Roberta 'Bertie' Jean Thompson, age 76, was born January 30, 1943 in Bath, NY and died February 16, 2019 at her home in Bath.
Roberta ‘Bertie’ Jean Thompson, age 76, was born January 30, 1943 in Bath, NY and died February 16, 2019 at her home in Bath. She graduated from Haverling High School in 1961. Bertie retired from Philips Lighting in Bath. Bertie was an avid reader. She enjoyed putting on retirement parties for coworkers. She loved spending time with her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren whenever she could. She loved her time out in the sun, attending dance recitals as she loved to dance was she was younger. She also loved All things Elvis.
She was predeceased by her parents Ernest and Cleone Shaut, brother Teddy Shaut, brother-in-law, Robert Vanderhoef and great grandson Jaydan Posten. She is survived by her children; Teresa and Ben Brockway of D’Iberville, MS and great grandchildren, Charles and Lillian, Troy and Robin Thompson of Bath, NY, Andrea and Scott Allison of Addison, NY and grandchildren, Morgan and Chase, Susan and Steven Lester of Claremont, NC, Kelly and Joe Fessey of Mauston, WI and grandchildren, Aiden, Shawn and Keegan, Jessica and Joshua Doren of Lawrenceville, PA and great grandchildren, Rowan and Ada, and Joshua Thompson of Gauthier, MS. Her adult grandchildren, China Davenport of Gulfport, MS, Gabriel and Angie Brockway of LaQuinta, CA, Levi Brockway of Atlanta, GA, Hope Mosher of Beaver Dams, NY and great grandchildren, Elizabeth, Rebecca, Lindsey and Johnny, Holly and Justin Posten of Horseheads, NY and great grandchildren Justin and Jordan, Ashley and Brian O’Reilly of Catawba, NC and great grandchildren, Jon, Layla and Finn, Michael Dean of Clarement, NC and Alexander Dean of Newton, NC, her sisters, Barbara Vanderhoef of Addison, NY and Beverly and Harold Risley of Rathbone, NY, sister-in-law, Mary Shaut of Bath, NY and many nieces, nephews and their families. Arrangements will be held at the convenience of the family. Burial will be in St. Catherine’s Cemetery, Addison, NY. Condolences may be made at www.fagans