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Jessica L. Thompson
March 14, 1995 ~ September 29, 2023 (age 28) 28 Years Old
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Jessica L. Thompson, 28, of Jeannette was called home to be with the Lord Friday, September 29, 2023, due to complications of her illness, surrounded by her family at home. She bravely battled against the relentless challenges of Metachromatic Leukodystrophy (MLD), showing incredible strength and resilience throughout her life. She brought boundless joy and love into the lives of her loved ones. Despite the hardships she faced, her radiant spirit shone brightly, touching the hearts of everyone who had the privilege of knowing her. Jessica was born March 14, 1995, in Monroeville the beloved daughter of David and Debi (Bickerstaff) Thompson of Jeannette. In addition to her parents, she is survived by her brother, whom Jessica was the world to, Robert Thompson and his wife Kayla, two nephews and a niece Gavin, Lilah, and Kasen, her maternal grandfather Robert Bickerstaff, Aunts and Uncles who loved her like their own; Tammy Macias and her husband Juan, Vicki Gamble and her husband Terry and Marc Thompson, and her loving cousins; Seth and Logan Miller, Cody and Mara Gamble and Jimmy Thompson, Megan, and Juan Macias. She was preceded in death by her maternal grandmother who loved her “Dolly” to the moon and back Adrienne Bickerstaff and paternal grandparent Cheryl Thompson, cousins Joel and Rachel Macias. The family would like to thank Jessica’s very special long-time loving caregivers Lisa Saunders, Tracy Tomosovich, Kay Condrasky, and Gretchen Weimer. She will be remembered for her infectious smile, her laugh that could light up a room, and the way she made every day a gift to be cherished. She taught us the true meaning of perseverance and unconditional love. With brave wings, she flies into eternity, leaving behind a legacy of love. At this time there is no plans for a service. To send online condolences visit www.mason-gelder.com.