Tommy Thomas obituary Clarksburg WV – Boxing champion and Harrison County local Tommy Thomas has passed on following an over 10-year fight with Parkinson’s and dementia.
Thomas battled expertly from 1977 to 1986. He had a record of 34 successes and 8 losses with 21 knockouts. He was additionally both West Virginia and Alaska heavyweight champion, positioning as high as sixth on the planet for a heavyweight at a certain point.
Tommy Thomas worked for the Clarksburg Police Department from 1990 to 2009.
In the wake of resigning from boxing, Thomas worked for the Clarksburg Police Department from 1990 to 2009, turning into the city’s “Dare” official in 1995. On Monday, previous games chief at 12 news, Gary Bowden, who covered a huge part of Thomas’ vocation, halted by our station to share his recollections of Tommy.
“He was an incredible agent for Clarksburg and West Virginia since he was fruitful in his picked vocation,” said Bowden. “He battled some huge contenders that were broadly positioned. In any case, he was additionally fruitful as an individual in the work that he did with the Clarksburg police power and locally. He had a little exercise center at the old Morgan Elementary School and welcomed kids in to rehearse and gain from him just to remain fit as a fiddle. He wanted to help youngsters.”