Dr. James William Stegall
My heart goes out to Jim's wife, family and the B/CS community. He was my hero at the bank. I had the pleasure of working for him for several years. He taught me so much and we shared much laughter and many practical jokes. He and Evelyn, along with Gerry Chandler, hosted a surprise wedding reception for my husband Rob and I about a month after we were married at the Brazos Co Courthouse; and now 30 years later, we will never forget all our Trust Dept friends and the beautiful tiered wedding cake that Ms. Evelyn had made for us. Jim has an honorable place in heaven sitting right beside Jesus as he claims his just rewards. Jim, you will be missed so deeply and forever remembered with much love. Lucy & Rob Robbins, Newnan GA
SWEET SWEET JOURNEY DADDY
THANK YOU FOR NEVER LETTING ANYONE IN THE MCKEMIE FAMILY DOWN!!
WHAT A LEGACY WE HAVE TO LIVE UP TO ...UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN...SISTER. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE
The Dare Family will miss one of God's Angels! Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Stegall Family and the many friends across the Brazos Valley and beyond.
His love of people and the thousands that he touched are testament to a man filled with God's grace, wisdom and a passion for life. If there was ever a need, Jim would find the help to meet the need at hand.
Jim was a builder of relationships and friendships with people and organizations, a dynamic administrator, and an outstanding community volunteer who made significant contributions to the development of the Brazos Valley and to the quality of life in the Bryan/College Station community. His unique style of leadership and skills in building vital relationships across socio-economic boundaries helped mold the community for over 50 years. His dedication to education, healthcare, social services and to the service industry as well as his donation of thousands of volunteer hours are an inspiration for all to admire.
We have been privileged to know and love Jim & Evelyn Stegall for more than 21 years and are grateful that our paths have crossed.
A true gentleman and someone we are honored to call our friend.
God bless you!
Milton, Sandy, Matthew, Michael & Claire Dare
At Jim's funeral today as he was remembered by his grandson and son-in-law, I began to think of the many times I said hello to Jim. Without fail, he greeted me warmly and with sincere words of encouragement. JIm was a good man and an inspiration to me. Please accept my sincere condolences.
Steve Ogden State Senator Dist. 5
We'll miss you Mr. Jim. Your smiles and your sweet voice, and all the lessons you had to share. I know the angels in heaven are so happy to have you.