Wayne Adam Thomas
Loving Husband, Father, Son, Grandson, Brother, Uncle, & Friend
WINCHENDON Wayne Adam Thomas, 31, of Winchendon, formerly of Lowell and Bedford, NH, died unexpectedly, Thursday, October 20, 2016, after an auto accident. He was the beloved husband of Lori B.(Nolin) Thomas.
A son of Angela M. Thomas of Lowell and the late Wayne R. Thomas, he was born September 17, 1985, in Worcester, and was educated in the Lowell schools, graduating from Lowell High School, and attended Middlesex Community College studying Criminal Justice.
He made his home in Lowell until 2014 when he relocated to Bedford, New Hampshire. More recently he made his home in Winchendon with his family. He was a carpenter with Local 118, and was the Union Steward for his chapter.
Wayne was passionate about his family, and was the most caring and loving husband and especially loving father. Affectionately known as ‘the baby’ he was the youngest of four sons and had a passion for life. He will be remembered as an achiever, chasing his dreams with persistence and passion. A great provider for his family, and enjoyed quiet nights spent with them.
In addition to his wife, Lori, he is survived by his son, Juliano J. Thomas and his daughter, Nevaeh Lee Thomas both of Winchendon; his mother, Angela M. Thomas of Lowell; his grandmother, Martha Torres of Lowell; his brothers, Sean R. Thomas of Boston, Robert E. Thomas of Lowell, and Kenneth W. Thomas and his partner, Erica Correia, of Lowell; his father in law, Thomas Nolin of Raymond, NH; his wife’s grandmother, Jeanette Nolin of Pelham, NH; his sister in law, Keesha Nolin of Lowell; his nephews, Anthony Thomas and Giovanni Thomas as well as the nephews he helped raise, Jordon Nolin, Austin Nolin, and T.J. Kweedor; as well as his family pets, Twinky and Coka; and his extended family and many friends.
He was also predeceased by his mother in law, Sandra Nolin and and his stepfather, Derek Lang.
ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, YOU ARE INVITED TO HIS CALLING HOURS 3 UNTIL 7 P.M. AT THE MCDONOUGH FUNERAL HOME, 14 HIGHLAND STREET, LOWELL 978-458-6816. HIS FUNERAL SERVICE WILL BE HELD AT 7 P.M. FOLLOWING THE VISITATION. IN LIEU FLOWERS, DONATIONS TO HIS CHILDREN WILL BE ACCEPTED DURING THE CALLING HOURS.