Michael A. Thomas, 54 passed away August 9, 2019. Beloved husband to Christine A. Thomas. Loving father to Nicholas J. Thomas and Sarah R. Thomas. Brother of Robert Thomas, Rex Thomas, Sandra Frytogle, Diane Phillips and the late Carol Brown. Uncle and great uncle to many nieces and nephews.
Mike was born a hero in Alliance, Ohio. He worked as an installer for Crown Heating and Cooling for 32 years. Mike was a family man who loved to coach baseball and watch his children play sports. He enjoyed family vacations at the beach and fishing in Canada. As a Eucharistic Minister he enjoyed bringing communion to the sick. Mike has inspired many by his courage, strength and faith in God.
He is now united with his sister and parents celebrating with family and friends in Heaven.
The family will greet friends Monday, August 12th, from 5-8 pm at the Paquelet-Falk Funeral Home in Louisville, Ohio. Mass of Christian Burial will be Celebrated Tuesday, August 13th at 10:30 am at St. Louis Catholic Church with Fr. Robert Miller and Fr. Tom Dyer officiating. Internment will follow in Union Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations maybe made to Collin Cares Cures Cancer, 1114 North Court St. #103, Medina, Oh 44256. Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family online at www.paqueletfalk.com.
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I first met Mike many years ago when I trained him to be an Eucharistic Minister at St Louis Church! He was such a terrific husband & father! I have become much closer with Chris & Mike as they have faced the challenges of his health these past few years! Both his & Chris’s unbelievable faith have been an inspiration to everyone who knew him! May you Rest In Peace Dear Mike as you Rejoice in Heaven with our Heavenly Father & your beloved family who went before you!
I’m so sorry Chris. I have no words that will help. It was an honor to take care of Mike in his last days and I hope you can find peace with your family.
Aunt Chris, Nicholas, and Sarah,
We are so sorry for this loss. Uncle Mike was such a good, kind soul. May it be that the challenges you faced in these last years are held in healing peace and the joyful times shine brightly. Mike’s gentleness, dedication, and courage will live on. We love you.
Brooke and Ashlee
There no words to say how I feel I worked with Mike at Crown, he was a wonderful person always smiling even when he was sick.
He will truly be missed.
My condolences and prayers to his wife and children!