Thomas Ambler

Thomas Ambler, age 71. Sunrise March 29, 1949 and Sunset September 15, 2020.

Private Services entrusted to MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH, 2500 Cleveland Ave.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Doris J Boyden-McCormick

    May God be with the Ambler Family during your time of sorrow. May the blessing of our Lord and Saviour give you peace.

  2. Members of Cemetery Awareness and Restorative Edification

    Our deepest condolence to the Ambler Family. May God’s grace give you comfort

  3. So sorry to hear about your lose. May God bring you peace during this time of sorrow

  4. Carmen Thompson-Slaughter

    My deepest sympathy for the family. Prayers for all.

  5. Carmen Thompson-Slaughter

    My deepest sympathy for the family. Prayers for all.

  6. Roxane Woods Littlejohn

    May God give you strength during this difficult time. So sorry for your loss

  7. We are deeply saddened to learn about your family loss. In times of distress we need comfort that soothes our hearts. May the peace of God guard your hearts. Truly sorry for your loss.

  8. We know this must be a very difficult and demanding time for your family. We are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. May your good and happy memories and remembering the love that God has for you comfort you and bring you peace during this time of sorrow. With caring thoughts.

  9. Jennifer Huffman Cole

    I graduated with Thomas in 1968 from Mount Hope, WV. Thomas was a quiet-type person in his early years but he and I were friends. May wonderful memories of Thomas bring you peace as you grieve his loss.

  10. The Calloways: Judy, Mary, Leroy& Michael

    Love and prayers for peace and comfort to the family. The passing of friends and neighbors from the McDonald Hill neighborhood of Mount Hope, West Virginia is heartbreaking. Pete will be missed but always a part of precious childhood memories.

  11. The Norris: Charlie, Jim, Venus, Leonard, Warren and Family

    September 20, 2020 at 7:00pm

    Some childhood memories never die, I recall the time he rode on my motorcycle together in Mount Hope West Virginia and him visiting my home in Cleveland. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends in this time of mourning. Pete has been called home, but I will always cherish his memory. To his family stay strong and prayer helps’

  12. I will always remember my Uncle Thomas! Charismatic, funny, and loving. I will miss our trips to fish in Fremont. OH. Rest in piece uncle Thomas. Much love!

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