Claude Martin Grimes

Dallas, Texas

1937 - 2019 (Age 81)


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GRIMES, Claude Martin Claude Martin Grimes, born in Arlington, TX on February 12, 1937 to George Raymond Grimes and Willie Mae Martin Grimes passed away January 2, 2019. He is survived by his loving wife of 24 years, Alicia; his brother, Carl-wife Sandy; sister Mary, children James Ray, Lonnie,...

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Claude, has been my barber for more years than I can remember. His easy going manner and dry humor were a respite on a busy day. Weather I got the "Grooms cut, the board room cut or the vacation cut", he always made me look better than I deserved. You will be missed my friend.

Ron Miglini

I knew Claud for thirty-five years and enjoyed every one of them. Whether the talk was of motorcycles, masters swimming, yoga, massage or various Zen states, Claude always had an informed opinion or word of advice. I'll miss his calm presence and friendship.

Claude was my first yoga teacher at Ranjana's yoga studio. I saw a large man pull into the parking lot on a motorcycle. He was quite a presence, looking a bit overwhelming - I didn't know he was the yoga teacher. After a few minutes, I got over my perception of what a yoga teacher might look like, and realized he was a presence and teacher in so many ways. It's been a long time since I had a class with him, but his lessons never left me. With gratitude and love, Vicki

Claude was my yoga teacher/mentor/friend. I will always remember his words of wisdom and guidance. Ill miss Claude. May you be in the Land Of The Buddhas quickly and swiftly. Namaste and deep gassho

Claude was a wonderful person who will be missed by everyone . I am privileged to call him Uncle.

In loving memory to a longtime friend who I

will miss greatly. Thank you for your advice and

words of wisdom when I needed it the most. I

will never forget you.

RIP Claude

In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.

With Ski Group in Colorado

An ALWAYS upbeat, smart, and very good friend...Claude enjoyed who and where he was. I recall his getting into alpine skiing. He was always eager to get out there (photo from Vail trip). I (and surely ALL who knew him) will miss Claude and wish him Godspeed on his next adventure!