Charles Noble Thomas, Jr., 72, of Stone Mountain, Georgia born December 15, 1940, passed away on January 24, 2013; preceded in death by his parents Charles Noble Thomas, Sr. & Emily Thomas, and brother James Thomas. Survived by his wife of 50 years Kitty Marie Marlowe Thomas, brother Tommy Linda Thomas, sister Ann Alan Schiebe, daughter Kathy Ford & husband Alan, son Mike Thomas & wife Sandi, grandchildren Claire Thomas Tidwell & husband Sam, Melissa, Jay, and Cole Thomas, and Glenn Ford, and mother-in-law Kay Marlowe. Mr. Thomas had retired from the Stone Mountain Post Office after 40 years of service. A visitation will be held on Sunday, Jan. 27th, 2:00-4:00pm, at Wages & Sons Funeral Home in Stone Mountain. In lieu of flowers send donations to The American Cancer Society in memory of Charles Thomas and in honor of Claire Thomas Tidwell.

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  1. This world has lost a good man. One who had a joke or one liner for every ocassion. He could always bring a smile to my face and I will miss him. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family.

  2. Kitty I am so sorry to know that Charles has passed. You and the family are in my prayers,and Charles will always be remembered by me as a true friend.

  3. What wonderful memories we all have of this funny and delightful man….bet he is telling a joke to God right now . Ken and Joann Hickox

  4. Kitty, we are so sad to hear about Charles.You and the family is our prayers. If you need anything please call

  5. Charles is a flame that God created to light spirited joy in the lives of a countless many. His life will echo into eternity fueling laughter, love, and wisdom. In the time that I’ve known him, he demonstrated that a single flame can be used to generate the light and warmth of the sun. All it takes is sharing that light with the rest of the world.

    Mr. Thomas we love you and we are all so very blessed to have been in your presence.

  6. To Kitty and all the Thomas’s
    Please accept our condolence. Charles was special to me with many memories of old times past.
    Chip and Sally

  7. my condolences to Kitty, Mike and Kathy. I will never forget Charlie and the times at Pine Lake Baptist Church and the time he showed me how to water ski. He was so good at it he would ski on a piece of round plywood good times, he will be missed

  8. I have such fond, funny memories of Pop..he is such a man of joy and he enjoyed spreading it where ever he would go. I am so sorry for your loss and will be praying for all of you.

  9. We have lost one fine man who loved his family to the fullest. Charles had a wonderful sense of humor and could find something funny in just about anything. Our love to you, KIitty, and to the entire family.

  10. Kitty and family, so sorry for your loss. Charles will be missed, he was a wonderful man. May God bless you with new grace for everyday. You are in our prayers.

  11. Kitty so sorry to learn of Charles passing.Praying out loving LORD will give you and the family strength and comfort in the days ahead.Life as you have known it will never be the same when you loose the love of your life. But we do learn to smile again
    I am here if you need some one to talk to.GOD bless always.

  12. Kitty & family,
    We are saddened to hear of Charlie’s passing. Please know that Sharon & I are praying for you.

  13. Charles is a favorite person of mine. He always was playing a joke and was so much fun. Kitty, I am sorry for your loss. The world was a better place when “Charlie” was here. He will be missed at our next reunion, however
    I am sure he is heaven, playing jokes on all the Angels. Rest in peace Charlie!

  14. Kitty and family-my condolences to you all. I worked as a rural carrier beside Charles for many years at Stone Mountain. We had some really good times. He loved all of you so very much and talked about you all the time. I felt like I knew each of you. Looks like the family has grown since I last saw him. Always remember the good times. That’s what he would have wanted. Praying for Peace and Comfort for each of you.




  16. I’m so saddened to hear the passing of Charles. To remember Charles is remembering a man full of life and fun. He shared his concern for others in a heartful way. I worked with Charles at the USPS and was his substitute carrier for many years. He was a hard dedicated worker and his fun character made work seem less stressful with his sarcasm. One of his sayings I still use today,”Don’t worry about the mule…just load the wagon”. I will miss him very much. Kitty,I’m so sorry for your loss. You will have your blessings of family, friends, and prayers to get you through.

  17. One of the best square dancing friends we have ever met and all around good friend ,God be with Kitty and family

  18. Kitty and family our hearts hurt for the passing of Charles. A wonderful man gone to soon. Our family Thanksgiving reunions will never be the same. He had the warmest smile, the most welcoming hugs, the best jokes, we will miss him greatly. Our love, our thoughts, our prayers are with you all.

  19. Mike, Kathy and Kitty,
    I was sad to hear about Charles. I can’t help but smile when I recall all the great memories he was a part of. I know you and your family will enjoy remembering what a great guy he was.

  20. Mike, Kathy and Kitty,
    I was sad to hear about Charles. I can’t help but smile when I recall all the great memories he was a part of. I know you and your family will enjoy remembering what a great guy he was.

  21. Kitty & your loving family,sorry to hear of Charles’ passing. May the peace of the Lord Jesus be with you today & forever. Blessings to all. Dot Scheibe

  22. Kitty, Kathy, and Mike,
    So sorry to hear of Charles’ passing. I know he is already singing in God’s choir!!! Will always remember the great times at Pine Lake Baptist. We were all a great big family. He will definitely be missed. We love you all. God bless, Love, Doris and Nelson

  23. Aunt Kitty and family, I’m sorry I can’t be there with you all. I would like you to know the first thing that came to mind was the “laughing” song! And of course the creek, the monkey brains, the bee hives, the motorcycle rides, the games in the basement, and so much more. I love you all and may God give you the peace that passes all understanding.

  24. We will surely miss Charles, especially his good humor.! He was a Great American and an outstanding man of Honor.

  25. Charles will be missed. He was always a funny guy and made me laugh. I appreciate all the times you opened your house up to the family for gatherings and remember how much fun they were. My friends still talk about the zip line, the rope over the creek, and the killer volley ball games. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Call me anytime.

  26. Charles will always be remembered for his humor and for being such a great dad and grandad. He was fortunate to be surrounded by such a great family. We were very sad to hear of Charles’ passing and are praying for your comfort during this time.

  27. Steve and I are thinking of you Kitty in this time ofloss and sorrow. We are both here for you if you need ANYTHING! Please do not hesitate to let us know.
    Our Love and Blessings to you. Ricky and Steve

  28. Kitty Mike Cathy and Family sorry here of Mr Charles he was a good man husband and father an family man anything I can do to help the family night or day please call Love you all. Bill. Lynne Jeremy

  29. Kitty & Family Our hearts are heavy for you having to face such a difficult time. The world has lost a good man. He gave Love & Laughter with open arms to everyone : I was lucky enough to be one of those people. He had the gift of making friends & he has left a good memory in all our hearts. You are in our prayers

  30. What a great day of celebration for my father in law yesterday. It went just he would have wanted- a lot of laughter, stories, and tears were shed.
    Pop- gonna miss you – it’s not good bye- it’s see ya later- you’re a good one!

  31. Kitty and Family – I know that the Lord, who is gracious and merciful, will be your Comforter, your Helper, and your Strengthener…now and in the days to come. Praying for you all. Julie Scheibe

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