Joseph Samuel Thomas © Cheyenne Star Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Funeral services for Joseph Samuel "Joe" Thomas, 70, 1301 S. Jackson were conducted at 2:30 p.m. today in the Dunn Memorial Chapel. Dr. George R. Ditterline, minister of the Center Street Methodist Church, officiating.
Pall bearers were Morris Lewalling, Louis Brochero, Finis Pyeatt, John Smith, Alfred Seay and Mack Dennis. Honorary pall bearers were Bill Wallace, Ed Farrow, Pete Andrews, Clarence Lumpec, Pete Ramsey, Bill Ramsey and O.B. Palmer and Elder Dennis.
Interment was in Tucumcari Memorial Park.
Mr. Thomas died at 8:20 p.m. Friday in the home of his son at 1301 S. Jackson in Tucumcari. He had been ill about three months.
Mr. Thomas had been a resident of Norton since 1914 when he homesteaded. He had come to New Mexico from Oklahoma.
He was a member of the Center Street Methodist church of Tucumcari.
Survivors include his wife, Linnie Thomas of Norton; two sons, Joe H. Thomas of Tucumcari; and I. H. Thomas of San Bernardino, California; a daughter, Mrs. Charles Gill of Tucumcari; six grandchildren; and two brothers, Wilbern I. Thomas and Harlen A. Thomas of Cheyenne, Oklahoma.
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