To the Thibadea family, my God bless you.read Matt:22:31 and 1Cor15:12.
Our thoughts are with you Thibadeau family. May the God of comfort be with you. 2 1:3,4. B. F.
My condolences to the Thibadeau Family.
As a Realtor in the Atlanta area, I am thankful for Mr.Thibadeau's forward thinking that agent's today may continue to enjoy.
May God Continue to Bless your family.
My condolences go to u and your family for your lost
Dear Thibadeau family,
I would like to express my sincere sympathy for your loss. May the God of all comfort give you the strength and courage to cope in your time of bereavement.(1 cor 2:3,4)
May the God of comfort be with you. and God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes and there shall be no more death". etc
My deepest condolences, he was truly a wonderful person.
I am so sorry for your great loss. May the God who is 'binding up the broken hearted and comforting those mourning' sustain you during this most difficult time. (Isa. 61:1,2) Again, my deepest sympathies.
Mr. Thibadeau was an inspiration to us all. May cherished memories bring some comfort. Also may God's comforting words at Isaiah 57:15 help at this difficult time.
My condolences to the family and friends of John Thibadeau. He was an innovative man who was known for having good judgment. May the "peace of God" help you all to deal with your loss.(Philippians 4:7)
Bobby, Jimmy, Johnny, and Tommy,
So sorry to hear about your father; sorry for your loss.
He was a great man; I enjoyed meeting him again when we to your lake house (6 years ago!).
I do remember his being a real-estate magnate and his developing Victoria Estates (where I realize yall lived for a long time). That's where the rich people lived when we were young; us poor people lived on Houston Mill near Lavista.
At least he lived a long time...to 88.
P.S. I noticed that your father had some children named Sizemore, which I assume was from his second marriage. Ironically, my wife Melinda's maiden name is Sizemore.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.
Offering my deepest condolences to the thibadeau family, may God spirit strengthen you at this difficult time.
So sorry to hear about your loss. May the God of all comfort be with you and your family during this difficult time (Isaiah 62:1)
John was a solid citizen and a man of integrity. He was the best !
I express my deepest sympathy for the lost of your loved one. God promises us that there will come a victory over death.
I'm so sorry for your loss and may you find comfort in Gods inspired word the Bible (2 Timothy 3:16).
John T - quite a guy - contributed more than he consumed, laughed more than he frowned, counseled when one asked. Pat Sartain and I offer John T's family our heartfelt "thank you" for making him availale, sometimes probably to your temporary loss, to the people who held him in high esteem
Thibadeau family, I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. I remember him as a man who would enjoy teasing me and in my 21 years with the DeKalb Board he always treated me with humor and respect. Your loss is sad, but the reunion will be filled with great jubilation. All I can offer is prayers for you and yours.
I received an email this morning from a friend of mine in Norcross about John's passing. Everything in the guest book and obituary are right on about this great man. He gave me a start at a young age in 1973 with Thibadeau Realty in Decatur and was so instrumental in getting me going in the right direction and getting the training I needed. Jim, John, Tom and Robert, you guys have so much to be grateful for. You had two of the best parents and extended family that anyone could want. Julia and I express our condolences and our prayers to be with the whole family. What a great life John had and he will be missed by many but remembered for the real and loving man he was.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. He was a great man.
Phyllis, Ford, Tripp and Teresa Owen
John was a great Realtor, a great Georgian and a great friend to my family. I will keep the John's family in my thoughts and prayers.
Dean and I send our deepest sympathy to John's family. He will be sorely missed.
Dr. and Mrs. S. Angier Wills
We bought our second house in 1974 from John and have enjoyed his friendship since then. He fought a valiant fight. Our sympathy goes out to all family members. Alice and Cliff Cleveland
My heartfelt condolences to Mr. Thibadeau's family, colleagues and community.
You are in our thoughts and prayers
I was sad to hear about this dear man passing. I knew him because he married my Aunt Elizabeth thirty something years ago. I will remember him as a kind and gracious man with an infectious smile. The name John is Hebrew meaning "God is gracious." I believe he was God's gift to the Sizemores. He will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with my aunt, cousins, and the Thibadeau family. I am so sorry for your loss.
Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.