Lisa M. Thomas
1957 ∼ 2019
Tricia High Conover of McKinney, Texas wrote:
Rick and family, What a wonderful tribute you made to Lisa in the Obituary. My prayers go out to all of you. I hope the Friday Celebration of Life is wonderful. My best, Tricia
David and Rebecca Morris of Delaware, Ohio wrote:
So very very sorry Rick for your heartbreaking loss and that of your entire family. Lisa's beautiful obituary paints a vivid and lovely portrait of her wonderful life and family, her many and varied accomplishments, the fun times and family traditions that she and you both celebrated, and her passions and her loves, especially for you dear friend and the children that you nurtured together into adulthood. I dare say that no man could hope for a better person with whom to share his life, and you are indeed fortunate and blessed to have met and enjoyed 24 years of married life together with such a fine and outstanding woman. Your love for and devotion to each other throughout your marriage, and especially during Lisa's illness, is a true testament to the strength of the love that the two of you shared. We offer our sincere condolences to you and your family.
Jan Bunker of San Pedro, California 90732 wrote:
Please accept our heartfelt condolences to Rick and the whole family... Lisa was one of a kind. No one was more genuine, loving, generous, fun- loving, intelligent, committed , thoughtful and kind. We are all lucky to have known her— but we are left without a shining presence in our lives. So sorry we are unable to come to the memorial service— but we will be there in spirit. Love to all of you.....❤️
Cheryl Burchard Hickman of Newark, OH wrote:
Dear family, I am so sorry for your loss. Lifting up the family in prayer.
Nicole C Hopkins of Annapolis Maryland wrote:
Thomas/Wilcox families Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.. she’s a awesome beautiful strong woman... I know she’s in your heart and to me. Sorry for your loss your mom and wife! Her wings are around you all for the children she raised and her closest friends and family who she loved.... I miss and love her my friend.... lots of love always Nicole oxox
Kurt Modlinger of Naperville, IL wrote:
I'm so sorry to hear of Lisa's passing. She was a wonderful person who touched so many lives with her love. I'm one of many who will miss her very much.
Thomas Thomas of Crystal City, MO 63019 wrote:
Rick, I am very sorry about your loss and am sorry that I didn't have a chance to know Lisa better. After reading her obituary I am quite impressed with what an accomplished person she was. Tom
Thomas J Weber of Akron wrote:
Rest in peace great lady, and just know you left a wonderful and inspiring imprint on many of us that will never be forgotten! With fondest memories, Tom and Nancy
Beth Melchiono of Osterville wrote:
Heaven is so lucky to have one of the most kind hearted people in the world.God bless
Peter Garvin of Cincinnati, OH wrote:
Dear Rick and family, I'll always remember Lisa as an exceptionally affable and fun person to be around. I recall several years ago in Las Vegas, at Pack Expo, Lisa hitting it big - forever known as the "Slot Whisperer" Goodbye Lisa rest in peace it was a pleasure to have know you.
Sylvia Vickers of Hinckley ohio wrote:
Please accept my deepest sympathy
I am so sorry for your loss. No words can take away the pain of losing a loved one, but please know that God is with you during this difficult time… I hope it brings you some comfort knowing that your beloved Lisa is in a deep sleep, in peace (1 Thessalonians 4:13,14). Please trust in God’s promise, that we will not be going through this forever; suffering, getting sick, growing old, and dying. There is a hope that God has promised us! Revelation 21:3,4
Alex Salerno of Fairview Park wrote:
I wasn't in the "Click" of the usual office group back then. I was just an employee but Lisa was always kind to me and others. When I think of Lisa, I think of her smiling. I know God is smiling now. Rest in Peace.
Kay M Murphy of Granville wrote:
Dear Rick, I was so saddened to read Lisa's obituary in the Granville Sentinel. I didn't have the pleasure of knowing her but she had to have been an amazing person. My prayers are with you and the children and of course her mother.
Rita Bennett of Sagamore Hills wrote:
Rick, There are no words to describe the sadness I feel learning of the loss of Lisa. She was the most amazing, kind, loving and generous person I have ever met. I will not ever, and cannot ever forget the hours she found to spend with me during my darkest time. Even with her unbelievable hectic and busy schedule, she found time and planned "Rita Day"! I am so blessed to have had Lisa as a part of my life.