Lawsey Shyrone Thomas, Sr (63) passed on June 28, 2018 at 2:15 pm in a local hospital. He is survived by his wife, Lucille J. Thomas, daughter, Amanda Speight-Thomas, sons, Melton Bailey, Rodney Bailey, sisters Amanda Thomas and Rhnee Bowers and a host of grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

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  1. Lucille, may you be comforted by your family and friends during this most difficult time. May you feel God’s presence surround.

  2. They cried to the Lord God in their distress; He rescued them.
    He calmed the Storm to a gentle breeze,
    and the rage of the sea was stilled.
    They were joyful that the Seas were calmed,
    and that He brought them to their peaceful destination.

    Godspeed Chief Lawsey Thomas, faithful servant of God, Family, and Country.

  3. Rest well Professor Thomas. Thank you for candid, yet real conversation about Human Resources.

    Teachers come and go

    But their memories are forever

    The lessons that they teach

    Are forgotten never

    Teachers keep changing

    Every now and then

    But great ones are remembered

    Time and again

    Farewell

  4. I will never forget your passion for football and your beloved Dallas Cowboys. You held that passion in all that you did in Talent Acquisition. This blue candle signifies the Cowboys colors and one true fan. You will be missed.

  5. My heart is broken for my child. She lost two great men in her life in less than a year time. What do you said to 18 year old girl that lost her father and now her grandfather. May God continue to bless and comfort his wife and the rest of the family in there time of need. Najiah Greene-Thomas now has two angel watching over her….RIP Mr. Lawsey Thomas.

  6. Me and my family wish to thank you for sharing this wonderful man during many Pathfinder practice of drill team marching nights. His presence was always a reason for my two boys to want to participate. He made our family feel like we belonged. We will keep you,his family, in our prayers and we will never forget this wonderful man of God. Our sincere love and thoughts of sympathy as he thought us go out to each of his family.

  7. Lucille, my heartfelt condolences goes out to you and your family. God blesses those who mourn, for they will be comforted

  8. Lucille, We are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you and your family. I (Judy) appreciated Lawsey’s willingness to help when asked at our Georgia Cumberland Camporees when we were coordinators. God bless.

  9. Our Dearest Lucille and Family
    Our hearts are sadden and we are speechless to hear about the shocking loss of Elder Lawsey Thomas. We started out together so many years ago. He was in our Wedding and we shared many fond Memories in Your Home.
    He also graced our Home in many different States during our Ministry and spent the day with us. These Memories will always be cherished.
    We will miss his quiet, stately presence. You, our Dear SiStar Lucille, don’t ever forget, he might have passed away, but his love will stay with You forever.
    Wishing You peace to bring comfort, courage to face days ahead, and loving memories to forever hold in Your hearts.
    “THE MOST HIGH” have all of You in HIS arms, now and forevermore.
    Lovingly Summited,
    James, Angela,Wesley & Sis. White

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