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Hodges-Kiser Funeral Home

9231 Cypress Lake Drive, Fort Myers, FL

OBITUARY

Dwayne William THOMAS

May 25, 1972May 19, 2019

Dwayne William THOMAS was born on May 25, 1972 and passed away on May 19, 2019.

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Dwayne William THOMAS

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Robyn Smith

June 15, 2019

I’ve stopped at Dwayne‘s house every day for the past couple of years I saw him frequently and spoke often He made me smile and laugh and was one of my favorite customers I have nothing but great memories of him So sad that his life ended so abruptly my heart goes out to his friends and family I will miss him I still think of him Daily
My name is Robyn
and I was his mail carrier

Danielle Correnti

June 4, 2019

The most things I will remember about Dwayne was his goofy personality, his huge heart for the people he loved and cared about and most of all how much he made me laugh. The memories we shared will never be forgotten and always will be in my heart. RIP Dwayne. You will be greatly missed.

Adrienne Faber

June 3, 2019

Dad’s heart is breaking. We’ve shed so many tears since hearing that you’re gone. You were loved more than you realized.
It’s our hope that you’ve been reunited with Danny and Laura and that you’re all finding tranquility in a better place.
Our hearts go out to the rest of your family and friends who will miss you so much.

Be At Peace, Dwayne!
You’ll never be forgotten.
Dad and Adrienne

David Morningstar jr

June 2, 2019

Part 2 .....As you know he was very particular about his large collection of gadgets and toys. He really always just wanted to have fun. Motocross, volleyball, stereos, rc cars, atvs, girls and ...tanorite. bigbadaboom!! Did I mention this guy could eat. Even when he was a 100 lb teen he could out eat all of us. It's always been very impressive. My friend was going through a tough time and he was barely recognizable emotionally recently. We must all remember the good times, the best times as there is just so many. I will remember Dwayne in all that I do because i know he likes it too. Rest easy my brother.

Dave Morningstar

June 2, 2019

I was the first person Dwayne met when he moved to Fort Myers from Long Island around. I had come to the conclusion that no one in my school raced dirtbikes that I had done my whole life and still consumes me today. One day I noticed these 2 new kids, brothers standing in the lunch line wearing Kawasaki jerseys. I asked them if they were wearing those jerseys because they thought they were really cool or if they actually rode dirtbikes. Dwayne and also dearly missed brother Danny informed me that they had a pair of 1987 kx 125 dirtbikes which happened to be the exact bike I had. We met at a place I was riding and instantly became best friends. The first time I visited their house I entered the home and as a joke Danny was hiding behind the couch and as I entered he jumped out and shot me right in the eye with a plastic nerf gun and Dwayne proceeded to chase Danny around with a tennis racket while Frankie was on his 98th sit up. We hung out daily for the next 20 years solid. We experienced our first heartbreaks, first alcohol, parties etc and all the life lessons along the way. It was a blast.
For almost 20 years I spent 15 to 30 hours a week in a car with Dwayne. Can you guys imagine? Lol I don't know who had it worse,him or me. We went to the track 2 to 3 days a week minimum. Moto trumps all things as he would say. I have always cherished our long talks and amazing adventures.
We know everything about each other and it's never changed. He saved my life more times than you all will ever know.
Dwayne was really a big kid who loved his toys and women. But you also know he was a genius. So very innovative and could make or fix almost anything. I apologize and feel i am to blame for his stereo fixation. I gave him my 6x9 speakers in a shoebox after I took them from my first car and put my parents home speakers in. Lol he put them in his f250 truck and was instantly hooked and before long he had the best system in town. Out of space, continued
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Nicole Clark

June 2, 2019

Rest in Peace Dwayne, your laughter will always remain. Your warm heart will never be forgotten. You made an impact to many lives. I will cherish memories of the racetracks at home and away, sunny days on the boat with friends, bbqs, your silly costumes, home theater and rockband times. Too many too mention....Fly high my friend XOXO. Prayers to his family.

Kerry Pardue

June 2, 2019

Kerry Pardue

June 2, 2019

Iran Negron

June 2, 2019

Buddy I will miss the camping trips and riding with you we become good friends over the pass 10yrs or more and I can honestly say that you were always a class act and I will definitely miss you may you be at peace my friend till we meet again my friend

Connie Bufe'

June 2, 2019