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September 2, 1959 ~ April 5, 2023 (age 63) 63 Years Old
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Dale Thomas of Moon Township, PA, age 63, died unexpectedly on April 5, 2023, at Uniontown Hospital with family by his side.
Dale was born on September 28, 1959, in Uniontown, PA to the late Herman and Evelyn Thomas.
Dale graduated from Uniontown Area High School in 1977 where he enjoyed sports. Later he was employed as a warehouser by various organizations where he drove a forklift, trucks, and buses. Driving was his passion and later he earned his CDL’s from Lehigh Truck Driving School in 2010.
Dale accepted Christ at an early age and he was baptized at the Mt. Olivet Baptist Church in Uniontown, PA. Later he united with the Enon Baptist Tabernacle Church in Philadelphia, PA, ultimately becoming a virtual member upon relocating to Pittsburgh, PA.
Dale loved his family and enjoyed spending time with close friends. The fondest of memories were those spent at the annual Memorial Day men’s hangout weekend, and the times he shared with his granddaughters.
Preceding Dale in death are his parents, Evelyn and Herman Thomas Sr. and his siblings; Herman Thomas Jr., and Gary Thomas.
Dale is survived by his loving and devoted wife, Cindy; his two daughters: Dalen and Evelyn; his two beloved granddaughters: Adalyn Darling and Summer Rose; his siblings: Debra Thomas, Robert Thomas, Vicki Thomas, Terry Wallace, John (Terri) Thomas, Andrea (Chris) McGlee, Myrah Thomas, and Julia Thomas; special cousins: Marc C. Vassar and Christina Yancey; God-son, Mark Palmer, Jr.; aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and a host of cousins and great friends.
The family wishes to thank everyone for such beautiful acts of kindness and thoughtful ways of extending prayers and condolences during this difficult time.