Anthony Shawn Thomas, pictured here with his wife Tinisha Thomas, was one of 33 crew members who died aboard the El Faro. Thomas, a father of five, served in the U.S. Navy for 10 years and had been a merchant mariner for the last 17 years.
Anthony Shawn Thomas, pictured here with his wife Tinisha Thomas, was one of 33 crew members who died aboard the El Faro. Thomas, a father of five, served in the U.S. Navy for 10 years and had been a merchant mariner for the last 17 years. The estate of Anthony Shawn Thomas
Anthony Shawn Thomas, pictured here with his wife Tinisha Thomas, was one of 33 crew members who died aboard the El Faro. Thomas, a father of five, served in the U.S. Navy for 10 years and had been a merchant mariner for the last 17 years. The estate of Anthony Shawn Thomas

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