Obituaries

William E. Thomas – 8/12/2022

August 16th, 2022

“If your nose is running and your feet smell, you might be upside down.” -William E. Thomas

William E. Thomas, 57, of Wilmington, DE passed suddenly the evening of August 12, 2022 at home. William was born at Crozer Chester Medical Center in Chester, Pennsylvania on November 30, 1964.   He finished high school at Howard High in Delaware in 1982. He enlisted into the United States Army, First Calvary. While stationed in Texas, Will refined his dislike for the Dallas Cowboys. After leaving the military he started his career at the United States Postal Service.

Will loved his wife Cynthia and his daughter Bronwyn. His favorite thing was Eagle Sundays, but he watched any and all sports even ones that were lesser known. He loved anything competitive, even in everyday life. He knew any classic rock trivia and words to every song.  He loved to travel and see new things. Will would find an Eagles fan anywhere (GO EAGLES!) and would not be happy when they didn’t respond the same.  He would make a new friend anywhere by offering a helping hand or a laugh (whether they wanted it or not).

He is survived by his wife Cynthia Thomas and their daughter Bronwyn N Thomas; sisters, Jackie (Bob) McCardle, Bonnie Rhoades, Becky Thomas; and his nieces. He was preceded in death by his mother, Diane Carrafa; his father, Earl Jackson Thomas; step-mother, Fran Thomas.

His funeral service will be held on Thursday, August 18th at 11am at the Joseph A. Ward Funeral Home 1459 Market St. Linwood, Pa.  Friends and family are invited for visitation from 10-11am.  Burial will be private.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to your favorite charity in Will’s name.

 

12 thoughts on “William E. Thomas – 8/12/2022

  • By Bobbi and Will McClay on

    PLease accept our prayers and condolences during this very difficult time .Although we did not know Will it sounded like he enjoyed life and was a loving Husband ,Dad , brother and friend .

  • By Lee Tadalan on

    Had the pleasure of knowing Will T. thru the Lefty’s Over 50 Softball team. He was a great teammate and supported the team in any way possible. We will surely miss his humor and fun personality. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends.

  • By Florence (Garrity) Harris on

    You were always good for a laugh! God definitely will enjoy your humor my friend. You will be missed!

  • By DEAN B MEGONIGAL on

    I’m very sorry for your loss. I haven’t seen Will since high school, but we were good friends back then. We played for the Chichester Crusaders football team together too!

  • By Bob Cherry on

    A good friend will be missed

  • By Darlene Korab on

    Dear Cindy and Bronwyn, I am sending my heartfelt sympathy during this really hard time for both of you. I know that you will get through this together. We all grieve at a different pace so allow yourselves that time and space. Lots of warm hugs, love and prayers to two wonderful women.

  • By Sharon Bennett on

    You know Will was always a hoot. One of my most loved childhood memories was of Will. We had music class together at Marcus Hook Elementary School in 5th grade. He was so freaking funny and that Music teacher lost her mind more than once over Will and his antics. But for me, it was sooo funny it can still make me laugh out loud when I think about it. He will definitely be missed. RIP cousin.

  • By Bub and Geri on

    Our hearts are broken. Loved him so much. We will miss his humor and sweetness. Prayers and hugs to Cyndi and Bronwyn.

  • By Patricia Zebley on

    Sending our prayers to all the family – Will left a great legacy – he was a major house renovator and I know he worked hard to make a beautiful home for Cyndi and Bronwyn. He will be missed.

  • By Jamar thomas on

    Will was a one of a kind type of guy. Our friendship was one I was blessed to have. He will truly be missed. Rest in Power Will.

  • By Jackie McArdle on

    Such a sudden and great loss for us all! Goodbye Brother and rest in peace. You will be truly missed by all who knew and loved you!

  • By Bonnie on

    Love you both and will miss my big brother dearly ❤

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