Josephine Quinn Thomas

Jacksonville, Florida

Dec 9, 1930 – Dec 27, 2017 (Age 87)


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THOMAS Josephine Quinn Thomas, died peacefully in her family's home on Wednesday, December 27, 2017. She is survived by her children, Robert, George, Neale, Tammy, Peter, Colin and Heather; brother, Eammon; sisters, Dorothy, Yvonne; and grandchildren, John, Gregory, Kristen, Lindsey, Mark,...

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I know it is late acknowledging jo,s death but I just found out about her death. She was such a good person. She was my mentor when I worked at Southern Bell. I know she is greatly missed by those that loved her. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.

Jo was a beautiful,wise, kind and honest person, full of wisdom. I loved
and enjoyed working with her . My heartfelt condolences to her Family and Friends.

Jo was God's gift to so many of us. As her family has said, she always had an ear for us and a shoulder for our tears. God has held her in the palm of his hand and she has now taken God's hand taking her to heaven.
Our Love,
Beverly & Thomas Thornton

Mom, you are the light for so many. You are the ear of so many. You are the shoulder to cry on for so many. And now so many miss you and love you. You made an everlasting impression while on this earth, and people won't forget you and who you were. You touched so many more than you ever would have known. I am one of those fortunate ones. I was blessed and we all were blessed when God created you. Rest In Paradise mom

Mom, I miss my best friend, and Mondays are so lonely without you in my routine. I know you are with family, friends, and with God. That makes missing you a bit easier on my end. All my love as always, George

I was deeply saddened to hear that Mrs. Thomas had passed. What a sweet and spunky young lady. My heart aches for the entire Thomas family. May all the wonderful memories of your mother/grandmother sustain you and provide comfort to you during this difficult and trying time. You all are in my thoughts and prayers. God bless. Julie Brosius Yeatman

Godspeed Aunt Jo. You are already sorely missed. I love you with a heart and a half.My deepest sympathies to my family. Aunt Jo's loss will be felt deeply.
I'm sure mom ran to the gates to welcome you.