• Thomas, Sr., John M.

    January 4, 2017
  • Ypsilanti Twp.,

    Age 82, passed on January 4, 2017.  Public viewing will be held on Friday, January 13, 2017 from 4 – 7pm at Ekklesia Fellowship Ministries, 123 N. Adams St., Ypsilanti.  The funeral service will be Saturday, January 14, 2017 with the family hour at 10 am followed by the service at 11 am also at Ekklesia Fellowship Ministries.  Burial in United Memorial Gardens, Plymouth.  Arrangements entrusted to C&H Community Home for Funerals, 411 S. Adams St., Ypsilanti.  Please sign his guestbook below.

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    You have earned your wings my dearest great uncle, John M. Thomas, Sr.. We love you and we celebrate your life! - until we meet again! - your great nephew, Pee Wee and family

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    You've lived and accomplished Uncle Nap. Spread your wings and enjoy the rest of the family on the other side. I'll never forget the things we talked about. Much Respect from your nephew

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    RIP....Uncle Nap...May these guide you safely to your heavenly home.

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    Grandpa you will be missed. I will never forget the sleepovers Johniese and I had at your house. The fish fries, shopping and you having us eat grits without sugar. Say hi to daddy John Jr. for us. Love You Always, Your Granddaughter LaKory Thomas-Fusick

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    R.I.P Uncle Nap! I know you are sleeping peacefully!That day will come when our Lord will say to you "Well done my good and faithful servant" you've earned your wings uncle! I love you and thank you for always being so kind to me. You will live forever in our hearts.❤

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    R.I.P Uncle Nap! You are resting peacefully. I know that day will come when you will heard these words "Well done my good and faithful servant!" You have earned your wings uncle. I love you! You will live forever in our hearts.❤

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    To the Thomas/Smith families. My prayer for you is that God of all comfort will comfort and strengthen you now and always.

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    As a colleague and friend of Shirley Thomas, I know how much Uncle Nap was beloved by the Thomas family and other family and friends. I wish all of you God's abundant blessings during this difficult time.

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    John, you were one of the most admired and fantastic people I know. You always had a smile and kind words. You will be Dearly missed. Take care my Friend until we meet again.

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    To the Thomas, Smith and other family members, thank you for sharing such a amazing gentleman as"Uncle Nap". May God bring peace knowing that God has gained another angel. Love and blessings Karen

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    Please accept my sympathy on the home going. God bless you. A good soldier gone home. Odessa Smith

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