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Jimmy Murchison

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  1. Gone too soon, resting forever in my heart, RIP my dear, dear friend.

  2. There will also be a memorial service at Jimmy’s home church, Christ Episcopal Church, 534 W 10th St, Dallas, TX 75208, on Saturday, October 12, 2019 at 11:00 am.
    Requiem æternam dona ei, Domine,
    Et lux perpetua luceat ei:
    Requiescat in pace.

    We will greatly miss Jimmy’s bubbly personality, his stories, the ham for every potluck dinner, the flowers he arranged, the beautiful bows he made every year to decorate the church at Christmas, and even the way he bossed everybody around who helped with the Christmas decor. He was an expert in that field, after all. Jimmy’s death leaves a big hole at Christ Church, one that will never be completely filled.
    I, personally, will miss Jimmy giving me rides to and from the church, since I don’t have a vehicle of my own. In those short drives, we had many great, often very humorous, conversations. Very few were Jimmy’s equal as a raconteur; he had the best stories.
    Godspeed, my friend, Godspeed.

  3. Jimmy was my first true friend when I moved to Salado. he helped me through some decorating
    decisions, shopping trips, & lonely times. Always making me smile and laugh no matter where we
    were– even Sunday School!.I treasured our friendship and will miss him dearly. One of the few
    Democrats in Salado, his last posts on Facebook
    reflect his love to make people smile. All who knew Jimmy have their own special memories. Mary Beth and John hold tight to those memories. I send love and prayers to you both. know I am here if you need anything, any thing at all.
    We now feel sadiness as we lost a Father, Friend and Veteran. He served his country well.
    Rest in Peace Jimmy, until we meet again…. Susan Starnes

  4. I will miss your laughter and friendship Jimmy.

  5. A kind and talented man. He loved going to lunches with the Altar Guild group from Christ Episcopal Church – Oak Cliff – Dallas, TX. He was looking forward to making the Christmas bows for the Church festivities. He will be greatly missed . RIP – Jimmy

  6. Jimmy will always be remember at Christ Episcopal Church in Dallas. It seems just like yesterday that I had lunch with him and Ben at Jed’s down the street from the church. Jimmy was always full of laughter and was very out spoken. He helped at Christ Episcopal Church serving as an Alter Guild and was in charge of the flowers arrangement for the alter. He took pride in his work and the flowers always looked so beautiful. Jimmy had so many talents and his gifts will be missed dearly by so many.

    God Bless,
    Wendy Lyons

  7. I remember Jimmy and his wonderful antique and gift store. Always friendly & helpful. God bless and keep his family and friends. Prayers for your loss.

  8. May God be with your family in their time of grieving. I will miss your comments and pictures of the beautiful flowers you made. Godspeed Jimmy!

  9. So sorry to hear about Jimmys passing. My prayers to the family.

  10. Mary Beth,

    Your Dad was a glorious, wonderful person in so many ways! We spent hours talking about everything great and small in Tyler’s shop in Salado. All topics were fair game. His home was open and welcoming. There could never be too much food or too many flowers. He helped me arrange my daughter’s wedding. It was unforgettable…truly stamped with Jimmy’s special touch. He will be missed!

  11. Godspeed Jimmy! Thoughts and prayers go out to your family. You will be missed.

  12. Dear Mary Beth,
    I so sorry and sad to hear about the passing of Jimmy. A wonderful and very funny person.
    I just found out the other day.
    I have know my friend Jimmy for over 50 years.
    He an I met in the Navy, where he and I went on alot of tours of Asia.
    We had an apartment in Japan for three year and enjoyed being able to be off base and the ship and going to Tokyo which we really enjoyed. This is when I found out that he loved shopping for antiques. We were on two Flag ships during our three year in the Asia.
    Then once both of us got out of the Navy, Jimmy came back to Texas and I came back to California. We talk to each other once a year and about what was happening in our life and Mary Beth we talk about you quite often who he loved very much. He was so happy about the job you have now. Also, we visited each 6 times over the years.
    Jimmy love life and the people around him.
    Again, I am heart broken to find out about my friend Jimmy.
    Mary Beth big hugs to you.
    Don Andersen

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