace in the arms of your savior dear lady. I am proud to call you my friend.