Albert Patrick Thomas Jr.
So sorry for your loss. We are praying God will bless you all during your difficult times
What an amazing Man, Mr. Thomas was. I knew he was a wonderful Daddy from the stories Sylvia told about him but I had no idea what an accomplished Navy officer he was. The obituary was so interesting and with so much knowledge of the war. So glad ya'll have all those memories to pass on. May he rest in peace and may his family know how happy he is to be reunited with his lovely bride.
What a great man, we were privileged to be pats neighbor for a couple of years , he was was such a great person , he shared his stories with my children , a truly American hero that will be greatly missed
I first knew Pat as a lad growing up on the Taylor Turkey Ranch near Ovalo, Texas. Pat was our "Purina Man". We bought our Purina chows from him, and anytime we had to debeak or vaccinate or clip wings Pat would be there to help. I made a memorable trip to St. Louis with Pat and my dad to tour the Purina Research Farm and Checkerboard Square. Little did I know then that several years later Pat would hire me to be a Purina District Manger to assume his Abilene district when he was transferred to Midland. Even though I later left Purina to pursue other opportunities, I maintained contact with Pat over the years. I was so proud when he earned the honor of President of Chow Honor Council before his retirement. Pat has been a great inspiration and role model for me in the way he lived his life and loved his family. I have a great love and respect for Pat and his family. I'm so thankful our lives crossed paths and I will miss him dearly.
What a wonderful man and what an exceptional life. A true American hero. A truly successful man leaves a family that loves and respects him. He has most certainly done that and much more. May your precious memories and God's love carry you through the difficult days ahead.