Darryl Hargrave-Thomas

Darryl Hargrave-Thomas, passed away at Beaumont hospital on August 4th, 2021 after a short illness.

Darryl was born May 6th, 1953 in Detroit, Michigan to John Nevill and Joyce Hargrave-Thomas as the fourth of eleven children. Darryl loved his big boisterous family, especially his three grandchildren and his dog Ruby. He couldn’t always visit his grandkids as often as he liked but he stayed in touch with fun video chats.

He will be remembered for his hand-crafted gourmet espresso drinks, beautiful restoration of his ‘65 Chevelle, and his larger than life stories.

Darryl is survived by his two daughters Meghan Baronowski and Emily Tosio, their spouses, and three grand children, John David, Douglas Owen (Baronowski), and Juniper Rae (Tosio), as well as his ex-wife Pamela Jones, and 8 siblings. He was preceded in death by his parents, brother Nevill and sister Clare.

A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, august 14th, please contact family for details.

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  1. Paul & Pat Urben

    To all the HT’s we are so sorry for your loss. You are all in our thoughts and prayers durning this difficult time. May the wonderful memories you have with Darryl help you get through this sad time.

  2. Prayers and our deepest sympathies for your loss, may God give you comfort 🙏🏻

    The Saylor Family

  3. So sad for your loss.

  4. Sending love and hugs holding you all in my heart. Darryl was a wonderful soul on this Earth and will be very much missed. Until we meet again, it’s comforting to know he is reunited with loving family on the other side as our great memories of him continue to live on. Blessings, love and light🙏🏻 Cousin Theresa

  5. In our hearts forever. I’ll cherish the memories of many good times together. Your life continues on Earth through your two beautiful daughters and your grandchildren.

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