Robert Evan Thomas

November 1, 1962 - July 21, 2021
Robert Evan Thomas


Robert “Robbie” Evan Thomas, age 58 of Wilmington, NC, sadly passed away at New Hanover Regional Medical Center on July 21, 2021.

Robbie was born on November 1, 1962 in Pequannock, NJ to the late Robert Bernard and Elizabeth Jane.

Robbie was an incredible person with a heart of gold. His family says that they have never known anyone in their life that could capture a crowd with just a few words like he could. He could make anyone laugh in any situation. He was a lover of animals and sadly left behind his own fur babies, Leah and Darla. Jade, his daughter, will always remember him as “my best friend.. my daddy”.

Robbie is survived by his sisters Jennifer and Megan, his fiancé Gabriela Bisesi, his daughter Jade (Jessica), his grandsons Tyler William and Nathan Evan, his beloved Buttons, his fur babies Leah and Darla, and many extended family members and friends.

There are no services planned at this time.

In lieu of flowers, Robbie’s family asks that you make a donation to a local animal shelter in his honor.

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  • July 22, 2021
    Man and Susan Glass says:
    Jade and Jessica , Max and I are praying for you. We love you and the boys.

  • July 23, 2021
    Tim Jones says:
    Jade, Jessica, Tyler and Nathan. So sorry for your loss. Robbie was an amazing person. He could get anyone to laugh and lit up the room every time he entered one. He had an infectious laugh. He will be missed.

  • July 23, 2021
    Megan Thomas says:
    The lose of my brother, my baby brother, my only brother is so devastating that it is truly hard to find the words to describe what I am feeling. Robbie was always a joyous light, full of humor ever since he was a little boy. He was the light and laughter in our family. He was a complicated person, not always aware of the true joy he brought to people and how important that was. He was someone so very valuable who never realized how much we all treasured him. I hope he realizes now how empty our lives are with out him. I will miss him forever and treasure all of my memories of him.