Condolences for Edward Joe Thomas

David and Teresa Maynard posted on 7/20/15

Dear Family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We enjoyed getting to know Joe and all of you. He will be greatly missed. Blessings, David and Teresa Maynard

 

Kerry Patterson posted on 7/20/15

Nellie, Kerston and family, may God bless you during this difficult time. Candis and I are praying for you.

 

Debbie Hollifield posted on 7/20/15

Praying for your family Kerstin. I am sorry for your loss.

 

Kay & Rodney Orr posted on 7/20/15

Dear Joe... Thank you for all you gave in life. You meant so much to others and others meant so much to you. Thank you for all the love you gave to my son and our beautiful granddaughter. Your candle will continue to burn forever in memory of your smile and kindness. You will sorely be missed and always loved.

 

JOEY BROWN posted on 7/21/15

MY HEART IS BROKE JOE WAS LIKE AGREAT FRIEND WHO HAD AHEART OF GOLD IT WAS AN HONER TO KNOW JOE AND WORK WITH WILL MISS MY GOOD FRIEND GOD BLESS JOE

 

Cami Shelton posted on 7/21/15

I am sorry to hear about Joe. I enjoyed working with him. You could tell tell when he was up to something. His eyes would twinke & he would be grinning from ear to ear. My thoughts & payers are with you.

 

Linda McCurry posted on 7/21/15

So sorry for your loss Nellie and family. My thoughts and prayers are with you ! Linda McCurry

 

Josephine Clark Whiteside posted on 7/22/15

Nellie, I am so sorry to read of your loss. I am thinking of you and your family and praying for Our Lord's comfort.

 

Sarah Brown posted on 7/22/15

Joe was a great guy! I enjoyed so much working with him at Carepartners! He will be missed!

 

Robin Fox posted on 7/22/15

I worked with Joe at CarePartners. He always had a smile on his face and would do anything he could to help. He used to golf with my uncle Ronald Rhymer. We all just loved Joe. I am so sorry for your loss! He will be missed by many!!

 

Jim Casada posted on 7/23/15

I have fond memories of Joe from our high school days together, but something he did many years later left a real impression. When my father was at Tom's Rehabilitation Center in Asheville, where Joe worked, Joe would stop by regularly to spend a few minutes chatting with Daddy. It was kind and very uplifting for my father. My sympathy goes out to all his family.