Mrs. Maggie Thomas

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Mrs Maggie Thomas, 94, passed away on February 27, 2022 at Crystal Care Center Mansfield, OH. Maggie was born on June 16, 1927 in Columbus, MS to Jack Stinson and Adell Stinson.

A Mansfield resident of more than 65 years, Sister Maggie retired from Kaufmann’s Department Store. She was a devoted and active member of Mt. Calvary Missionary Baptist Church where she served as a Church Mother, Missionary and Lead singer with the Senior Choir.

She is preceded in death by her parents; husband of 40 years, Reverend Roosevelt Thomas; son, Billy Williams; brothers, Willie Stinson and W.C. Stinson and special aunt, Stella Moore.

Maggie leaves to cherish her memory, devoted granddaughters, Margo (Mabins-Williams) Owens and Chante Bishop; great-granddaughter Lysandra Owens; stepdaughter, Theresa “Tweet” Bishop, goddaughters, Peggy Brooks and Jacqueline Ealey; special nieces, Ethyle Scott and Daisy (Elder Tyree) Shine, June Martin-Roberts, Debra Stinson, Kendra Stinson, Teena and Tami; nephews, Gary Stinson, Garland Stinson and Devin Stinson; special cousin, Eddie Brown; dear friend, Mary Alice Williams; friend of the family, Lelia Benham and a host of other nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Visitation 8:30am and Funeral 9:30am Saturday, March 5, 2022 at MARLAN GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE MANSFIELD 753 McPherson St.

Masks and Social Distancing are required.

Interment at Mansfield Cemetery.

Condolence Messages

  1. Carolyn Parker

    Sending condolences to Mother Maggie Thomas’ Family. She was a fellow choir and group singer back in the early days of our journey at Mt Hermon and when we both transitioned to Mt Calvary. I considered her a true mentor and friend during all those years. Praying for you all during this period of mourning. Carolyn Parker, Jacksonville FL

  2. Debbie S Jefferson

    Rest in paradise

  3. Betty Palmer-Harris

    My deepest sympathy for the family of Maggie Thomas. I was in the Guild’s Girl ministry and Saturday night Bible study with Maggie several years ago at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church. My prayers are with you at this time of sorrow. May God keep you at this time of sorrow.

  4. Rick & Penny Luckie

    Our deepest sympathy to the Thomas Family. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

  5. Praying for you Margo….my condolences to the family

  6. Christina (Clark) Watts

    So sad to hear of her passing. Heaven gained another Angel. Your work is done here Ms Maggie! I have many precious memories that I will never forget growing up in Mt. Calvary.
    Take your eternal rest!

  7. Beverly A Cline

    To the family of Maggie Thomas. You all have my condolences. I will remember for her beautiful voice, kind heart. Sleep on take your rest.

  8. My sincere condolences to the family. Prayers for comfort.

    LOVE from Mary Jo. and family.

    Mary Simmons

  9. Sis Maggie’s songs; her testimonies; her prayers and her visionary of God’s great work left a great impression on all who met her that she surely knew the Lord. So many did she did inspire with her kindness and encouragement. We will certainly miss her special gift shared among as a community of believers. Rest On In Jesus Sis N my Aggie!! Rev John Bessick & Family

  10. Angelia Tolliver

    I remember her from our Mt. Hermon days. My goodness could she sing.
    Rest on

  11. Mary Alice Williams

    My love to My Margo. I will always be here for you. May you always know that God will never leave or forsake you. May the peace of Gods bless all of you, Aunt Mary

  12. My sincere condolences to Mother Thomas,and Family!!.. a beautiful person,and close Family Friend!
    Like a Mother to Our Family
    R.I.P Mother Thomas Fly High Love You!!*

  13. Overseer Ronald L. && Lady Liz Moore

    Our deepest condolences to the family of Maggie Thomas. She helped raise me. Her loving spirit and smile was a great inspiration. I will never forget her. Rest in peace.

  14. Overseer Ronald L. & Lady Liz Moore

    Our deepest condolences to the family of Maggie Thomas. She helped raise me. Her loving spirit and smile was a great inspiration. I will never forget her. Rest in peace.

  15. Michael Swarn

    My condolence to the family. Mrs Maggie Thomas will always be remembered in my mind and heart. When she attended Mt Hermon Baptist Church, I always wanted to be there for service because I never wanted to miss hearing her sing. She was a beautiful woman with a loving spirit. I was always mesmerized when she song my favorite song “Redeem”. I know God will be please to see her and will use her golden voice in His angelic choir. Mrs. Thomas is greatly loved.

  16. Mrs. Thomas, how I remember your beautiful voice and lovely piano playing for many years. Such a nice and pretty lady and sharp in dress. May God bless your family with strength. Rest in peace.

  17. To the Family of Mrs. Maggie Thomas,
    I grew up in Mount Herman Baptist Church and Ms. Maggie was a beautiful person and such a role model for us all. I was in the Jr. Choir, and she was in the Senior Choir, and I loved hearing her sing the song “Redeemed”! You have my condolences and sympathies. Ms. Maggie will be missed by us all. Take care and God will see you through!
    With Love,
    Ruthie Johnson and Family

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