Vera L. Thomas, age 91, of Fairmount, Indiana passed away on Saturday, February 20, 2021, at Twin City Nursing Home, Gas City, IN. She was born in 1929 to the late Ralph and Eva Deeter.
After graduating high school, Vera married Gerald R. Thomas of Jonesboro, IN and had three children. She worked as an LPN at Marion General Hospital. Many people enjoyed her sense of humor and helpful nature.
Vera is survived by her children: Linda (Leon) Neal, Ronald (Grace) Thomas, and Laura (John) Chambers, six grandchildren a great-grandchild, her sister Doris Hodupp, and many nephews and cousins. She is preceded in death by her parents, brothers Martin and Joseph Deeter, two grandchildren and many aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Viewing is at 1:00pm on Thursday, February 25, 2021 at Armes-Hunt Funeral Home, Fairmount, IN with graveside services at 2:00pm at Park Cemetery in Fairmount, IN, with Pastor David Phillips officiating.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Marion General Hospital, P.O. Box 1209, Marion, IN 46952, with memo to the Nursery Department.
Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the Fairmount Chapel of Armes-Hunt Funeral Home.
Memories and condolences may be shared at www.armeshuntfuneralhome.com
I only just learned of you Mother's passing. I'm very sorry to hear this. I remember your Mom was a sweet lady. I remember whe she and my Mom shared room mother duties one year. I'm sincerely sorry for your loss.
Please take care. Hoping we can reconnect sometime in the future.
Penny (Haynes) Bundy"
"Linda, Ronnie & Laura,
Sorry to read of the passing of your Mother. I worked with her @ MGH & thought highly of her. She was a sweet lady & good nurse.
We loved your Father & were good friends with him.
You were special kids to your parents. May they RIP.
Jay & Jerry Walters"
"Vera was one of my favorite people! We had so much fun and she always made me laugh! We worked together at MGH she was a good nurse! She had a heart of gold! My thoughts and prayers are with the family."
"The Nursing Honor Guard serving North Central Indiana would like to express our heartfelt sympathy to the entire Thomas family. We are thankful for Vera's strength, wisdom, soothing words, compassion, gentle healing hands and love of nursing. We are honored to help you celebrate her nursing career. More than 100 nurses in North Central Indiana have been given the privilege of praying for your family as you prepare to celebrate Vera's life."
"My sincerest condolences to to the family and friends. Vera will certainly be missed by so many. God blessed her in so many ways. Her beautiful smile, sense of humor and the love for her Savior shined through. I didn't know for too long, however she brought joy and love into my life. I thank God for for letting her be a part of my life. Roberta Reed "
"Ms. Vera was a very sweet and kind lady. My family and I had the privilege of getting to know her through my sister Grace Thomas. The Delgado Family considered Ms. Vera a part of our distant Family. Although, we did not have the pleasure of seeing each other very often, except on special family occasions, she really went out of her way to speak to everyone around her. She will be forever missed."
"My condolences to the family. Vera was a great friend. We had many fun times and lots of laughs. She will always be thought of fondly. "
"Sad to see about Vera. We were close neighbors and friends for many years. We are thinking of the family , especially Doris, with our prayers and deepest sympathy. "
"Prayers for God's Peace to your Family. Ruthann Vetor Irvin "
"My condolences to Laura . Vera and I had many good times together! We worked together at MGH . Sympathy and prayers!!
Mary Beth Laudeman"
"Loved Vera so much, she was such a dear friend to my Mom, so sorry. Jill Layman Shamory"
"Condolences from the Jack Himelick Family"
"Linda and Family, I'm sorry to read of your loss. We were friends a long time ago through school and the Friends Church. My father was good friends with your dad. Jonesboro was a good little town back then. I wish you and family well. Bob Tetrick"