A smart, caring, respectable young man with a pleasant smile, Ke'Andrae Jamall Thomas, age 20, of Centerville, passed away Tuesday, August 7th, 2018.
He was born January 26th, 1998 to Tanisha Thomas and Harrison Williamson, Jr. Ke'Andrae graduated from Bridgescape Learning Academy He was formerly employed as a crew member at Wendys on Dayton-Lebanon Pike in Centerville.
Ke'Andrae is survived by his mom, Tanisha Thomas; dad, Harrison Williamson, Jr.; brother, Tre'Jsuan Henderson; two sisters, Te'Leia Thomas and J'Shanna Kelly; maternal grandmother, Robin Thomas; paternal grandmother, Patricia Williamson; maternal grandfather Larry Williams; paternal grandfather, Harrison Williamson, Sr.; aunts, Jakeia, Latricia, Wanda, Dianna, Shileca, Queen, and Leannette; uncles, Reo Sr., Charles, Julius, Tywaun, Tyreise, Michael, and Antwaun; great aunts, Valerie, Shirley, and Lolita, and numerous cousins.
Ke'Andrae loved animals especially dogs of any kind. He enjoyed playing video games, listening to rap music, swimming, watching movies, and riding his bike. Ke'Andrae formerly attended Resurrection Baptist Church and was a member of Young Life. He and his mom currently attended Circles at Fairhaven. His special friends and special sisters are foster mother Delores Taylor, Patrick, Buddy French (Jr), Eric Johnson, K'lia Johnson, Ilea Bradfield, Antonio, Dylan, Jacob, Dae'Shauna, Kendra Shoffner, Alex, Colten, Ceon, Ebony Taylor, and Kyran.
We will celebrate Ke'Andrae's life on Saturday August 18, 2018 beginning with a visitation from 3-4 pm at Fairhaven Church, 639 E. Whipp Rd., Centerville, immediately followed by services at 4:00 pm. Pastors Kirk Lithander, Norman Bradfield, Darrico Murray, and Bishop William A. Lash will be officiating.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Ke'Andrae Thomas Life Celebration Fund by clicking on Contribute to Final Expenses or send to Old Fort Banking, 6430 Wilmington Pike, Dayton, OH 45459. You are also welcome to send a condolence, light a candle and share a story about Ke'Andrae at www.ConnerAndKoch.com by clicking on his name.
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