Thomas Riley Locke

19980304 –

 20180218

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Thomas Riley was born on March 4, 1998 to Kelly Plasker and Jon Locke in San Antonio, Texas. Thomas was always a very loving young man who deeply cared for his friends, family, or a stranger in need of care. Although school was not a big priority, his high level of intelligence was undeniable.

Survivors include his mother, Kelly Plasker; step-father, Brandon Jones; father, Jon Locke and wife, Amy; siblings, Bailey and Spencer Jones; Madison Locke Chester and husband; Troy, Sydney, Kirsten, and Cooper Locke; aunt, Kristin Plasker; maternal grandfather, Alvis Plasker; maternal grandmother, Deborah Williamson and husband, Richard; paternal grandparents, Billy and Dorothy Locke; Thomas is also survived by his faithful companion, Church an Alaskan husky mix.

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25 thoughts on “Thomas Riley Locke”

  1. Thomas had a large circle of friends who cared for him very much. He will be missed so much by a lot of people. Forever in our hearts!

  2. Thomas was an amazing person inside and out. His joy was acting and creating haunted houses and he was one of the best. His personality was infectious and he helped so many people in so many ways just by being himself. We love Thomas and there will forever be a hole in our hearts without him.

  3. I really enjoyed meeting Thomas. He was a gentle spirit-but could lead his brother and sister. My prayers for the family-especially the parents.

  4. I am so very saddened and sorry about this. May GOD, wrap you in HIS, loving arms and give you comfort. I am praying for you all.

  5. Thomas was smart and goofy and had his own style. He was always ready to entertain with his expressive face and infectious laugh. And even though he caught with his younger sister and brother he was kind. He always had a big hug for me when I saw him. He will be greatly missed. Love to his family.

  6. I will miss my “second son” so much. I love you Thomas and am so sad without you in our world any longer. My prayers are with everyone who loved Thomas for the special person he was.

  7. My condolences to each individual within Thomas’ family during this time of great loss. In due time, I sincerely hope the memories of good times spent with Thomas will give you significance peace and comfort. God bless you.

  8. Thomas was a very talented and loving young man. He could brighten the room with his smile and his laugh. He had a keen sense of knowing when you were down it would raise your spirits up without you realizing it. He could be any character he chose to be and acted accordingly. We all lost a very dear friend and the world lost a great talent and a wonderful human being. Fly high sweet boy and keep an eye on the rest of us.

  9. Thomas was a special student of mine and I am so proud that he did graduate from Premier High School. The news of his passing has been so hard for the students and staff who knew him. It is so difficult to believe Thomas is not with us at this time. Sending prayers for all who loved him.

  10. I met Thomas at Premier HS. He always could make me smile and usually shake my head. We ran into each other recently and visited. He was smiling and making me smile. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

  11. I only knew him from the haunt..I wish I had gotten to know him better..he will be missed dearly.

  12. Thomas was…literally my first friend ever. Who never turned his back on me. We were great friends in 8th and 9th grade before he moved away. Seeing him at the funeral was really hard. I offer my prayers to his free spirit and to his mourning family. May all of you have peace. <3

  13. Thomas was a caring person, he was an innocent person living in this world – he will be remembered by everyone, he is in our hearts and will not be forgotten .

  14. I may not have known Thomas personally, but I knew that he was one of Lexi’s first and true friends. Finding someone like that, someone who would’ve stuck with you through everything, it’s rare to find in someone else, and losing someone like that hurts like nothing else. I pray that he rests peacefully in heaven, and that he knows that he is loved and was an amazing friend to such an amazing girl. Thank you Thomas, and Rest In Peace. ????

  15. I may not have known Thomas personally, but I know Lexi, and I know that he was one of Lexi’s first and true friends. Finding someone like he was, someone who would stay with you no matter what and never turn their back on you, is very difficult to find, I could trek that he made Lexi very happy ever since 8th grade. I pray that he rests peacefully in heaven and knows that he is loved dearly and meant so much to so many people. Thank you Thomas, and Rest In Peace. ????

  16. Dear Family,
    I wish to express my deepest sympathy in the loss of your loved one. The pain, the grief, and the feelings of helplessness can seem unbearable. The Bible’s promises give comfort and hope. “ And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more,neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away”. – Revelation 21:4. I hope this will give your family comfort. If you would like to know more about what the Bible promises, please visit jw.org free of charge or obligation.
    With Deepest Sympathy, Kristy

  17. I would like to offer my heartfelt condolences to the family. Death is never easy especially when one is so young. There is a beautiful promise held out to Thomas and all of our dear loved ones who have fallen asleep in death at John 6:39, 40.

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