Jessica Lozoya-Thompson, 39, of Amarillo, passed away on May 1, 2022, surrounded by her loving family. She was born December 25, 1982, in Amarillo, to Jose Luis and Eva (Falcon) Lozoya.
A Funeral Service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 4, at Lighthouse Chapel, 3707 Wolflin Ave. (Across from Tascosa HS Football Field)
The family will receive visitors on Tuesday, May 3, from 5:00-8:00 p.m.at the funeral home.
Jessica was very outgoing. She was loving and kind. She had a contagious smile and she accepted everyone for themselves. She enjoyed making others feel special. She was a jokester and she wanted everyone to enjoy themselves. Jessica enjoyed cooking for everyone, and she enjoyed crafting and planning events. She loved her Lord and Savior. She really loved her entire family, and her fur babies. Jessica always ensured that everyone knew how much she loved them.
She was preceded in death by her paternal grandfather, Manuel, and many aunts, uncles and cousins.
Jessica is survived by her husband, Virgil Lee Thompson, III; a son, Nathaniel Thompson; her daughters, Leighandra, Aleigha, and Kayleeya Thompson, all of Amarillo; her parents, Jose Luis and Eva Lozoya, of Hereford; her brothers, Jeremiah Lozoya, and Michael Lozoya; a sister, Elena Lozoya, all of Hereford, Texas; father-in-law, Virgil Thompson, Jr. and wife, Tammy; a sister-in-law, Krystal Silva, and husband Marcos, of San Antonio; two brothers-in-law, Brandon Thompson and wife Lindsey, of Amarillo, and Charles Thompson of California, as well as several aunts, uncles, cousins, nephews and nieces.
Your kind heart and beautiful soul will remain in my heart. My your wing spread and you fly high.
I love you!
I never had the pleasure of meeting your daughter cousin but she was a beautiful child, we as parents always feel we should outlive our children, but the Good Lord has all our lives already planned. Our prayers to you and Eva her parents and to her Children.
May She Rest In Peace
Jessica , your one of the best sisters a brother could ever have . I have so many wonderful memory’s of you , I’m sorry that I didn’t take more time to with you in your time of need . I all ready miss you so much . Theres
so much for me to tell you . I still think your at home . But your at better home with the Lord . You will always be in my mind , heart , and in spirit . I know you can see what’s going on . From up there . I will miss you always , and never forget you sister . Love you
Big Brother JD
To a beautiful soul, that I had the pleasure to have spent time working with Jessica. You will be deeply missed, may your soul be at peace and your Memory always be in the hearts of who you loved and knew.