Janeal Thompson was born in Twin Falls Idaho December 9, 1948, to her parents Harris and LeOra Williams. She was one of 5 Children. She married her husband, Mark Thompson on June 29, 1993. Janeal was a sweet and gentle woman who was loving and kind to everyone she met. An amazing wife and mother to 2 boys, Brian and Spence. She told me once that she knew in her heart she was always born to be a mother. she had a way of reminding people, that you never knew what someone else was going through, so to be kind and never place judgment on others. After retiring from the Bureau of Land Management in 2007, Janeal loved to spend time with her husband, her dog Moab and her Granddaughter, Baylee. One of Janeal's greatest joys in this life was Baylee. the time they would spend together were often noted as some of her very best days. An accomplished seamstress, she not only made many clothes for Baylee, but she also took the time to teach her how to sew. They would spend hours together crafting, reading, making new and interesting types of slime, and playing card games together. Janeal had a special love for all creatures furry. She had a special relationship with her cats and her dogs throughout the years, each one just as special as the next.
Janeal is survived by her husband Mark, her Daughter-In-Law Danni Timms and her husband Ken, her Grand Daughter Baylee and her grandsons Laykin and Landyn, Justin, Amber, Jack, James, Koski, Barry, Doreen, Montie, Thompson, Miriam and Family and of course her dog Moab. and other friends Collen and Bonnita.
She is preceded in death by her Parents LeOra & Harris, her 2 Sons Brian and Spencer, and many fur babies that have passed over the rainbow bridge throughout the years.
Thanks, Justin, Amber, Jack, James for your visits.
Dont forget to give your loved ones a hug even if its a side hug one never knows how long they will be around.
Janeal died of heart failure it was fast only found out about it 4 days before she passed.
In lieu of a funeral service, a celebration of life will be planned for the Spring of 2021.
We love you to the moon and back, and all around the stars...
To the Milky Way and Back Into your heart!
For Ever & Ever.
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I am so sorry for your loss. She was truly an amazing lady that had so much love for everyone. It was a pleasure to know her and be accepted by her whenever I saw her. I am so happy I stole one last hug from her in May even though I was not suppose too. I will cherish that hug forever. She will always be in my heart.
Sending you love, strength and a big hug
Although it has been several years since I seen my dear friend Janeal, it was a shock to hear of her passing. We worked together in BLM for many years and were good friends, seeing each other on a daily basis. She was a kind person and always greeted me with a smile. To her family I pass to you my sincere condolences and good will and pray that you will do well in the future. Peace be with you.
Phil J. Garcia