The American football player Noah Thomas had an elder brother, Josh Thomas, who tragically lost his life in September 2023.
The news of the untimely death of Josh was shared via social media by gigEm247’s Carter Karels.
Following the death of his brother, Noah was seen on the sidelines before Saturday’s kickoff but did not play.
The reason behind him not playing the game is not clear, but the team probably wanted him to give him some time off the ground.
Josh’s younger brother, Noah Thomas, is a promising wide receiver who currently plays for the Texas A&M Aggies.
The two brothers share a close bond with each other and always had a healthy brotherly relationship.
Noah looked up to his elder brother and wanted to have him sit on the stand as he played in the NFL.
While this cherished aspiration may remain unfulfilled, there’s no doubt that his future in the NFL would serve as an ode to his brother’s memory.
Moreover, the Texas A&M football community also extended their heartfelt condolences to the grieving family.
Josh Thomas Death And Obituary
It is with heavy hearts and profound sorrow that Carter Karels announced the untimely passing of Noah’s beloved brother, Joshua Thomas.
However, the details about the death of Josh are not available.
“Josh was called home by the Lord at the tender age of 33.” Noah said.
He added, “Josh was not only a son and a brother but had recently embraced the joy of being a new father.”
Josh’s departure from this world has left an indelible void in the lives of his family and friends.
In this time of grief and reflection, their family humbly requested to extend helping hands to aid the farewell he rightfully deserves.
Noah Thomas has initiated a GoFundMe campaign, inviting people to generously contribute towards ensuring that Josh receives the finest possible funeral.
Extended Career of Josh Thomas Brother Noah Thomas
Noah Thomas played football at Clear Springs High School under coach Anthony Renfro. In his senior year, she compiled 63 catches, 935 receiving yards and 21 touchdowns.
During high school, he earned several honorable mentions, including 24-6A unanimous First Team All-District. Moreover, he was the finalist for Greater Houston Area Offensive Player of the Year by the Touchdown Club of Houston.
Besides football, he was a member of high school basketball and track & field teams.
As a 4-star recruit by 247, Thomas enrolled at Texas A&M University despite offers from Arkansas, Arizona State, and Notre Dame.
In his freshman year, Noah earned the Top Offensive Newcomer and Special Teams Most Improved awards.
Still, in his sophomore year, the American football wide receiver will improve his performance in the coming years.