Willie James Thomas
Date of birth: September 25 1954
Date of death: January 8 2020
Mr. Willie James Thomas of Portland, Oregon was born September 25,1954 in Hope Hull, Alabama to the late Mr. Wadie Thomas Sr. and the late Mrs. Lucinda Thomas.
He made his journey home on January 8, 2020.
Willie enjoyed driving trucks long - haul for many years. You would find him enjoying outdoor activities whenever he could. Willie also liked working on vehicles in his spare time. He was a very kind and loving person and loved interacting with people.
He was preceded in death by siblings Leroy, Voncile and Vontill Thomas.
He leaves to cherish his loving memories brother, Wadie (Lori) Thomas Jr. of Omaha, Nebraska; Lucy D.Thomas of Montgomery, Alabama; Felicia D.Thomas of Montgomery, Alabama; Jacqueline R. (Derry) Reddick of Orlando, Florida; numerous nieces and nephews; aunt's, uncle's; devoted nephews Marvin and Derrick Thomas; devoted niece Thelesia Secret; devoted friend Richard Cross and a host of relatives and friends.
I Second That Loss
A righteous man may have many troubles, but the Lord delivers him from them all.
12 tribute candles have been lit
Candle lit by Emma Thomas Steverson Cuz it's been many years since I last saw you but always think about you. I will always miss you in my heart.
Candle lit by Staff at Crown Memorial Center Our sincere condolences.
Candle lit by Kendra Martin Rip wish I could have met you
Candle lit by Mary Ann Hoaglund His spirit is as free in heaven as he lived on earth!! His mama is hugging her son's neck about now. Love and sympathy to all the Thomas family!
Candle lit by Jacqueline Reddick Rest In Peace brother. I love you.
Candle lit by Lucy Thomas Love you my brother❤❤
Candle lit by Richard pope R.i.p.
Candle lit by Herb Johnson RIP my brother see you soon
Candle lit by Richard Cross We shared a few beers. Willie was always willing to help other people. Move furniture, fix a car or supply a ride he'd be there. Usually a little later than he said but he'd show up. I've seen him give his last dollar to a stranger just before he'd say let's go have a beer, oh, and in case I didn't tell you your buying. He tried to act tough but he was a real softie that always had twinkle in his eye a hearty laugh. I will miss him.
Candle lit by Carol I shall miss you, your beautiful smile & your charming self. Thanks for the memories. Until we meet again.
Candle lit by Aunt Eula James, leaving God's earth is never easy as you leave your family, friends and fun behind, but God's plan is the ultimate.
Candle lit by Jimmy Willie was the hardest working human on the planet. I was looking forward to our next fishing/crabbing trip when he recovered. He did it his way and had fun along the way. May the lord have his arms wrapped around you friend.