Thomas Nelson Thinnes

January 30, 1954 - November 13, 2021

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Thomas Nelson Thinnes, age 67, passed away on Saturday, November 13, 2021. Proud son of the late Louise Drier Thinnes and Nelson “Bud” Thinnes, brother of the late Michael Thinnes. He is survived by his wife Ann Harvey Thinnes, son Alex (Mindi) Thinnes, daughters Lynn Thinnes and Emily (Joshua) Mutchnick, grandchildren Hugh and Alana Thinnes and siblings Vicki (Ed) Gregory and David (Sue) Thinnes.

A graduate of North College Hill High School and Miami University School of Business. He was a Financial Advisor with UBS Financial Services, a devout Freemason, a 33 Degree Scottish Rite Mason, Chairman of the popular Breakfast Lecture Series at the Cincinnati Masonic Center, past Worshipful Master at Western Hills Cheviot Lodge # 140, youth softball and basketball coach in the Three Rivers School District.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Thomas Thinnes Cheviot Western Hills Scholarship Fund. Please write your check to the Valley of Cincinnati Foundation designated for Thomas Thinnes, 317 East 5th Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202, or any other educational foundation or organization.

A Memorial Service will be held on Friday, November 19, 2021 at Covenant First Presbyterian Church, 717 Elm Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45202 starting at 11 am; followed by a luncheon at the Cincinnati Masonic Center, 317 East 5th Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45202. Condolences at




Debbie VanKuiken - Nov 26, 2021
Dear Ann, I am so sorry for your loss. Tom was such a kind person. Sending you love and prayers in your grief. Debbie
Donna Labrecque - Nov 22, 2021
My condolences to your family. He was my advisor for many years, and a good friend.
Vicki & Bill Powers - Nov 19, 2021
Sorry for your loss. Tom was a great friend and I will miss him. I am unable to attend Friday but if there is anything I can do please let me know.
Henry M Smith - Nov 18, 2021
Go with GOD Tom. We will miss you.
Danne Dunworth - Nov 17, 2021
Mr. Thinnes, you will be missed. Our condolences to your family.
John White - Nov 17, 2021
What an amazing man. I had the honor of working with Tom during my time at The Ohio Masonic Home where Tom served on the Board for many years. His knowledge of the financial services industry was impressive. But, more importantly, his Love for his family and how he bragged about his grandkids is what I remember. A truly great man and mentor whom I will miss greatly. Prayers for comfort and peace for your family .
Carlin Stamm - Nov 16, 2021
A knowledgeable financial advisor who was diligent on behalf of his clients and even more important was a really good person. He was a “stock picking guy” and we will miss him.
Cheryl Stamm - Nov 16, 2021
We are so saddened to hear this. Tom has been our trusted advisor for years. He had such integrity and we could always count on his sage advice. Our prayers are with Tom and his family. Cheryl and Carlin Stamm
EDWARD DEVANY - Nov 16, 2021
I was one of Tom's first clients, many years ago. May he rest in peace.
Ken & Debbie Thinnes - Nov 16, 2021
Ann, we were so sorry to hear of Tom’s passing. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Tom was a wonderful person and he will truly be missed. You have our deepest sympathies. Love, Ken and Debbie
Greg Oswald - Nov 16, 2021
Working with Tom at the Lodge the word that comes to mind is "kind"...and that's a rare thing today. When they talk about Masonic "jewels" Tom was a walking, talking one and we will miss him. My sincerest sympathy and my prayers, Ann.
Bob - Nov 16, 2021
RIP Always the nicest person when you talked to him. He always smiled. Bob Thinnes
Marcia Secaur - Nov 16, 2021
I worked with Tom at Smith Barney. He was a good man, always cheerful and kind. My deepest sympathies to his family and friends.
Linda Thinnes Braunwart - Nov 15, 2021
Dearest Ann, his children, grandchildren, Vicki and David and families and all the cousins who grew up in NCH. Tom was one of the best!! He always held a special part in my heart. Peace for all of us left behind and joy to those in heaven seeing him again!! Love