James Thomas Cashion

Bryan, Texas

Guest Book

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Sending out big love! I didn't know he was the quarterback!! Wow. 56 Years. Beautiful life.
Katy Koonce

Dear Aunt Lila & Family: I am truly saddened by the passing of Uncle Jim. I have always admired him for his wisdom and gentle guidance. They say everything is bigger in Texas, well that was my uncle Jim. He my not have been a man of great physical stature, but his huge heart and love for family would be hard to match. His gentle, yet strong presence was a testament to his walk with the Lord. I love how he never made you fell like an outsider, but just another member of the Cashion...

Mr Cashion, you are truly amazing person with wonderful stories and always brought a smile to my face no matter how bad of a day I was having. You are a special man and am so glad to have at least had you in my life for the short time I worked at Liberty. God Bless The Cashions and you are all in my thoughts and prayers.

Dear Lila and Family,
Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you. I know you will find comfort in special memories of your time with Jim.

Dear Emily and Family, My deepest sympathies on the loss of your dad. He was our surrogate father during college and I will always cherish those wonderful memories. Much love to you and your family.

May we all live our lives in James T. Cashion style. His "quiet confidence", his love of God and Family, and his zest for life. So many, many memories -- all bring a smile. I love you "Cashion family". God Bless.

I am so sorry for our loss of an American hero and an Aggie legend...prayers for his loved ones

Marilyn - so sorry to hear about your daddy. Prayers for you and your family. Bev and Mike Welch

May your hearts be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
With love, from your C & C family.


James's Obituary

James Cashion passed away in Bryan, Texas. The obituary was featured in The Bryan-College Station Eagle on March 11, 2013.