Gunner Thames was a "Cowboys Cowboy" he was loved and liked by all that knew him. He always had a genuine smile and an infectious laugh and was country to the core. Gunner grew up hunting and fishing and spending time rodeoing and raising livestock in organizations such as THSRA, FFA, and 4-H. After a tragic rodeo accident in 2011, Gunner left this world at the young age of 15. Gunner loved working with livestock of all types, showing animals in 4-H, hunting, fishing, and mentoring younger kids. There was always one event that brought out so much joy. The Rodeo is where Gunner loved to be with his friends, family, and the rodeo community.
Our Non-Profit has raised over $500,000, which has gone to scholarships, 4H/FFA Projects, and families in crisis. With you help, we can make a positive impact in the rodeo community and beyond.
In the year of 2011, Gunner Thames passed away. The Agriculture and Rodeo community made such a positive impact on Gunner's life. The Local Community, Rodeo Community, and Thames Family decided to start a foundation to give back to the Rodeo and Stock Show Community. As a result, our foundation has raised OVER $500,000! The foundation strives to see Gunner's Core Ethics of Hard Work, Honesty, and Integrity live on in the next generation. We would love to see Gunner's Legacy Live On Forever!