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Jennifer Lynn Thomas

15 December , 19766 May , 2019
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Jennifer Thomas , 42 , of Pasadena, Texas passed away May 6, 2019. She was born in Dayton, Ohio, on December 15, 1976. Jennifer graduated from Xenia High School, and was pursuing a degree in Criminal Justice from Phoenix University Online. Jennifer was not able to work but had a passion for learning, cooking, reading, spoiling her nephew Lucas, and spending time with her friends. She was a member of a monthly bunco group where she met a group of ladies that turned into wonderful friends. Although her health prevented her from doing many things, she didn't let that stop her from trying. She had a smile that lit up the world , and would give the shirt off her back if you needed it. She was survived by her mother Sally Thomas, brother, Chad and his wife Madeline, and their son Lucas, best friends/house mates Jessie and Ralph Belfy, countless relatives, and friends.

Funeral arrangements will be held at 6:00 pm, on May 10, 2019 at Grand View Funeral Home, 8501 Spencer Highway, Pasadena, Texas. In lieu of flowers we are asking anyone who can to donate to one of these organizations listed below.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Friday, 10 May , 2019

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Michelle Morehouse

24 May 2019

I met Jennifer many years ago when I hired her to work at my store. She was a kind, funny, hard working employee. After she left the company I stayed in touch with her as much as I could. She was one of the strongest people I knew. She fought so hard with all of her health issues and they just kept knocking her down and she kept getting back up. Recently she seemed to be doing really well and she was always a bright spot in the morning with her messages, telling us to have a great day, everyday. I looked forward to following her posts! I was so shocked and heart broken when I learned of her passing. I loved her so much and she will be missed every single day until we see her again.....R.I.P. dear Jennifer, I love you...

Tracy Gray

23 May 2019

I met Jennifer at our monthly Bunco. Jennifer always looked forward to getting together even when she didn't feel well. I'm glad I was able to see her one last time the Saturday before she passed away. R.I.P. my friend.

Cindy Reiland

23 May 2019

I met Jennifer through my niece Jessie. She attended some of our Christmas parties and family functions. Jennifer was a lovely lady and never let her medical issues get in her way of doing things. When I would be over Jessie's place, Jennifer would make you feel comfortable and offering to get you something to drink. She will be missed by her family and friends.

Guardian angel Jennifer will now be looking down on everyone.

Cindy

Molly Reynolds

23 May 2019

It’s hard to share just a memory, because we grew up together. We share an amazing family, and have decades of amazing memories. And thank God for that, because I will treasure them all. From playing Star Wars at the pit at grandma and grandpas, that time you fell off the fence into a mud pile (or was it? and I know you’d laugh at that!), countless overnights with each other, vacations, and the short time we were roommates where we’d go get ice cream and watch Beaches and Steel Magnolis and cry together on the couch. Just to name a few. I will forever hold onto these memories. I miss you sweet cousling.

Teacy Mishler

23 May 2019

Jennifer was such a sweet person and really brought a fun spirit with her to every Bunco regardless of how she was health wise. The memory I wanted to share is about our Bunco group and how we thought of her as a sister. A few Buncos back Jennifer had posted on FB that she wasn't having a good week and was so ready for Bunco with us girls. To cheer her up I brought her some of her favorite wine coolers. She ended up not coming to that Bunco night because she was not feeling well so I had Jessie take a picture of me holding the wine coolers with a sad face. She thought it was funny and knew we all missed her that night.

I was glad to have had one last Bunco night with Jennifer the Saturday before she passed. Jennifer will always be a Bunco Babe and we will continue to cherish those memories!

Brian Smith

23 May 2019

Jennifer was a amazing friend with a heart of gold. She always supported me in anything that I did, and supported me when I came out to her and Jessie. She was there for me when my brother was in the hospital with his heart issues, and when he passed away in April.

RIP Jennifer, you will be missed always.

Love you,
Brian

JESSIE Belfy

23 May 2019

How do you say goodbye to someone you've known your whole adult life, it isn't easy. I miss you every day, but have a tons of memories to hold close to my heart, and know that you are keeping an eye on me. Love you friend.

Rachel Kelly

23 May 2019

Jennifer had this amazingly warm smile and such a wonderful sense of humor. She loved her Bunco girls like crazy and we had a standing order of her chicken salad that she made religiously even if she couldn't make it that month. I will always remember the fact that even though she struggled with her health I always thought she had this amazing sense of self confidence and that no matter how she was feeling it was just a temporary set back that she had no intention of allowing it to interfere with her future happiness. Jennifer was loved by all and cherished by many. We miss your our dear friend. Until we meet again.

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Biography

Jennifer Thomas , 42 , of Pasadena, Texas passed away May 6, 2019. She was born in Dayton, Ohio, on December 15, 1976. Jennifer graduated from Xenia High School, and was pursing a degree in Criminal Justice from Phoenix University Online. Jennifer was not able to work but had a passion for learning, cooking, reading, spoiling her nephew Lucas, and spending time with her friends. She was a member of a monthly bunco group where she met a group of ladies that turned into wonderful friends. Although her health prevented her from doing many things, she didn't let that stop her from trying. She had a smile that lit up the world , and would give the shirt off her back if you needed it. She was survived by her mother Sally Thomas, brother, Chad and his wife Madeline, and their son Lucas, Best friends/house mates Jessie and Ralph Belfy, countless relatives, and friends.
Funeral arrangements will be held at 6:00 pm, on May 10, 2019 at Grand View Funeral Home, 8501 Spencer Highway, Pasadena, Texas. In lieu of flowers we are asking anyone who can to donate to one of these organizations listed below.