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James Eugene Irby

3 septembre 195410 juin 2021
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James Eugene Irby was born September 3, 1954 in Dallas, Texas to parents James Elmo Irby and Ruth (Latham) and entered eternal rest on June 10, 2021 at the age of 66. James, "Rinky Dink" or "Dinker" as he was known by most was a very humble, hard - working man who would always help people out that needed it. He was a Christian by faith and Baptized as Pentecostal at The Payne Springs Church. He enjoyed deer hunting, fishing and he was a good gardener. "Dinker" was always just a phone call away from helping anyone. He had a heart as big as the sky. James was preceded in death by: his parents; his sisters: Cathy Southard and Rebecca Thomas; Grandma Lola Juanita Irby. He is survived by: His Wife Sara Irby of Combine; his sons: Rusty Irby and spouse Cindy of Crandall; Anthony Irby and spouse Christi of Combine; granddaughter; Haley Irby of Combine; grandsons: Coleman Irby of Canton; James and Jaxson Loper of Seagoville; Robert Faulkner; Kevin Smith of Kaufman; granddaughters: Starla Whiteley and Allie Whiteley of Scurry; Destiny Loper and Faith Loper of Seagoville; sister Diane Henderson of Kaufman; brother Randy Irby and spouse Kathy of Mabank; brother Paul Irby of Kaufman; sister Linda Arterburn and spouse David of Aley; other loving family members and many more friends.

Services

  • Visitation

    mardi, 15 juin , 2021

  • Funeral Service

    mercredi, 16 juin , 2021

  • Graveside Service

    mercredi, 16 juin , 2021

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James Eugene Irby

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Linda Selman

16 juin , 2021

James was such a faithful man, and a trustworthy one. A hard worker, quiet man, and fun to be around, He was a good friend and excellent manager to Don, and then to me. He made dark days easier. I am honoured to have worked with him and to have known him. I wonder what he and Don are up to, in Heaven? What a reunion!

Tasha Loper

15 juin , 2021

This man here taught me so much, i still till this day live by his words in many ways, i have so many wonderful memories i could share but one that fits him perfect and is a memory i will never forget is when I was working in the garden with him, as i usually would any chance i could
, he told me to go pick the okra and showed me how. He always suggested i put a long sleeve and pants on but of course it was hot out and i said i would be just fine. Though he knew what i was about to get my self into, i did not. I had a tank top, shorts and flip flops on and boy did i regret it. His laugh and "i told you so" after i felt like i had layed down in a bed of fiberglass was a laugh i will always hear in the back of my head when i make fried okra the way he taught me. It was for sure a lesson of many that i learned from this man! He was like a dad to me in many ways for many years, I will always cherish every lesson, every memory, and every day i was blessed enough to spend with him.
Love you "papa dink" you will truly be missed.

Rusty Ondrusek

14 juin , 2021

Sending our most sincere condolences for your loss of such a great man. I could go on for days with the wonderful memories I have and definitely hold dear to me heart. I am so blessed to have had him in my life and the lessons he taught me along the way. He will be truly missed by everyone who knew him and lucky enough to call him “Friend”.
RIP Daddy Dinker we love you.
Rusty Ondrusek

Paul & Becka Tomberlin

14 juin , 2021

Diane, Linda & Family. Our deepest sympathy and prayers for you all. Sincerely The Tomberlin’s

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