10/11/2016 – Nancy (Weller) Thompson, Clayton & Watertown

Mrs. Nancy (Weller) Thompson, age 50, of Watertown died Saturday evening at the Hospice of Jefferson County Ellis Farm.

The Funeral will be at 2pm on Saturday, Oct. 15th, at the T.R. Jetty Funeral Home in Clayton, with Ft. Jennifer Kenna rector officiating.

Calling hours will be from noon until the time of the service. Burial will be in Clayton Cemetery.

Nancy was born October 12th, 1965, in Watertown, the daughter of Howard and Phyllis LaFontaine Weller.

She graduated from Thousand Islands High School in 1985.

On June 17th, 1995, she married Thomas Thompson.

Nancy worked at various places in Watertown and became a homemaker due to health reasons.

Surviving besides her husband Tom, is her daughter Heather, who lives at home; her mother, Phyllis Ball of Watertown; one brother John Leclaire of Florida; her step-mother, Mrs. Corrine Borden of Redwood; two sisters, Cristie (Michael) Hunter of Alex Bay, and Wendy (Alan) Morrow of Tylerville; a brother-in-law Mark Marchwicki of Virginia; aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.

A sister, Beth Marchwicki, died in January of 2001.

Donations can be made to Tom Thayer, for her daughter Heather’s schooling, c/o Northern Credit Union in Watertown.


  1. louann brown Posted

    our thoughts and prayers

  2. Rest in Peace Beautiful Soul

  3. Lori J Booking Posted

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family …. Blessings ! Lori and Jim Booking

  4. rebecca hall Posted

    Thinking of you with our deepest sympathy

    Speak Their Name

    Someone I Love has gone away
    And life is not the same
    The greatest gift that you can give
    Is just to speak their name

    I need to hear the stories
    And the tales of days gone past
    I need for you to understand
    These memories must last

    We cannot make more memories
    Sine they’re no longer here
    So when you speak of them to me
    It’s music to my ears

    KP 2013

    Ron, Becky and Phoebe Hall

  5. Valerie Chamberlain Posted

    Phyllis and family…I am so very sorry for your loss…I think that Heather is the baby that I sang to sleep in ASU many years ago while your daughter was having a procedure…a fond memory for me…May God hold you in the palm of his hand…Valerie Reed Chamberlain

  6. Mary Dealing Posted

    Tommy, I am so very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and all of your family. Treasure your memories.

    Mary Dealing

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