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Debbie Thompson

Debbie Thompson, a legal secretary in the Office of the Vice President and General Counsel (OVPGC), died June 4 in Cookeville, Tenn., from injuries suffered in an automobile accident.

"Debbie will be remembered for her cheerful personality, willingness to always help, strong work ethic and caring disposition," says Marvin Krislov, vice president and general counsel. "We miss her every day."

Thompson worked for three years in the OVPGC.

"Debbie touched the lives of many people with whom she worked, and many of us were fortunate enough to call her 'friend.' Her ready laugh and genuine interest in the lives of people around her made her a friend to all who knew her," says Lynette Kosky, Thompson's supervisor in the office.

Thompson was born Oct. 19, 1958, in Meridan, Miss. Survivors include her fiancé, Charlie Stuart of Ypsilanti; her daughter, Brandi Thompson of Canton; and her mother and stepfather, Rebecca and Woodrow Holder of Tennessee.


The Record accepts obituaries from University departments, family members and funeral homes acting on behalf of the family. All obituaries must be for active or retired faculty and staff members.

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