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Jimmy Thomas Blount

jimmy blount

February 5, 1941 ~ August 20, 2023

Born in: Rotan, Texas
Resided in: San Antonio, Texas

Jimmy was born to Clyde and Flora Deel Blount on February 5, 1941 in Rotan, Texas.  He was the youngest child of three.
He attended the local schools in Rotan and later obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration  from Texas Tech University. Jimmy met his wife in church and they shared sixty-two years of marriage, they were blessed with a son and daughter.  Jimmy enjoyed the outdoors, he loved hunting, he also enjoyed dancing with his wife, playing cards and traveling but he was most passionate about his family. He joined University Methodist Church where he remained a member until his passing.  Jimmy retired from Bowman Lumber Company after thirty-six years of service as Vice President and Controller.
Jimmy is proceeded in death by his parents, Clyde and Flora Blount; brother, Richard Blount and his daughter, Beth Groves.  His memory will be treasured by his wife of sixty-two years, Janie Blount; son, Jim (Linda) Blount; sister, Patsy Lawrence and grandchildren, Joshua (Kirsten) Blount, Logan (Amber) Blount, Parker (Hailey) Blount and Stina (Daniel) Emery Wolforth.

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  1. Jim was my classmate from grade 1 through high school. He was always a lot of fun and you can see by his smile (or grin) that he always had, that there was a little bit of mischievousness in him. He was a member of the first little league team in Rotan (Rebels). He was a superior athlete, especially in football. His classmates will miss him.
    Ed Patton

  2. Dear Jim and family,
    Sending strength and comfort during this difficult time.
    With sympathy,
    Your Market Access and Phathom Family

  3. Janie, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. May God give you strength and courage as you go forward with your life. I am so proud of the years that you and Jim had together.

  4. CandleImageJanie,
    We send our deepest condolences to you and your family upon the loss of the love of your life. We will always remember Jim’s positive attitude even in the face of his illness. You danced beautifully together and were always fun at the Bridge table. We will miss him. Rest well knowing that is in the safest place he can be and that you him gave your all. We are so sorry for the grief we know you are feeling.
    Joy and Joy

  5. CandleImageDearest Janie—so very sorry for your loss. It was wonderful having the pleasure of knowing both you and Jim. You and Jim were such a lovely couple. Steve and I send our deepest condolences.

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