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LaDeana Thompson Vance

LaDeana Thompson Vance

Ladeana Le Breton Thompson Vance

July 28, 1938 – October 16-2023

Ladeana Le Breton Thompson Vance passed away Monday, October 16, 2023.  She was born and raised in Tooele, Utah. Later she moved to Kearns where she raised her children with her husband William (Bill) Thompson. She was a terrific cook, homemaker, and loved to continuously decorate her home. She loved to dance and visit with others to tell stories or share an off colored joke.  She loved her two passions her dogs and gardening. 

She is survived by her sister; Carolyn Hoffman and a Brother; Deloy Le Breton, her four children Debra and Mike Butler, Leslie (Kay) Thompson, Scott and Leslie Thompson, Glenn and Remedios Thompson, many grandchildren, nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents Nelda Hanney Le Bretton and William (Pink) Le Bretton, her son William (Mike) Thompson, daughter Janet McEntire, and her three husbands Duane Bowman, William K. Thompson, and Phil Vance, and her many dogs Shautzie, Nuava Jane, Barney Fife, and Bob.

Special thanks to Cottage Glenn Assisted Living Facility for their help and support, with a strong thank you to the staff, and especially Malia Petersen that befriended her and put up with her feisty temperament, we appreciate all that you did for her.

Funeral services will be held Friday viewing 10:00 AM, funeral 11:00-12:00 AM at the Old Grantsville Church, 297 W Clark Street, Grantsville, Utah.   Internment will be at Valley View Cemetery, 4335 W 4100 S, Taylorsville, Utah at 1-1:30 PM

Online condolences may be shared at   435-884-3031


  • Anita Sacre Posted October 17, 2023 1:20 pm

    Sending love & care to Deb, Mike, Glen & Remy, & Lexie. It was great to get to know LaDeana while at Cottage Glen. Loved her stories, and thoughts of the world & family. She gave me many laughs. I hope I was able to brighten her days too. What a beautiful lady. Who loved Beautiful things. She was very proud of ALL her children and extended family. She will love her new environment. That makes me smile and I hope it makes you Smile too.

  • Robyn LeBreton Posted October 17, 2023 7:31 pm

    Dear Aunt LaDeana,
    I will remember you always, I would have loved to had a chance to remince with you & talk of days long ago. Your amazing casseroles! Your beautiful and impeccably kept home, which didn’t end there. You always took such pride in yourself, making sure your hair was done and your makeup was perfect! I will hold on to these memories of you fondly. Rest in peace.
    To the rest of the family. Know we are wishing you peace, comfort, courage, and lots of love at this time of sorrow.🕯️

  • Robyn LeBreton Posted October 17, 2023 7:47 pm

    Thank you for always welcoming us into your home and doing all that you did. Most of all, THANK YOU, for always being there for my dad (Deloy). His life has was better because you were such a big part of it. You are so very loved and will be deeply, deeply missed.🌹

  • Bernadette Thompson Posted October 22, 2023 9:02 am

    I remember Glenn taking me to meet his family and I remember she made chili Verde it was very good, but the one thing that stuck in my mind was the spread of the meal. Honestly growing up poor when my mom cooked it was one thing if my mom made chili Verde we only had chili and tortilla’s and that was it. LaDeana had everything under the 🌞. She will always be my only mother in law.

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