ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, John Thomas Sr, 86 years old, born on October 29, 1935, and passed away on January 2, 2022. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Terissa Clark on January 25, 2022
Our deepest sympathies to Monica and the Thomas family. Will and I send our prayers and love to comfort you.
Posted by Cynthia Mason on January 24, 2022
Daddy I am truly blessed to be your daughter. You have given me a lot of memory in life to keep and to share. You taught me how to cook as a teen in the kitchen with you. The pride you showed having daughters remembering how our hair was done before going outside the house. Growing up our conversations about life were honest and respectful. You always gave the warning you might not want to hear this (truth brings emotions). I am graceful for all the family gatherings you will be missed standing in the kitchen cooking or grilling. Coming over the house sitting outside or in the sunroom just talking and having fun. Being there for your grandkid’s was a joy to see . I will missed our FaceTime, even though you would ask why I am I FaceTiming you because I want to see you.

Daddy life is a journey the love you have for Mom and us ,you endured a lot of medical treatments to stay with us doing your illness over the years. 
Doing your last months with us everyone was there to help Mom with your care. That’s you Daddy everything you have shown us what family is.
I am so grateful and thankful on Christmas Eve I was able to Thank You for being my Daddy and I loved you , you said you were going to be okay and you loved me. Little did we know you went home a week later on Sunday Morning.
Daddy you are at peace now rest , Love Cindy
Posted by Mavis Kelley-Williams on January 24, 2022
Mr. Thomas’ family,
I pray that God gives you strength to get through this difficult time and the peace to remember the memories that you share.
With love, Mavis (Monica’s friend)
Posted by Stephanie Hawkins on January 19, 2022
Uncle Mickey’s quiet love and support is truly treasured. I want to say, Thank You for all you have done for family members over the many years God blessed you in this life. However I want to especially say a deep and heartfelt Thank You on behalf of my dear departed sister Marie. Thank you is really not sufficient, but you were always there when needed! We will miss you and our love for you will remain in our hearts.
May God bless you and the perpetual light of Our Lord shine upon you. Rest in Peace ❤️
Posted by Ann Glover on January 16, 2022
I will miss this man so much. He was such a friend to my late husband (Bob) and to my sons. He was a great family man. We all loved him for his caring ways and friendly smile. RIP Mickey, until we meet again, you will be truly missed.
Posted by Patrick Barnes on January 13, 2022
TRUE FAMILY MAN AND VERY PROTECTIVE DID NOT MISS A THING EVEN WHEN HIS EYES WERE CLOSED HIS EARS WERE WIDE OPEN!!!! LOVED HIS BEAUTIFUL WIFE AND FAMILY DEARLY!!!!!!!! I ONLY GOT TO KNOW HIM FOR A SHORT PERIOD BUT I ENJOYED THE PRESENCE OF MR. THOMAS EACH AND EVERY TIME I CAME IN CONTACT WITH HIM. I WILL MISS HIM VERY MUCH. NOW HE IS WALKING ON STREETS OF TRANSPARENT GOLD IN HEAVEN
Posted by Kathryn Young on January 10, 2022
I will always remember Uncle Mickey for his smile, his sense of humor, and how easy it was to talk to him because I knew the conversation would be honest, and for me, always a conversation worth remembering. What a blessing that he will always be with us as we remember him.

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Posted by Terissa Clark on January 25, 2022
Our deepest sympathies to Monica and the Thomas family. Will and I send our prayers and love to comfort you.
Posted by Cynthia Mason on January 24, 2022
Daddy I am truly blessed to be your daughter. You have given me a lot of memory in life to keep and to share. You taught me how to cook as a teen in the kitchen with you. The pride you showed having daughters remembering how our hair was done before going outside the house. Growing up our conversations about life were honest and respectful. You always gave the warning you might not want to hear this (truth brings emotions). I am graceful for all the family gatherings you will be missed standing in the kitchen cooking or grilling. Coming over the house sitting outside or in the sunroom just talking and having fun. Being there for your grandkid’s was a joy to see . I will missed our FaceTime, even though you would ask why I am I FaceTiming you because I want to see you.

Daddy life is a journey the love you have for Mom and us ,you endured a lot of medical treatments to stay with us doing your illness over the years. 
Doing your last months with us everyone was there to help Mom with your care. That’s you Daddy everything you have shown us what family is.
I am so grateful and thankful on Christmas Eve I was able to Thank You for being my Daddy and I loved you , you said you were going to be okay and you loved me. Little did we know you went home a week later on Sunday Morning.
Daddy you are at peace now rest , Love Cindy
Posted by Mavis Kelley-Williams on January 24, 2022
Mr. Thomas’ family,
I pray that God gives you strength to get through this difficult time and the peace to remember the memories that you share.
With love, Mavis (Monica’s friend)
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Shared by Sheila King on January 15, 2022
Dad Thomas, although you were too young to be my dad (smiles), I've always felt a connection to you as a father figure.  You and Mom Thomas trusted me with your babies when I was 12 years old when you needed a babysitter, which made me feel like a big sister.  You laughed at my corner jokes and told me I should be on TV (so I gently faked sitting on you TV) and you laughed. Thank you for helping me to relax and enjoy my humor.  I remember the first time I went to a cabaret (you and mom T took me), I was really scared and shy, however, you and both pulled that out of me.  I felt kinda grown up and free.  I thank you for allowing me to call you dad because blood doesn't matter, it's what's in the heart that bonds.  We didn't talk alot, but when we did, it was good advise (like you're retired, take a nap during the day and relax) I'm still working on that nap thing.  Miss you Dad Thomas, heaven has truly received a great guy.  I know you're resting peacefully in The Father's Arms.
Shared by JOAN HARDING on January 13, 2022
Uncle Mickey was always the same no matter when you saw him. Smiling, kind and so so Smooth. He will be missed as he is resting in Heavenly peace. I Will remember him with love always ❤