Frank G. Thompson, age 81, of Main St., Hartstown, passed away Sunday morning, March 12, 2017 in the ER at UPMC Horizon Greenville.

He was born in Hartstown on January 27, 1936 a son of Forrest and Hazel (Holland) Thompson.  He attended Hartstown Presbyterian Church and enjoyed hunting, fishing, and trapping. He was a self employed carpenter and was the owner/operator of Thompson Builders for 10 years and previously worked out of the Carpenter's Union Local #556 in Meadville.

On July 3, 1983 Frank married Myrna (Palm) Thompson, she survives. In addition to his wife, he is survived by two daughters, Susan Ivie and her husband Darrell of Jamestown, Melanie Thompson of Greenville; a son, Steven Thompson and his wife Wirtie of Medina, OH; a step-daughter, Marla Palm of Conneaut Lake; four step-sons, William Palm and his wife Roz of Warren, OH, Marlon Palm and his wife Sharon of Lansdale, PA, Rory Palm and his wife Teresa of Quakertown, PA, and Robert Palm and his wife Cheryl of N. Wales, PA; a brother Ken Thompson and his wife Vivian of Greenville; fifteen grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents; first wife, Janice (Durst) Thompson-Snyder; a son, Nathan Thompson; a great granddaughter, Janice Faith Soros-Shirey; a brother, Dale Thompson; two sisters, Ida Jean Ellis and Pearl Winkle.



  1. Michelle monnie-Seburn Michelle monnie-Seburn
    March 14, 2017    

    Melanie, I am so sorry for ur loss!! U and ur family our in my prayers.

  2. Anonymous Anonymous
    March 15, 2017    

    Sorry for your loss. May God give you comfort. Bonnie and Harry Beahm

  3. Bob and Pat Bob and Pat
    March 16, 2017    

    Myrna and family. Sorry for your loss. We always enjoyed our time with Frank.
    You are all in our prayers. Sorry we could not attend the service.
    Cousin Bob, Pat, and family

  4. Anonymous Anonymous
    March 18, 2017    

    Sorry for your loss. our condolences and prayers.
    Always enjoyed Frank at breakfast at Stone Arch.
    Don and Janet

  5. Bob and Ann Bob and Ann
    March 25, 2017    

    We all lost a lot with Franks passing. Knowing Frank like I did I can say that Frank had a gruff exterior but could be counted on when needed and could be trusted with ones life. God Bless Myrna and his family and may Frank rest in peace for his journey is complete on earth. With love and respect Bob and Ann Hall.

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