Roshaun Tyree Thomas, 43, passed away peacefully in his home in Norfolk, VA. He was born October 16, 1978 to Charles and Monica Thomas in Bethesda, Maryland. Roshaun attended Salem High School in Virginia Beach.
At an early age he accepted Christ as his personal Savior and joined New Light Full Gospel Baptist Church, where he enjoyed singing on the youth choir. Roshaun was employed as a construction worker and an Amazon package delivery driver.
Roshaun enjoyed being with his friends and families, but his greatest joy was fishing. He loved taking his son, grandfather, and Uncle Kevin on his boat to fish. As a young man he caught many fish at Stumpy Lake and was even featured in a sports magazine for catching a large rare fish. He had so many fish stored in his parent’s freezer they decided to start an Annual Fish Fry. He cared not only for himself, but for the homeless and he always gave his nieces money. Roshaun loved spoiling his sister and taking long rides around Virginia Beach with her. Roshaun loved his family dearly.
Roshaun was predeceased by his son, Deykwon Bond-Thomas. Left to cherish his memory are his parents Charles and Monica; his sister Jaleesa Olds (Tyrone); his brother Frank Delbridge; his Uncle Keith; two Aunts, Bonita Thomas and Londale Bishop; and a host of great-aunts, great uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.