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Thor Macht

November 2, 1994October 1, 2019

Andrew Thorin Macht, was lovingly known as Thor to his family and friends, was an actor, photographer, singer, athlete, lifelong fanatical Ravens fan, a natural entertainer, and a gentle and caring friend. Not every person in this world feels true joy for the achievements of others, and very few of us can say that our #1 goal in life is to make the world brighter and be a friend to everyone. But that was Thor's goal. Thor was a warmhearted soul. Helping other people to overcome their difficulties, pursue their goals, and become their best selves was his mission. And he led by example, in pursuit of his own big dreams. He was bit by the acting bug in 2014, and from there landed a long list of gigs that included numerous television series, Hollywood films, Indie films, regional television commercials, and voice overs. His second passion was photography. He was a freelance photographer for the Henrico Citizen, the Richmond Roughriders, and the Mills E. Godwin community. He was a football fanatic, played tight end for his varsity high school team, and was forever flying the purple and black of the Baltimore Ravens. He loved music, singing, and being an all around entertainer with his goofy dancing. But it was all for the smiles on other people's faces. If he was with you, it was his job to keep you smiling and laughing. He found his greatest happiness by bringing it to others, to his family, and to his friends. And everyone was Thor's friend, because that's what he wanted most of all.

Thor is the beloved son of Linda Balder and her husband Robert and Andrew P. Macht; loving brother of Jessica A. Macht; grandson of the late Albert and Lorraine Paolino and Stuart and Ann Macht; adored nephew of Marcella Wood, Eugene and Gayani Paolino, Steven Macht, Linda Macht Collier and the late Albert Paolino. Also survived by his life long friend, Chase Spicer and a host of cousins across the country, and Canada.

Thor requests that in lieu of flowers to please consider donating to one or more of the following organizations:

Mills E Godwin Athletic Association http://godwinathletics.org/

As a football fanatic, Thor was extremely proud of being a member of the Godwin Eagles football team throughout his time at Godwin High School. If you would like to donate to the Mills E Godwin Athletic Association please click on the donation button at the bottom of their website and in the note section of your PayPal transaction please state your donation is in memory of Thor Macht / football program.

Mills E Godwin Theater https://godwintheatre.weebly.com/support.html

Thor developed his love of acting after he graduated Godwin High School. He enjoyed supporting the creative arts of his alma mater. If he wasn't scheduled to capture the memories of Godwin's Theatrical Events with his camera, he would purchase a ticket and enjoy the show from his seat. If you would like to donate to the Mills E Godwin Theatre you can dedicate your donation to Thor Macht in the note section of your PayPal transaction.

Mills E Godwin Choral Program http://www.godwinchoralboosters.org/resources.html

Thor loved music and singing in choral groups throughout his years at Mills E Godwin High School. If you would like to donate to their Choral Program donations can be made by check only. Please make the check out to: Godwin Choral Boosters and in the note section of your check please write: In Memory of Thor Macht. Please mail the check to: Godwin Choral Boosters, c/o Mills E. Godwin High School, 2101 Pump Rd, Richmond, VA 23238

St. John ‘s Church https://www.historicstjohnschurch.org/give

Thor loved American history and as an aspiring actor, Thor positively loved being a part of St. John's historic reenactment of the Second Virginia Convention where Patrick Henry proposes his "Give Me Liberty, Or Give Me Death" speech. Thor alternately played the roles of George Washington and Thomas Nelson. If you would like to donate to St. John's Church, click on the Give Today button. Donations can be made in Thor's memory to help maintain this historical church.

RAINN RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) is the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization. RAINN created and operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline (800.656.HOPE, online.rainn.org y rainn.org/es) in partnership with more than 1,000 local sexual assault service providers across the country and operates the DoD Safe Helpline for the Department of Defense. RAINN also carries out programs to prevent sexual violence, help survivors, and ensure that perpetrators are brought to justice.


Despite his own struggles with depression, Thor was passionate about helping others in anyway he possibly could. His hope is that people come to the realization that there can often be two victims in an unpleasant situation who both need to be heard and believed. Never assume that there is only one victim. If you would like to donate to RAINN there is a place where you can fill in Thor Macht as the Honoree, address info is: 4990 Mercantile Rd, P.O. Box 43491 Nottingham, MD 21236

Autism Society https://secure.everyaction.com/ynTHgQUB402qwetMAwHjwA2

As a youngster, Thor knew he was different. He felt uneasy talking about it. He just wanted to be like everyone else. He struggled to accept his identity but learned to come to terms with being ASD/Asperger. Thor and his family were involved with the Autism Society's support group. If you wish to donate to the Autism Society please make your contribution in honor of Thor Macht, 4990 Merchantile Rd, P.O. Box 43491, Nottingham, MD 21236, email address THORMACHTMVE@GMAIL.COM.

Dream Entertainers http://www.dreamentertainers.com/contact.html

Thor loved acting and being a part of Dream Entertainers creating Enchanting Parties for all ages. Thor enjoyed playing the hero roles of Kristoff (Frozen) and Batman. Dream Entertainers accepts donations to solely be used for their charity fund which gives back in the form of Character visits for ill children who would benefit most from the gift. Please log into your PayPal account and send your donation to PayPal.me/dreamentertainers. Please write In Memory of Thor Macht in the notes section of your PayPal transaction.


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Thor Macht

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Barbara Lennox

October 9, 2019

To Thor's family,
I believe it was 14 yeays ago that I had Thor in my Reading class at Byrd Middle. He is one of the most memorable students I had in my 41 year career. I especially remember his interaction with the visiting author Christopher Paul Curtis. Thanks to FB, I have followed his work as a photographer and actor in recent years. I am heartbroken. I want him to still be here, living life, taking photos, smiling. I sure will miss him.

Sarah Spinner

October 8, 2019

Thor was a kind, compassionate, friendly, loving boyfriend and friend in our relationship. I am very much grieving this loss, as Thor provided so much support in my life. He was truly an angel and a special person. I am saddened by what has happened, and hopeful he is not in pain anymore. This obituary was beautifully written and accurately described how wonderful he was. My heart is sad that I couldn’t reach out more during his difficult times. I’ll always love you, Thor. Fly high. I will never forget you or your contagious energy and spirit.

Aldijana Stupar

October 8, 2019

Thor family, I am so sorry for your loss. Thor has been a truly amazing person to have known. So many great memories at ridge with you! Awesome talent and so much confidence. So much kindness. Makes me sad to hear this news. You have left an amazing memory in everyone’s heart. Rest easy Thor.

Will Wooten

October 8, 2019

Macht Family,

There are so many words to describe the great and caring person Thor was but friendly and charismatic stand out for me. He always made me laugh and never failed to ask how I was doing. This is a tragic loss but someone we all will never forget. RIP Thor 🙏

Jany Sims

October 8, 2019

Dear Thor’s Family,
May the wonderful memories of Thor stay in your hearts and offer you comfort and peace. He is loved by so many people, to whom he brought joy just by being their friend.
May his memory be eternal!
Jany Sims

Brian Keiper

October 8, 2019

I'll never forget teaching Thor. Very few people have the power to lift the spirits of others with a smile but Thor was special like that. I remember a kid with sweatpants and ruffled hair strolling into my room with a big smile and always asking me, "What up Mr. K? How are you doing?" I loved talking football with Thor and hearing his love and passion for his beloved Baltimore Ravens come through in his voice. Sometimes we'd see each other at the YMCA years after he had been at Byrd and each time I knew I was in for a good conversation. Thor was an original in every sense of the word. I'll miss looking for him at the YMCA. Rest easy Thor.

John Walsh

October 8, 2019

Thor was one of the nicest, and caring students I have ever had in many years of teaching. A true joy to know. I remember when I had cafeteria duty and I would see Thor sitting with others at the lunch tables, and Thor would always cheer someone up with his infectious good-nature and he was always able to bring a smile to a person who seemed sad or alone. Rest in peace Thor, and know that you will be remembered by many of us for your unwavering humanity.

Pam Mowbray

October 8, 2019

My days in Consultative Study were made brighter by Thor’s infectious smile, helpful, giving nature and kind words for everyone that crossed his path. He was the first Ravens fan that I met at GHS, and could rock the purple better than anyone. In my book, Thor was and always will be the most valuable Eagle to grace the halls at GHS.

Owen Hicks

October 8, 2019

Thor. I will miss you. You had such a good heart. Thank you for treating me with kindness. You will truly be missed. I liked singing Always Look on the Bright Side of Life and You’ll Never Walk Alone with you. Even though I have Down Syndrome you treated me the same. You really deserved Most Valuable Eagle. Love, Owen Hicks

Hannah Purvis

October 8, 2019

Thor was a great guy. He was one of the only guys in my classes who would ask you someone if they were doing okay if they looked sad or upset. He always reached out out no longer how long it had been since you last talked. Thor cared. Glad to have known him.