George Thomas, a member of the Virginia Chapter of APCO for 19 years, a past president of the Virginia Chapter of NENA, and the Operations Support Manager of the Chesterfield Emergency Communications Center passed away Saturday morning. George was a great contributor to our profession, to the Chapter and Virginia NENA, to the localities for which he had been associated, and to the Commonwealth. We will miss our friend and hope that you will join us in keeping George's family and the Chesterfield Emergency Communications Center staff in your thoughts and prayers.
George Kain Thomas, 44, of Henrico, passed away Saturday, October 10, 2009. He is survived by his loving wife of 19 years, Sheri S. Thomas; his two sons, Kain H. and Seth C . Thomas, who will greatly miss their dad and best friend; his adored parents, George F. and Maureen J. Thomas, of Henrico; his three sisters, Vicki Miller and husband, Chuck, of Crozet, Cindy Greer and husband, Wayne, of Glen Allen, and Nancy Jernigan and husband, Steve, of Rockville; in-laws, Arnold E. and Mary E. Smith, of Henrico; and numerous nieces and nephews who will greatly miss their "Bubba." George was a graduate of J.R. Tucker High School and James Madison University. He was a past-employee of Henrico County 911 Operations and was presently an Operations Support Manager for Chesterfield County, and a member of Cambridge Baptist Church. George was an avid Redskins fan, who thought everyday was a blessing. Funeral services were held Tuesday, October 13, at Monument Heights Baptist Church, 5716 Monument Avenue.
Thomas Children Educational Fund
George's family has requested that any donations be made to the children's educational fund. If you are interested in donating to the Thomas children education fund, please make checks out to Kain and Seth Thomas and in the memo filed put "Educational Fund". Mail the donations directly to:
Monument Heights Day School
ATTN: Lynn Coxbr
5716 Monument Ave.
Richmond, Va. 23226
Thank you for your support