Martha Jane Thomas
Martha Jane (James) Thomas, 78, returned home to glory on Thursday 21 of Nov., at her home in Decatur. She was a loving mother, who enjoyed spending time with family and friends.
Ms. Thomas was born and raised in Cullman, Ala. She was a veteran of the U.S. Navy, retired from GE, and was a faithful member of Danville Rd Church of Christ.
Daughter of Alexander and Iva (Waddell) James, youngest sibling to four sisters and one brother.
She leaves behind to cherish her memory, a son, Mark Thomas; a daughter, Carla (Jeff) Thomas Pearsall; her sister, Peggy Sanford of Miss.; life long friend, John I Thomas; and a host of nieces, nephews, friends, and her beloved Bella.
Her family and friends will celebrate her life on Dec. 7 at 2 p.m. in Delano Park, Decatur. We encourage all who knew her to come and celebrate her life with loving memories and stories.
The Thomas family requests on behalf of their mother that in the place of flowers, please make a donation in Ms. Thomas's name to the Alzheimer's Association online at act.alz.org/donate. Please help fight to eradicate this devastatingly, heartbreaking disease. Give, so we may fight for the first survivor.
Published on November 26, 2019

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Sherry James Collins
Dec 03, 2019
Mark and Carla I’m so sorry for your loss. Aunt Martha was so sweet and dear to many. I won’t be able to make it Saturday, I’m just getting over being sick just can’t afford to have another round of sinus trouble. You are all in our prayers.
Robert Laban James
Dec 02, 2019
To all those who knew her best and loved her most, Mark, Carla, John, Angie & Wayne, and others: I hope the many happy moments, loving words, the smiles and laughter of Martha’s healthier days long out live the “long goodbye” days of the Alzheimer’s. I pray that you will find comfort in Christ our Lord, the giver of ETERNAL life and joy!