Ellers Mortuary & Cremation Center

3400 S. Webster Street, Kokomo, IN


Jennifer Lynn Thomas

July 18, 1974September 3, 2019

Jennifer Lynn Thomas, 45 of Kokomo passed peacefully in her sleep at home with her husband Aaron. She was born July 18, 1974 to Cindy Carr in Tipton. She married Aaron Thomas September 3, 2000 at the Kokomo Vietnam Veteran's Park...in Tie Dye!

Jenny was a Kokomo high school graduate. She was very artistic, enjoyed gardening, working outside and she has re-covered several motorcycle seats. Jenny was famous for her homemade zucchini bread, loved her fur babies, spending time with her kids and her baby granddaughter.

Surviving Jenny is her husband Aaron, children Zayn, Eli, and Kariah, mother Cindy Carr, brother Chevy, brother in law Aric, mother in law Pam, granddaughter Eleia, a nephew Joseph, and several aunts, uncles, and cousins.

A Celebration of Jenny's life will be held at a later date.

If you wish to leave a contribution in Jenny's memory, please do so to the National Children's Alliance or help cover funeral expenses.

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Renee Anderson

September 5, 2019

Jenny seemed like part of our family. She and Heather were such wonderful friends and shared good times and bad, just there for each other! She will always be in my heart ❤️!

Heather Anderson

September 5, 2019

Jennifer was living me and my parents for awhile and we decided to make cookies around midnight. And we had extra icing left over so we mixed all together and covered our hands and feet in it. I don't have any idea why, we just liked to do crazy fun things. But after we covered our feet we realized we didn't have a way to get to the sink. It took us awhile to awkwardly crawl/ roll to the bathroom to wash up. I'm surprised we didn't wake my parents up we were laughing so hard. And I loved that about Jennifer, it didn't matter if we had nothing we always had fun, but she was also always there for me and I was there for her if we needed each other.

Kariah Barnett

September 4, 2019

I never really considered Jenny my "step-mom". She was always my "Jenny", a parent but also a friend. She was able to speak from a place in between the two and sometimes that's exactly what i needed.
She nurtured my artistic side and was there for me in many ways.. We butted heads sometimes but I'd take that over this anyday. I love you Jenny.

Lucina Renee Carter

September 4, 2019

I'm Jenny's cousin on the Owens side. Granted they disowned her, but I never did. I tried to stay in contact with her. Her and I use to go to aunt Bill's and uncle Fred's (which were her grandparents) and uncle Fred would get the mic out for her to sing. She would say she didn't want to, but after a minute or to of her saying that she would do it and I never told her but I thought she was a really good singer for such a young age. I could tell you alot of stories about her and I, but that's for another time. Just know that your family is in my thoughts and prayers. R.I.P Jenny and one day see each other again