Isaiah Christopher Thomas

Dec 12, 2003 - Mar 15, 2019



  • Melissa Jimenez says:

    I am praying for all of you during this difficult time.

  • Karen Clements says:

    Isaiah was such a gentle and sweet spirit. Shedding tears at anything that did not seem fair. A sweet smile, a fun loving spirit that God loved and He loved God in turn. My prayers for the family and friends. My love, Karen Clements

  • The Mikelbanks says:

    Isaiah was such a kind hearted boy. Many times he brought over items for us or our kids. One time he brought over a blanket for Logan, our youngest. It was a green blanket with baseballs and basketballs on it that was his (Isaiah’s). Logan slept with it for years. Eventually it made it’s way into a closet or something. When Logan found out what happened to Isaiah, he said where is the blanket he gave me? We started looking for it, and it had ended up in the dog’s crate! Usually the blankets in the dog crate get destroyed pretty fast, but I pulled it out and it was in perfect condition! I was amazed by that! We washed it and Logan is sleeping with Isaiah’s blanket again. He misses Isaiah, as do we all. The world really lost something here. Isaiah was kind, loving soul.

  • Patrice Butler says:

    Our hearts are heavy. We are sending our love and prayers to Isaiah’s family and friends. What a beautiful boy inside and out. Cousin Patrice and family in Louisiana 🙏🏽❤️

  • A kid with such a big personality and kind heart.

  • Val Wa says:

    Tony and I are praying for you and the family during this difficult time. Please let us know if we can do anything. Hugs

  • Karen Hansen says:

    I knew Isaiah through my daughters, his classmates. He has such a beautiful soul of goodness, always kind, always a smile. He was a true example of friendship and love. He will certainly be missed on campus. I send prayers of peace to his family and friends; that they may be surrounded with love and filled with sweet memories of him.

  • Iris says:

    I wanted to say about Isaiah ..Isaiah had so much of his parents in him . he was so  funny.. loud.. inquisitive .. love joking around .he loves every one ..and everyone loved him .. Someone as special as “Isaiah” will never be forgotten. He will remain in our hearts forever. I love you guys.. Iris (mom)

  • Adrienne Jackson says:

    My condolences to the family. May God be with you all and bless you

  • Cousin Deborrah says:

    I’m so grateful to God that I had an opportunity to see Cousin Isaiah at last summer’s picnic! To listen to his great-grandmother Genevieve share his academic accomplishments and see Isaiah’s humble smile and spirit. Continue forward by faith family, We may not understand now but we cling to trust in God and hold on to his strength. Love, Deborrah

    • Kevin Crow says:

      I remember the first day I met Isaiah. He had so many questions with a genuine interest to learn more about me and find common ground which he quickly did. In class the questions never stopped. He was inquisitive, funny, and creative. Like one of my fellow teachers experience with him, our initial topics ranged from Dungeons and Dragons to Dad jokes. Isaiah was almost always the first to ask for the daily dad joke. He had a high drive to make others happy and make them smile. Every day, at 9:54, I expect him to walk though the door. His presence is missed. -K

  • Jennifer Madsen-Gardens says:

    So sorry to hear about this Chris. My condolences to you and your family.

  • Kevin Donaldson says:

    Rest In Peace Little Cousin, You Are Missed So Much Already…. Love Always, Kevin and Family

  • Sharon Toovey says:

    We’ve had the pleasure of knowing Isaiah since the Thomas family moved in next door over 10 years ago. Since that time we watched him grow from an inquisitive little boy to a quality young man. He won our hearts quickly with his friendly chatter and helpful spirit. He asked Paul one day “Paul, why are you beige?” and without hesitating Paul replied “Because I’m italian”. Isaiah nodded his head in agreement, accepting that answer and saying “I was just wondering” and then went back to the task of collecting bugs. Isaiah is the source of some of my favorite stories, and I’ll treasure those memories always. He loved to climb the tree in his front yard, but trying to talk him into climbing back down required the skills of a hostage negotiator. But when our fence caught fire and it was Isaiah that came flying through our front door yelling “Your fence is on fire – your fence is on fire”. He’s returned our wayward dogs to us too many times to count and was simply a beautiful human being inside and out. You will always live on in our hearts and our memories Isaiah, but oh how we miss you. Paul and Sharon Feci

  • FF says:

    So sorry for your loss. May your family find comfort at this difficult time as you all look forward to God’s promise at Rev 21:4 which says: “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away. “

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