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1980 Michael 2022

Michael J Thomas

May 18, 1980 — June 25, 2022

Let us remember the life of a wonderful friend and brother, My brother Mike Thomas grew up in a small town called Maiden Canyon just outside of Lewistown. There was a total of nine kids in our school. Mike loved to ride horses as well as go hiking, fishing, and camping. He was an amazing big brother who always looked out for his little sister and brother making sure they were always safe. He was loved by all who knew him. You’d be hard pressed to find a more polite and hardworking soul. Eventually we moved to Grass Range where after school we would play outside catching snakes and hunting for arrowheads. We even found a 50lb petrified snail. One of our favorite things to do was to travel to Lewistown to visit our best friends Clay and Kyle Warner who meant the world to us. Clay owned an arcade where we would go and play games and hang out. Kyle was like a mother to us. She made sure we had clothes and food as well as making sure we were well behaved. We also spent a lot of time with Papa and Grandma Betty who were everything to us. Papa would take us fishing and teach us stuff. When we lost Papa, we lost a huge piece of us. We would often go visit our mother Mickey and stepfather Tony who we loved and who loved us just as much. Tony taught us how to work on our bikes, motorcycles, cars, everything. We also spent time over in Moore MT at the ranch with Grandma Nelson where we helped our Uncle Cory who was more like a brother to us. Later on in life we moved down to Alabama with our dad and stepmom Damie. We had so much fun and as always Mike made sure that his little brother and sister were protected. We eventually moved back to Billings where Mike met an amazing woman named Aron who he wanted to marry. He always talked about her and how much she meant to him and how much she loved him and how she kept him on the straight and narrow and out of trouble. Mike has two kids who he loved and enjoyed talking to. He loved them more than anything and was super proud of them. Mike had a lot of great friends that loved him as much as he did them. There are so many memories of love and laughter with all of them to hold on tight to. Mike, I love you and miss you so much. You have always meant the world to me and not a second goes by that you’re not on my mind and in my heart. I’m going to do good for you and for me, big brother. Love always, Bradley Jo Thomas

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