Kurtis Melvin Thompson Death, Obituary – Kurtis Melvin Thompson, a citizen of Richland Center, passed away on December 11, 2022, at the age of 44, after a gallant struggle against lung cancer. Although he fought the disease with all of his strength, he ultimately succumbed to it and died in the Richland Hospital. On March 17, 1978, in Richland Center, Melvin and Alice (Premo) Thompson became parents for the first time. They named their son Melvin. They are the parents of him.
After completing his studies at the senior high school level, Kurtis immediately entered the labor market. He worked a variety of jobs, putting forth his best effort at each one, in order to scrape together enough money to pay for his schooling. After receiving his master’s degree, he transitioned from his old employment at Walmart in Richland Center to his current position at walmart.com in Arkansas.
This move was made possible by the fact that he was promoted. In 2018, Kurtis came to the conclusion that moving back to Richland Center would allow him to be more conveniently located to spend time with his family. Kurtis worked for Walmart Incorporated for the duration of twenty years of his professional life. Faith, family, and friends were the three most important aspects of Kurtis’s life, and he was deeply interested in all three.
His parents, Alice and Tom Iverson, reside in Centerton, Arkansas. He is also survived by his siblings, Kevin (Julie) Thompson, who resides in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin, and Jennifer Iverson, who resides in Centerton, Arkansas. Karen Thompson (Scott) of rural Ithaca, Wisconsin, Karl (Tiffany) Thompson of Richland Center, Wisconsin, Kent (Bonni) Thompson of Minneapolis, Minnesota, Kerby (Shannon) Thompson of Roseburg, Oregon, Kendy (Herbie) Carter of Richland Center, Wisconsin, and Karl (Tiffany) Thompson of Richland Center, Wisconsin are all members of the Thompson family.
In addition, the deceased individual’s special uncle Tim Iverson, who resides in Westby, Wisconsin, as well as the deceased individual’s grandparents Kathy and Don Iverson, who reside in Mountain Home, Arkansas, and the deceased individual’s aunt Vicky, who resides in rural Arkansas, have all managed to stay alive. Before Kurt was born, his mother Lettie Thompson, his maternal grandparents Alfred and Lettie Thompson, and his paternal grandparents Lorraine and George Premo all passed away. His father Melvin Thompson also died before Kurt was born.
On Sunday, December 18, 2022, at one o’clock in the afternoon, funeral services will be place in the Pratt Memorial Chapel, which can be found at 120 N Park St., Richland Center, Wisconsin 53581; the address is in case you need it. At the conclusion of the funeral proceedings, the body will be interred at the Richland Center Cemetery. Visitation will begin at 11:00 AM on the Sunday, December 18, 2022, and will continue until the time of the service at 1:00 PM. The service will be held on that day. The Pratt Memorial Chapel is going to be the place where the service is going to take place. A livestream of the service will be made available on the internet located at www.prattfuneralservice.com. At this time, the Pratt Funeral and Cremation Service is helping the family with all of their planning requirements so that they can move forward with their lives.