Thomas Charles Redinbaugh

November 21, 1976 ‒ July 24, 2020

Ashley, Ohio

Thomas C. Redinbaugh, 43, of Ashley, passed away suddenly on Friday, July 24, 2020 at his residence with his loving family at his side.

Thomas was born on November 21, 1976 in Groton, Connecticut, son of the late James N. and Patricia M. (Thompson) Redinbaugh.  He had attended Buckeye Valley High School and the Delaware Joint Vocational School where he studied auto mechanics.  Thomas had worked at the Oak Haven Golf Course and 84 Lumber, both for a number of years, and had also enjoyed construction work for many years.  He loved tattooing.  Thomas also liked all music, but was partial to heavy metal music.  Thomas was affectionately known as “Tata” by his grandson, Nolan.

Surviving is his wife, Angel K. (Sparks) Redinbaugh, whom he married on July 24, 2002; children, Chase Redinbaugh, Alexis Redinbaugh and Sierra Redinbaugh, all of Ashley and Amber Hammons of Delaware; grandson, Nolan Hammons; brother, James N. Redinbaugh, Jr. of Ashley; two half-sisters, Lisa (Randy) Wright and Wanda, both of Texas; and several nieces and nephews, Billy and Kammie Glennie.

Visitation will be held on  Thursday, July 30, 2020 from 2-4 p.m., with a Celebration of Life service to follow at 4:00 p.m., in the Snyder Rodman Funeral Center, 101 Valleyside Drive, Delaware, with the Rev. Donnie Akers, officiating.

Memorial contributions may be given in Thomas Redinbaugh’s memory, to help with funeral expenses or to the American Heart Association.

The Snyder Rodman Funeral Center, Delaware, is honored to serve the family of Thomas Redinbaugh.

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  • To the family of Thomas we are so sorry for your loss. He was always very kind when we saw him. Rest in Peace Thomas.

    Kurt Simmons, Sandy Ashbrook
    and Families

  • Our deepest condolences to Angel & the kids.
    Love Neva Mae Sparks & family.
    Sparks Branch Flat Gap Kentucky.

  • We are so very sorry for your loss. You are all in our continued prayers of love and peace.
    Deana Hoppe
    Summer Clark

  • It was such a shock to hear about Thomas. I’m sad that we didn’t stay more in touch. There aren’t many of us left. It’s uncanny how much thomas looks like Uncle Jim. I’m really sorry for the family’s loss. Keep your memories close and may God’s word give you some peace with time.

  • Angel, Chase and family,
    I am so sorry for your loss. I understand and sympathize with you regarding the loss of a father at a young age.
    I hope each of you find the peace you deserve and find a way to live up to Thomas’ lessons and expectations. Chase, I am here for you Buddy. You might not want to talk yet but I know what you are going through as I to lost my father early.
    My family and the BV family is thinking of each of you.

    Sean Smith

  • I am so sorry and shocked in hearing of the passing of Thomas. He sure does look like Uncle Jim. There is one thing for sure about a Redinbaugh, even with distance and not seeing each other for years, the love in our hearts for each other always remains strong. You all have our deepest sympathy and prayers in your time of mourning.

    Larry and Anita Redinbaugh Nicol

  • Thomas, I will always remember the first time I ever laid eyes on you. You were 16 and sitting on the couch and my first thought was wow, I’m not the only one that looks like dad. Over the years I wish we had been able to keep in touch more often, but as usual our own lives get in the way. That doesn’t mean that we didn’t think about each other often. You have and will always be in my heart, I will love and miss you forever baby brother. love your “Big” sister Lisa

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