Jimmy Earl Duewall

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Jimmy Earl Duewall 64, passed away in Conroe, TX October 4, 2011 after a long and painful fight with cancer. He was born in Wichita Falls, TX October 13, 1946 to Marvin and Charlotte Duewall.

Jimmy grew up in the small town of Henrietta, TX. His formative years were spent riding his Dad's horse Buck and playing baseball. He graduated from Henrietta High School in 1965. He was an outstanding athlete and instrumental in assisting his teammates to win numerous championships in football, basketball and track.

He moved to the Houston area in the 70's and was employed by Brown and Root Construction Co. The last 30 years of his life he and his family lived in the Conroe Area.

Jimmy was always lovingly known as a "free spirit," and found a way to enjoy that freedom when he discovered his Harley! The golden years of his life were spent riding with his friends and letting the wind blow through his hair.

He is survived by his mother Charlotte, brother Danny, sister Linda, three sons Jimmy, Tommy and Ross, three daughters, Andrea, Angela and Lori, 16 grandchildren Jamie Elizabeth, Daniel, Crystal, Jordon, Lit'l Tommy, Kelsie, Tyler, Allie, Handen, Brett, Eli, Taylor, Mackenzie, Reid, Donnie, Sheri and 4 great grandchildren Hayden, LeAnna, Kolton and Kevin. He was preceded in death by his father and younger brother Dea.

A farewell memorial and celebration will be held at 10:00 a.m. Saturday October 15th ant the First Baptist Church of Groceville 19256 FM 1484, Conroe, TX 77303.


Published on yourconroenews.com from Oct. 5 to Oct. 20, 2011