September 29, 1954 ~ January 15, 2022

Born in: Linton , IN
Resided in: Bicknell, IN

Janice Elaine Westfall Thompson passed away from this life on Saturday, January 15, 2022, at the age of 67 in Vincennes, Indiana after a long battle with cancer. She was born on Wednesday, September 29, 1954, in Linton, Indiana.
Those left to cherish her memories include her best friend and love of her life Ronald Thompson, ten wonderful children Alan Westfall wife Missy, William Clark, Adam Clark wife Megan, Kenneth Clark, Scott Clark, Stacy Carver, husband David, Crystal Carroll, Autumn Robbins husband Bill, Tonya Riker, Chasity Thompson, Nineteen grandchildren, one great-grandchild, one brother Russell Westfall, one sister Theresa Westfall, along with numerous nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends.
She is preceded in death by her father Charles Ray Westfall, mother Joann Harper Westfall, one brother Charles Ray Westfall, along with other family members.
Janice after growing up in Linton Indiana she later in life moved to Bicknell, Indiana, and married the love of her life and best friend Ronald Thompson on September 18, 1987. That was the happiest day of her life. Ronald loved the hell out of that woman. He would do anything for her. They have been married now for 34 years and still going strong. Janice loved cooking for all her family and friends. Cleaning was an everyday job for her. She loved to clean the house. Janice loved her coffee and enjoyed the outdoors, especially working in her garden that was her passion. BINGO is her favorite game she took it very seriously when she played. Janice Elaine Westfall Thompson was a friend to everyone who came into contact with her. Loving her family and spending time with them was very important to her! She will be deeply missed by all!
Celebration of Life for Janice Elaine Westfall Thompson will be held at a later date.
Online condolences may be made at www.goodwinsievers.com



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  1. So sorry for every body loss Janice was a very good woman I haven’t seen her in years she had a heart of gold now no more suffering RIP my friend .Love Cheryl Bilskie “Shortie”

  2. Many prayers for family and friends.. Such a sweet woman.. Will be missed but never forgotten❤
    Jon and Jessica McConnell and family

  3. Janice was my very first friend when we moved to Indiana. We first met working at Jim and Amy’s Pizza. We just clicked and were friends ever since. She was the first one on board when I decided to open the café downtown and she taught me so much…. Times I’ll never forget. She and Rusty always just seemed to be there when I needed someone there most. Another life gone too soon. I will miss her dearly. May you Rest In Peace Janice. You will never be forgotten

  4. I love you so much grandma. i sure will miss you so much. be with me forever my beautiful angel ❤️.

  5. So very sorry for the passing of a beautiful woman. I have known her and Rusty forever and my prayers are for the family.

  6. I’m so sorry for your loss…she was a wonderful, caring woman..she will be missed…hugs, love, and prayers go out to the family

  7. Sorry for y’all’s loss. I will miss seeing her smiling face coming into chuckles. She was always so nice. Sending prayers and love.

  8. Rusty and family, my heart is breaking for you. We have been friends since we were young teens. Every time I would run into Janice we would stop and talk and catch up on our lives. The saying is true…only the good die young. Janice was one of the best!!! God has gained an awesome Angel!!! ❤

  9. MOM
    I wish you wouldn’t have left so soon we still had alot of memories to make. The memories I do have i will never let go good or bad. You were always there for me when I needed you. When I was going through hard times you were my rock and when I just wanted to say hi you would have a way to make me laugh. Cause dad did something stupid he shouldn’t have but you were always there . Now you’re gone gone forever and im gonna miss hearing your voice. I don’t think I will ever get use to you being gone but I have to find a way to live with it. Check in on me time to time . May the sun always shine on your face and the wind always be at your back. I love you mommy and don’t worry dad will be fine..

  10. Rusty, I’m so sorry for your loss. She was a good lady, and she also took great care of you. When you lived at Bicknell Manor, your apartment was spotless. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

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