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William Thomas IV

William Thomas IV
William Thomas IV

James was born into this world on November 26, 1987, to Kimmie and William “Billy” in Orlando, Florida. James entered into the arms of Jesus on June 24, 2024, where he was reunited with his daughter and father.

James had so many talents and skills passed down from his dad (Billy), stepdad (Tommy) and his Uncle David. There was not much he could not do. He began his work experience as a Prep Cook for JC Lobster Pot. Later James worked hard to follow in his fathers’ footsteps and obtained the Title of Journeyman Painter with Local 1010 Union Hall in Orlando. He was a perfectionist when he painted. He also loved Agriculture, Landscaping and Tree Work.

James spent much of his spare time working on dirt bikes and Bicycles.
James moved to Lake County in 1994 along with his siblings and parents at 7 years old where he grew up. He played football for 4 years from a peewee league to Umatilla High School Football. He loved Football and Basketball and loved to support his two nieces (Maria and Emalee) every chance he got in their High School Basketball Career. James also loved composing and writing Lyrics and wanted to record his lyrics professionally.

No matter where James was in his life he had a knack for making people laugh. James loved to be center stage from the grand entrances (to make sure everyone new James Thomas was in the house) to the goofy and silly actions and antics. James was a clown, he enjoyed making people smile and laugh.

James is survived by his mother and Stepfather Kimmie and Thomas Hebrock. Three sisters: Deborah Duncan (Jimmy), Erica Roblee (Geoff) and Diane Abrams (Paul). Four brothers: Thomas Hebrock Jr, Jason Price (Chelsea), Jacob Sanders, Jordan Sanders. To my Nieces, Nephews and Greats: Jason, Eve’Lynn, Donovon, Alex, Maria, Nathaniel, Emalee, Aubree, Darby, Chloe, Isobelle and his two Great Nephews he was blessed to spend a short time with Christopher and Donovon Jr. “ “Uncle James loved each of you very much and only wished you the very best in life. He was so proud to be your Uncle James”.

James will be missed by all including so many Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, and extended family.
Hold My Son in your hearts forever…

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