Let the memory of Jimi be with us forever
  • 63 years old
  • Born on October 5, 1952 .
  • Passed away on April 10, 2016 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Jimmy Lineham 63 years old , born on October 5, 1952 and passed away on April 10, 2016. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Martin Ulstein on 5th October 2017
Happy Birthday bro. I will never forget you. GOD bless.
Posted by Don Tilson on 5th October 2017
Happy Birthday Jim, missing you today!
Posted by Ralph Mills on 5th October 2017
"Jimmy was certainly an amazing guitar man. Sometimes it seemed as if his hands just did things on their own. You would hear all these amazing sounds and then look over at him and he would just have a shit eating grin on his face, as if `I can`t explain it, it just came out that way.` He was also excellent on piano and damn good on drums. It was an honor to know him"
Posted by Kathy Balch on 22nd April 2016
Rest in peace, Jimi. I have such fond memories of Jimi & Terry being inseparable. They were true soul mates and such great friends. Our dad & Jimi spent many hours building amplifiers and tweaking previous projects they had built. I haven't seen him since Terry passed but still think of him often. Daze of Nite...a lifetime ago. Thank you Martin, for this lovely tribute. He would be so embarrassed...
Posted by Don Tilson on 19th April 2016
Jim was there for me several times in my life, helping my parents move, putting siding on my house, playing bass with me and my brother John at VA....lots of good memories. Thanks to Martin for making this place to share our stories.
Posted by Martin Ulstein on 18th April 2016
I am really going to miss my good friend Jimi. We were friends since I was about 17 years old. Jimi was a very kind , good person, and had a heart of gold. He was also my guitar hero, music mentor, and life long friend. Beside being a true friend, he was probably the best guitar player I have ever known. Jimi was the core member of our group of friends. He was an inspiration to many guitar players in the Pacific Northwest. Every body loved him. He was a good man.

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