- 84 years old
- Date of birth: Jul 12, 1929
- Place of birth:
Ellensburg, Washington, United States
- Date of passing: Sep 2, 2013
- Place of passing:
Jackson, California, United States
|The Impossible Only Takes A Little Longer|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, James "Jim" Hailey, 84, born on July 12, 1929 and passed away on September 2, 2013. We will remember him forever.
"Happy Birthday Big Brother! You are missed! We love You!"
"Happy birthday Cowboy. I hope you are having a wonderful time in heaven with good company. We miss you."
"Happy Birthday Jim......I miss you......Tammy"
"Happy 4th Jim. We always had a lot of fun on the 4th. Pismo Beach was our favorite place for the 4th......Tammy"
"Happy Easter Jim. I miss you. Holidays are the most difficult."
"Sorry I missed Christmas. Was in hospital. Cut my leg from side to side. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Really miss you."
"He is gone but not forgotten. It has been overwhelming how many times I will be doing something and then all of a sudden my thoughts drift off to dad. It has been so hard to accept him being gone, He was invincible to me. I do miss him and know that everyday he is with me. We built a shop and needed framing for the windows, of course dad had left just the right materials to do the job. He was not here but he still got to be involved in the project. My favorite part of the building is the windows and they always remind me of him. Tammy it is so special that you continue to post. I know how you loved him. Nobody can bear hug like dad. Jackie"
"It's been two years since we lost you. You are so missed."
"I'm a few days late. Happy Birthday Jim."
"Happy Valentine's Day Jim."
"Merry Christmas Jim......We miss you.....Tammy"
"Happy Birthday Jim. You are missed"
"We had a lot of good times and of course some bad ones also. Jim was a good man. Liked his Johnny Walker Black Label a bit to much....lol. He will be missed. I will always love him."
"I met Cowboy Jim through my dad Larry. They pretty much became instant best friends. They both loved sports of all kinds. Whichever sports my dad normally didn't watch, Jim got him to watch as well as the other way around. They would go chop wood together and do their grocery shopping together too. I know my dad Larry will never be the same without him. He will be missed."
"I didn't know Jim, but have heard a lot of great things about him! Prayers to his Family."
"Cowboy will be missed, one of the nicest ol cowboys I had the pleasure to meet!! always your friend Rose"
"I knew Jim for brief time when I lived on Lily gap rd. He was wonderful with horses. My horse Rusty was about 30years old, and he would get down, and have trouble getting back on his feet. The neighbors would help get him back up. Jim was always their. He would stop to see how everything was going. What a very caring person he was. Bobbie"
"So sorry to hear about your dad. We will keep your family in our thoughts and prayers."
"What an amazing world of technology we now have!!! This is wonderful, THANK YOU, Jackie! I am sure that all who visit here will have thoughts of Jim...I hope they write them down. He was an incredibly talented man. Even though it was difficult for him, he made sure I knew that we shared love & kept in touch in later years. I will cherish that! And our Mother would be pleased & proud!"
"A memorial gathering will be held at the VFW in West Point, CA on Sept 18, 2013.
Just starting this site,
if you have have any questions you can call Jackie at 805-391-3566"
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