On October 1, 2017 Thomas Day Jr., age 54, attended the Route 91 festival with his family including Whitney and 3 of her siblings. They were all so excited for the festival as they loved to go everywhere as a family. Unfortunately, Thomas Day suffered a mortal gunshot wound. This donation will provide relief and financial support to Whitney and her family as needed during this very difficult time
The life of Thomas Day Jr. revolved around his family. He has 3 grown daughters and a son. He was lifelong resident of Corona. He worked as a project estimator for Portrait Construction, a family-owned company. Portrait Constructions, based in Corona builds homes and commercial structures and rehabilitates apartment complexes.
He loved talking sports and history with his clients. He was a people person, and everyone he worked with or came in contact with, just loved him. He will be remembered as a "great man" who "always left people better than he found them." He was such a big Pittsburgh Steelers fan that he had their tattoo on his leg. He played co-ed softball with his daughters and coached Little League baseball. Thomas especially loved boating with his family on the Colorado River. He was passionate for country music — he attended the Stagecoach and Coachella festivals often.
Your donation is appreciated. 100% of the funds raised will go directly to Whitney Day and her family.
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