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July 21, 2018

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October 10, 2017
Praying for God's peace and comfort.
October 9, 2017
Olive Branch has lost one of its great leaders. Mr. Jimmy Marr served the Olive Branch Community for many years as the Director of the Olive Branch Volunteer Ambulance Service. For those newcomers to Olive Branch the concept of ambulance service provided by volunteers may appear unusual or foreign. For those of us who lived and worked in Olive Branch during the 70's and 80's the Olive Branch Volunteer Ambulance Service was our life line. Dedicated individuals sacrificed many hours to obtain the latest and highest level of training possible. They missed family occasions, Christmas mornings and Thanksgiving feasts all while responding to assist others in need.

Jimmy was a great leader. As a young man starting out in EMS, I didn't understand everything that Jimmy was trying to teach me. As I grew older I came to understand his methods and I try to use them to this day when I encounter young gung-ho EMTs. A few years ago, shortly after I retired, I met jimmy at the grocery store. We stood and talked for a few minutes, caught up on old times and as we parted ways he thanked me. I asked him what he was thanking me for and he said that he was proud of me and of the accomplishments I had made. I replied, No Sir, it is you who deserves the thanks. You were the one that gave a gung-ho kid an opportunity to serve the community.

Mr. Jimmy Marr will be missed as a friend and mentor.

Tim Curtis
October 9, 2017
Miriam, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
October 9, 2017
Mrs. Louise & Miriam,
Please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. I will always remember Mr. Jimmy as the man who kept my car running smoothly thanks to his hobby of working on cars. - Ashley Bowlan