In Memory

Jimmy Paige

Jimmy David Paige, 57, of Abilene, died Friday, July 3, 2009, at Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, Texas.

Born in Coleman, Texas, on November 14, 1951, he was the son of Birdie (Walker) and Walter David Paige. He was a 1970 graduate of Abilene High School and served in the Army National Guard. Having worked for AEP for 37 years, Jimmy was business systems supervisor.

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07/06/09 04:57 PM #7    

Angela Stewart (Lewis)

Oh, my! I just saw this. I am sooo sorry. Jimmy was such a fun guy to be around!

07/07/09 03:06 PM #8    

Monnie Harris (Harris)

Sandy, It is with a heavy heart that I write this note to you. I just read the email about Jimmy death, which means I didn't have time to get to the funeral. I will be praying for all the family at this sad time. A thought that helped me when my dad died is...Those who belong to the Lord, never see each other for the last time. May this thought comfort you in the long, dark days ahead.

Monnie Harris

07/11/09 11:16 AM #9    

Jamie Lacy (Breed)

What a remarkable slide show. RIP, Jimmy.

07/11/09 11:23 AM #10    

Betty Robbins (Fowler)

Thanks for sharing the video. It shows who he was, how much he loved and is loved, and makes us even more painfully aware of how much he will be missed.

07/11/09 11:46 AM #11    

Eunice Cornelius (Narrell)

Thanks for sharing this special video tribute of Jimmy. Precious memories...

07/11/09 12:29 PM #12    

Jenny Hill (Petree)

I absolutely loved the slide was a very moving tribute to a remarkable man. Thank you so very much for sharing it.

07/12/09 07:46 AM #13    

Mike Patton

What D.C. said...

09/02/09 10:34 AM #14    

Kathy Hazlewood (Deatherage)

Sandy, I too loved the slide show. I did not hear about Jimmy's passing until now. My heart goes out to you and your family.
Kathy Deatherage

09/20/09 09:27 PM #15    

Karen Thomas (Martin)

Sandy, I agree with everyone on the slide show. What a great tribute. My thoughts are with you and your family.

Karen Thomas Martin

11/11/09 08:44 AM #16    

Barbara Anderson (Gaskins)

Thank you so so much for serving our country
and keeping me and my family safe. I can't imagine what everyone has gone through over the years...I dont' think you CAN know unless you live it. But please be sure from the bottom of my heart I sincerely appreciate you. We miss you and will always remember you and your great family!

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