Geoffrey David Thomason

August 14, 1993June 9, 2018
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Geoffrey David Thomason, 24 years old was born August 14, 1993 in Midwest City, Oklahoma and passed away on June 9, 2018. He was the son of David Lee Thomason and Janeice Ann Thomason and brother to Meghan LeeAnn Thomason. Geoffrey was a hardworking, early to rise, roping cowboy, who never met a stranger. He was smart with his money and was already planning for his future at a young age. Geoffrey had his own lawn mowing service at just 12 years old. He was also passionate about wrestling. Geoffrey was witty and had an ornery sense of humor that kept everyone laughing. He loved deer hunting and taking his dog Bo bird hunting. Geoffrey was currently working as a pipeline inspector for Oklahoma Natural Gas Co. and had big dreams for his future. Survivors include his mother, Janeice Thomason of Midwest City, OK; his father, David Thomason of Midwest City, OK; 1 sister, Meghan Thomason of Midwest City, OK; his maternal grandmother and grandfather, Connie and Dave Sappington of Pittsfield IL; paternal grandparents, David and Audrey Thomason of Guthrie, OK; Aunts, Stella Buck of Colorado; Jackie Miller of Des Moines, IA; and Michelle and Lyndon Hardin of Yukon, OK; uncles, Ja Pleus of Eugene, OR; Gary Pleus of Colorado; Roger Pleus of Perryville, MO; and Drake Pleus of Curryville, MO; and many cousins and other relatives. Memorial services will be at 4:00 p.m. Thursday, June 14, 2018 at Ridgecrest Church of Christ, 500 N. Air Depot Blvd., Midwest City, OK with Mr. Steve Chisholm officiating.


  • Memorial Service Thursday, June 14, 2018

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Jim Phillips

June 13, 2018

I met Geoff thru mutual Friends while working at Little Joe’s Boots, after working with Geoff on a Boot Project we moved on to Designing a Custom Pair that Geoff checked on almost weekly. A Great Guy to work with its hard to believe just this time last week was his last in the shop. You will be Greatly Missed by Everyone at Little Joe’s Boots!
To the Family of Geoff I send my sincerist
condolences for your loss

Michael and shirley Schlicht

June 13, 2018

Our hearts and prayer go out to Geoffrey's family. He was a wonderful young man and always willing to lend a helping hand. We were looking forward to him being our neighbor. We will miss him and his contagious smile!

Marion Daniels

June 13, 2018

I had Geoff in English class at CHS. I remember a sweet smile and good natured young man. I am so very sorry to learn of his untimely passing. Blessings to family and friends who knew and loved him.
Sincerest condolences,
Marion Daniels

Cody Bennett

June 13, 2018

I met Geoff at his first interview for Oklahoma Natural Gas, he came in a little dirty and he apologized for it. He told us he had been hauling cattle that morning, which intrigued me. His interview was awesome so we hired him and I figured he would do well. He was a huge asset for the crews and grew in his career. He then interviewed for an inspector position under me and his interview was really good, so I hired him again. When I called him to tell him he was one of my picks, he told me how much he appreciated me and allowing him to have the position. Geoff was one of the most honest and respectful men I have ever met. My family and I have been praying for the Thomason family and will continue to do so. Psalms 34:18 says, the Lord is close to the broken hearted... And I pray that he is close to the Thomason family in the days to come.
~Cody Bennett~

Cody Leggett

June 12, 2018

I met Geoff through mutual friends at ONG. I was graced with his presence when I drove by him hooking a crew truck up to a trailer. He didn’t greet me with a wave or a nod. Instead he flashed me his chili pepper tattoo! He was a good hand and a good pard. We cottoned pretty good once we realized we were both Choctaw boys. He always found a way to make you laugh and he was a feller that would ask you how the hell you been and mean it! Some people are just too damn good for this world, so the good Lord takes them early. I pray for peace and comfort for those mourning the loss of this good man. High up in the heavens
, riding trails that have no end
, on mustangs made of rawhide
 chasing thunder on the wind. Adios pard...

Matt Beller

June 9, 2018

I worked with Goeff at ONG from January 2015 until currently. He was a great man. I didn’t really know him outside of work but from what I could see he touched a lot of lives and hearts. He was always friendly and was wearing a smile every time I seen him. He was always making others laugh. Geoff was a very genuine person and didn’t “put on a show” for nobody. He was taken way too soon and too young. I want the Thomason Family to know that the Beller Family will be praying for them and their friends. RIP Geoff. Fly high buddy.
-Matt Beller-