Our beloved son, brother, father, grandfather, uncle and friend left us on February 14th 2022 to join his family and many friends waiting for him.
Shon was born on October 28th 1962 to Patricia Ann Walker and Donald Blaine Thomas Jr. He married Cindy Lee Tipton and together they had one son Skylar. Later divorced. He was married to Amber Elaine McIntyre and together they had one daughter Amanda. Now divorced.
Shon was an avid Trap Shooter and had won numerous trophies, beautiful belt buckles, pin, guns and awards. He holds the Western Regional Championship Title. He loved hunting, camping, fishing, boating and R.V. road trips with his family throughout the years.
Shon was the proud owner of S.P.A.S, a spa delivery and removal service for 35 years. He was very strong and hard working.
If you were ever lucky enough to meet Shon, you would remember him as always being kind, humble, and compassionate with a great sense of humor and loved to tell you a joke or two.
Shon is survived by his parents; son Skylar (Lindsay); grandson Ryker and another on the way; his daughter Amanda; his best friend and brother Daron Thomas; sisters Kimberly (Peter) Huber, Shelly (Robert) Schmidt and Patti Thomas.
A visitation for friends and family will be held on Sunday, February 27th from 2:00 to 4:00 PM at Larkin Sunset Gardens Mortuary, 1950 East Dimple Dell Rd (10600 S.), Sandy, UT. A celebration of life will be held on Sunday, February 27th at 5:00 PM at Shon’s favorite gathering place (his garage).
We will all miss you greatly. Until we meet again. “PULL”
Celebration of Life
Life Story Info
It is so hard to see his smiling face on here. It just does Not belong here!
But of course he has a smile. He always had a smile or a joke to tell.
Shon was, hands down, by far, the best looking, most handsome guy that ever walked the halls of Alta High School! Darin was next in line, only because Shon was a couple years older than Darin, and Darin was younger than me:) I saw Shon first;) The two of them could light up a room when they walked in. They both had plenty of assets to smile about! Shon was the life of the party and was lightening quick with a joke. All of the girls would gather around when he came around. He was so handsome. I remember being so mesmerized by his smile that when I saw him, I did not realize while he was speaking to me! And I didn't hear a word he said! I was so embarrassed! He knew what had happened so he posed and smiled:)
I just took a great stroll down memory lane. Thanks for the smiles Shon! Rest In Peace. I am so sorry for the loss of your best friend Darin! I shed tears just thinking about how close you two were. My thoughts and prayers are with you. God Bless you all! Lesa Angell-Brewer