February 10th 1962 – January 31st 2022Ronniekay “Runt” Thompson, 59, passed away Monday January 31st 2022 in Nampa Idaho.She was surrounded by family.Ronnie was born on February 10th 1962 to Clyde and Hilda Dean. She had 6 siblings. Ronniekay was born in Moscow Idaho. Ronnie was a wonderful, caring woman who loved many things in life. She loved being around family. Even though she was the most stubborn lady at times, she would also give you anything you needed if she had it. She is also known for adopting the neighborhood kids. She was MOM to everyone. Ronnie would always be there if you needed to talk or simply just a shoulder. She especially loved her teddy bears and Pepsi. She would always say “It’s not blood in my veins, it’s Pepsi!” In 1995 she married Jerry Thompson, who together loved life and made many adventures. Ronnie was outgoing and full of life and could make anyone smile.She is survived by her husband Jerry Thompson. Her sisters, Wendi Sackman, Lori(Tom)Boots, CandyJo Ruehle. Her children are Tanya (Dave)Aughenbaugh, Bryan(Sami)Coak, Alaina(Kenny)Gish, Jeremy(Vanessa)Coak. Her grandkids, Chris, Morgan, Tristan, Madison, Kyle, Cassie, Jaxson, Adelynn, Declan. As well as many of her family and friends.Ronnie is joining her mom and dad. Her brother and sisters, and Mr. Bill. She is also joining many of her family and friends. Her pups will be there waiting as well.Ronnie will live through those who loved her. She will be greatly missed and loved forever.FLY HIGH PRETTY LADY
Epitaph- By Merritt Malloy
When I die
Give what’s left of me away
And old men that wait to die,
And if you need to cry,
Cry for your brother
Walking the street beside you.
And when you need me,
Put your arms
And give them
What you need to give me.
I want to leave you something,
Look for me
In the people I’ve known
And if you cannot give me away,
At least let me live on in your eyes
And not your mind
You love me most
Hands touch hands
By letting bodies touching bodies,
And by letting go
That need to be free.
Love doesn’t die,
So, when all that’s left of me is love,
Give me away.
Miss you so much. You took me in and showed me a better side on life. Ill always be your butthead. Love you mom.
I felt how warm and wonderful she was through this most amazing eulogy of her through her family’s love. Fly high! Fly well…
Ronnie Kay was one of the best friends I have ever had. Kind considerate funny and even mean at times. I loved that feisty about her. I know she is saying don’t mourn for me I’m not mourning for her I am mourning the loving spirit that is leaving my life. You will be missed greatly and I will see you in heaven
Aunt Ronnie was one of my Favorite family members. I know I’ve spent lifetime ignoring that side of the family and I have my reasons full of pain- but for the little I’ve spent she was that burned in my memory. He smile will always live on. Her heart of gold. She showed me love that she didn’t have to. She made me feel welcome in times of awkwardness and loved me when others showed me the door. She is a true angel and will be dearly missed. She made a mark on my heart and tears fall for her in my household. I’m sending my love and prayers for your family to heal the best way you know how. Maybe someday we can be family- as Ronnie would have wanted to be. I’m trying to change, it’s not easy doing alone- this step alone- for you Auntie- I love you to the moon and back. You will be missed forever and a day.
Thank you for being my friend. Save me a house up there by you. I love you always
She. Was my friend. We worked together at zWalmart. RIP. My friend. Will miss you forever.
She was a beautiful soul., and an absolutely wonderful lady. Bless her and her family