Andrea Campbell Thompson

Born: Sat., Feb. 16, 1980
Died: Wed., Nov. 29, 2017


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Andrea Campbell Thompson, 37 of Kokomo, passed away at her home November 29, 2017 after an extended illness. Andrea was born in Kokomo, Indiana in 1980.

A bookhound, movie buff, and film critic from a young age, she was well versed in literature and could always be counted on for a humorous and often sarcastic quote for any situation. A lifelong fan of The Muppets and Star Wars, her enthusiasm led her to meet several of the actors and creators over the years as she enjoyed collecting memorabilia and autographs. She had a passion for food and loved trying new recipes and cooking for family and friends, never shying away from exploring new techniques or flavor profiles. She graduated with a practical nursing degree from Ivy Tech Community College and worked as a pediatric nurse whose bright personality could instill confidence in the most timid of little patients, a strength always present as she bravely faced her own challenges.

She is loved and remembered by her mother Lucinda Campbell, sisters Amy Healton and Amanda Campbell, niece and nephew Georgia and Campbell Healton, and grandmother Catherine Steiner.

She was preceded in death by her father George F Campbell Jr.

A private family memorial service will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers,  Memorial contribution made to the Kokomo Humane Society. Online condolences may be made at www.hasler-stout.com Hasler - Stout Funeral Home Greentown is assisting the family with arrangements.

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Tawna Goad
   Posted Mon December 04, 2017
Cindy & Cathy,
So shocked and saddened by the passing of Andrea. My heart goes it to you. May God strengthen you and bless you through the this difficult time.

Andrea Casey
   Posted Mon December 04, 2017
To the Family of Andrea Thompson,
While I did not know Ms Thompson, I have experienced the loss of a loved one. It is obvious from the loving and thoughtful expression that she will be greatly missed. It is times such as this that reminders of God's promises regarding death and the resurrection serve to provide hope and a measure of comfort. (Jeremiah 29:11)
It is comforting to know that death was not God’s purpose for mankind and his purpose has not changed. God’s word says 'death is an enemy' and promises it will be 'brought to nothing'. (1Corinthians 15:26) Psalm 34:18 says, "Jehovah is close to the brokenhearted; He saves those who are crushed in spirit." So, God does care about our pain and grief so much so that he guarantees the restoration of life.
Further, Jesus said, “I am the resurrection and the life. The one who exercises faith in me, even though he dies, will come to life...” ( John 11:25) Jesus not only spoke of the coming resurrection (John 5:21, 28, 29), he himself was resurrected by his Father and performed many miracles including resurrections. So, all resurrections took place here on earth giving us assurance of what is to come.
God guarantees us that the grief and sorrow we experience is temporary. (Revelation 21:4) Because God is a promise keeper (Titus 1:2), we have the prospect of seeing our loved ones again! (Acts 24:15)
As you cherish the many fond memories of Ms Thompson, may Jehovah God continue to bless your family in the days to come.........

Peggy Faulkner BSN RN
   Posted Tue December 05, 2017
The Nursing Honor Guard serving North Central Indiana would like to express our heartfelt sympathy to the entire Thompson family. We are thankful for Andrea's strength, wisdom, soothing words, compassion, gentle healing hands and love of nursing. Please know that 70 nurses in North Central Indiana are praying for your loved one.

Josh Mast
   Posted Wed December 06, 2017
Andrea was one of a kind. She was never really bashful and always had great sarcasm and wit. Her and I were similar in our love of movies and ability to remember trivial parts that others would easily forget. I had spoken to her recently and she had mentioned to me how great she felt since she had finally found someone who loved her for her...and that she genuinely loved back. Her words were these: "....Then I put my life back together. Three months later, and by pure chance, I found a man who treats me like gold, and who I actually love. My motto has become: my health absolutely sucks; my life is amazing." If nothing else, there is comfort in knowing that she shared big love and that she was truly happy with her life. My condolences to her family and loved ones.

Mae Sandberg and Family
   Posted Wed December 06, 2017
Our deepest condolences to your family on behalf of ours.
Sending love and light to you.
Mae, Mike, Olivia, and Elise

Courtney Penn
   Posted Wed December 06, 2017
Sending virtual hugs from the Penn family,

Courtney, Jamaal and Braxton

Gloria hetzner
   Posted Thu December 07, 2017
Dear Cindy, Cathy and Family,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this dreadful time. Andrea’s obituary was a wonderful testimony to her! I pray God keeps you strong as you grieve and try to come to grips with the loss of your daughter, granddaughter and sister.

God bless and keep you all,

John and Gloria