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Jim Wilkinson (18)

Jimmy Wilkinson Obituary

Jimmy Wilkinson FORT WORTH -- Jimmy Wilkinson, 83, passed away on Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017, at home surrounded by his family. CRYPTSIDE SERVICE: 2 p.m. Friday at Garden of Memories Mausoleum, Mount Olivet Cemetery. Jimmy was a proud and loving husband, father and grandfather. SURVIVORS: Wife of 64 years, Reba Wilkinson; daughter, Debbie Wilkinson-Faulk; granddaughter, Emilyann Faulk; and brother, Stanley Wilkinson.


Published in Star-Telegram on Aug. 24, 2017

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08/26/17 10:31 AM #1    

Kenneth Wiggs (1)

I have known Jim since 1978 when I joined the club. Jim has been a fixture at the club for as long as I can remember. He was one of the smarts men I have known and was a great source of information. I don't know how londg Jim was a member and I thnik he was in on the founding of the club. If not it was not long after. That was in the mid sixties. Jim was a aircraft stress engineer for LTV. I don't know how many years but a good while. He was also the guy that took care of the targets for years and helped clean up at the range. He helped with lots of the projects we have done over the years. He will be missed. JIm was one of Very good guys in life and it was a pleasure to have known him. Kenneth Wiggs  


08/26/17 10:49 AM #2    

Thomas Mann (206)

So very sorry to hear of his passing this morning. RIP

08/26/17 01:48 PM #3    

Greg George (2)

As Ken Wiggs stated, Jim was a fixture for the club. He was verk knowledgeable, and friendly. He took it upon himseld to maintain the range on his own and was dedicated to helping others. He will be dearly missed. Greg George

08/27/17 05:51 PM #4    

Charles DeRouen (1045)

I was lucky enough to have met this man. I can only say he was a very generous man while on the range. My deepest reguards to the family. May God bless his soul. RIP Jim. 

08/28/17 07:11 AM #5    

Wayne Quenichet (258)

One of the "Greatest Generation", a real gentleman, and a good friend at HCR&P. I'll miss Jim and may God bless his family.

08/28/17 10:03 AM #6    

Terry Cheek (611)

Jim and I met once at the range.  That single time was enough for me to remember him as as a good man.


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