生活在服务中的生活是生活中的生活。 Tommy Thompson生活在那里。他的家人，他的朋友和他的社区是他喜欢服务的朋友。
Tom was born in Spokane, Wash., on May 14, 1957, to Kenny and Sharon Thompson. He joined siblings Debby, Brian, and Diana. The family moved to Glasgow that September of 1957. Little sister Lisa joined the family in 1967. His father Kenny worked for Jim Archambeault to support his family and ironically, nearly 50 years later, the family owns that business, T & R Trucking. Tom's work ethic was his strongest trait second only to being able to fix anything or figure out a way around those things he couldn't fix. There are few in our community who haven't said, "Call Thompson's, Tommy can do anything." He loved wrestling and was known as the "tall skinny guy with a welding hat." His favorite part of wrestling, other than coaching his own kids, was coaching the little guys who were just getting started. Tom was an expert firefighter traveling to many states with his Caterpillar to overcome the largest blazes. He took pride in the fact that he "saved the town of Landusky" using his expertise and perhaps a little belligerence by taking on government agency rules.
Tom's vision led him to a variety of entrepreneurial adventures including an excavating business, a manure hauling business in 1992 (inspired by a "deal" with Orville Fossum), providing the community with steel when Pacific Steel went out of business and culminating yet again by providing a service to Valley County through T & R Trucking. Tommy's impact on this community himself, and through the legacy of his children, has been immense. Numerous young men and women grew and developed under Tom's watchful eye and "inspiring talks."
除了他的孩子，孙子孙女和孙子，他还幸存了他的妻子44年;他的母亲沙龙汤普森和他的岳父杰瑞·麦克弗森;三个姐妹，Debby Cornwell，Diana（Jeff）博伊尔和丽莎（罗伯特）Legare;一个兄弟，Brian Thompson;两个姐妹媳妇，丹尼斯（杰夫）霍华德和雪莉Baadsgaard;一个兄弟，迈克（Linda）麦克弗森;和许多侄女和侄子。