Vanda Lee Ann Thomas, also known as Vanlee, fell asleep in death surrounded by her familyon July 31, 2022. She was 80 years old. She was born on September 16, 1941 to the lateIrving and Laura Thomas.\nVanlee attended the Talbot County Public School system and obtained her GED in 1985. Shestarted working at the Easton Memorial Hospital as a young woman and continued thisemployment until her retirement in 2012.\nVanlee dedicated her life to Jehovah in November 2011. She was a devoted Jehovah’sWitness and cherished her relationship with the brothers and sisters in the Easton, Marylandcongregation. She also enjoyed engaging in public witness work. Vanlee maintained her faiththroughout her illness and believed in the resurrection hope. Throughout her time here with usshe touched so many lives and was truly one of a kind.\nVanlee loved spending time with her family. Family was her everything. She loved herchildren, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren unconditionally and they all loved her deeply.She especially loved traveling with her family and having family game nights. She will bemissed by all, but forgotten by none.\nVanlee was preceded in death by her parents, Irving and Laura Thomas; her sisters, Alice andMargaret Thomas and Portia Macer; aunts Mary Washington, Pearl Green, Margaret Mills, andElizabeth Lewis; and her daughter Ruthenia Thomas.\nShe is survived by her son, Larry (Shimane) Thomas of Easton, MD; daughters, Venus Thomasand Palestine Thomas of Easton, MD, Brigthe (Don) Mentzer of Trappe, MD; granddaughters,Latoya Brooks and Jessica Thomas of Easton, MD; Erica (Brian) Thomas of Clinton, MD;grandsons Jermaine Thomas of Easton, MD and Larry Thomas Jr of Denton, MD; great-grandchildren Ty’Asia (Chris) Smith of Hurlock, MD; Kennedy Brooks and Karter Dawson ofEaston,MD; Evan,Blake, and Bailey Thomas of Clinton, MD and Braiden Thomas ofDenton,MD; brothers Gerald Thomas of Trappe, MD, Ronald (Portia) Thomas of Easton, MD,and sister Barbara (James) Camper of Trappe, MD; aunt Ruth Jenkins of Easton, MD, and a very special close cousin, Herbert (Jenny) Mills of Easton,MD and a host of nieces andnephews and many other relatives and friends whom she loved dearly.