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Verdie Mae Thomas

January 13, 2013

Kill Devil Hills- Verdie Mae Thomas went on to join her soul mate January 13, 2008.   She was born September 12, 1930 and grew up in Portsmouth, Virginia. A devoted homemaker, Verdie and her beloved husband of 30 years raised five children who were here crowning glory.  Verdie also enjoyed bowling and crocheting through the years.

After moving to Kill Devil Hills in 1980’s, Verdie became a member of Outer Banks Baptist Church and later competed in the Senior Games.  Left to cherish Verdie’s  memory are two daughters; Katherine J. Richardson of Portsmouth, Vivian M. Monds and son-in-law Michael of Kill Devil Hills, three sons, Eairs D. Thomas and wife Elena of Tallahassee, Florida, John B. Thomas of Kill Devil Hills, and Staff Sgt. Stephen E. Thomas of Elizabeth City; two brothers Dick Dixon, and Buddy Dixon, one sister Eva Dale; six grand-children Dawn Denton, Kristine Kent, Bryan Thomas, Shannon Taylor, Kelly___, and Jason Thomas and host of dear friends.

A funeral is planned at Outer Banks Baptist Church in Kill Devil Hills, at 11:00 o’clock in the morning with burial following at 2:30 pm at Woodlawn Cemetery in Virginia Beach. Condolences to the family may be sent via the on-line register at www.gallopfuneralservices.com.  Memorials gifts in Verdie’s memory may be forwarded to a Parkinson’s Disease foundation of one’s choice.  Gallop Funeral Services, Inc. was entrusted with arrangements.