James Jimmy Obituary, Death -With great sadness in our hearts we bring the news of jimmy who has passed away Jimmy joined our supported labor program in 1981. Jimmy was 60. Jimmy’s coworkers at Wildman Linen & Uniform liked him. His old Cardinal teammates praised his quick wit and ability to improve any situation. Jimmy was helpful at work and elsewhere. He was a happy and nice person to be around because he often made others laugh. He was often meeting new people. Jimmy smiled at everyone. He’s great. Employees think he might be annoying when trying to surprise or amuse you. Watch for his glittering eye.

Jimmy had other plans, so a staff employee suggested they wait outside before going to the Y pool. Jimmy swam to the pool with his trunks, mask, tube, and flippers. I adore remembering. Another colleague reported Jimmy’s decision to leave his mother’s residence and hire movers. Movers contacted his working mother when they arrived. Her fear grew over time. Jimmy liked music, bowling, and the Cubs. Jimmy urged everyone on the bus to sing “Happy Birthday” to him, even though it wasn’t his birthday, said a Senior Center staff member. He looked forward to his birthday. Wildman would talk about it months in advance.

Jimmy’s lifelong companion Mary Kay died in 2021. Mary Kay and their love made him happy. He felt great talking about her, their dates, and his gifts. Others expressed joy at being reunited with Jimmy today. Jimmy’s mother, Faye, and the rest of his family have our deepest condolences. Jimmy has also apologized to Cardinals players and staff he’s worked with. Your friend died. Sunday, December 4, 2022, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at Redpath-Fruth Funeral Home, 225 Argonne Road, Warsaw, Indiana. Father Jonathan Norton will officiate Jimmy’s funeral in Warsaw, Indiana on December 5, 2022. A graveside service will follow at Oakwood Cemetery in Warsaw.