OBITUARY

Jimmy Lastly

November 21, 1946October 8, 2021

Jimmy Lastly, 74, of Burnet, passed away October 8, 2021. Jimmy was born November 21, 1946 in Burnet to Jimmie B. and Reba Lastly. After graduating from Burnet High School in 1965, Jimmy worked as a ranch hand cowboy and attended welding school. He then became a pumper in the oil fields. Jimmy enjoyed building and repairing things with his hands. He loved to hunt and be outdoors. Jimmy is preceded in death by his parents, Jimmie B. and Reba Johnston Lastly and a sister Emma Jo Handley. He is survived by two sons Ben and John Mark, brothers Tommy and wife Pat Lastly, Rex and wife Amanda Lastly, John and wife Lori Lastly, and a sister Connie and husband James Wofford; all of Burnet. A graveside service will be held at Pebble Mound Cemetery on Thursday October 21, 2021 at 10:00 am.

Arrangements were in the care of Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home in Burnet.

Condolences may be offered at www.clementswilcoxburnet.com

  • FAMILY

  • Ben Lastly, Son
  • John Mark Lastly, Son
  • Tommy Lastly (Pat), Brother
  • Rex Lastly (Amanda), Brother
  • John Lastly (Lori), Brother
  • Connie Wofford (James), Sister
  • Jimmy is preceded in death by his parents Jimmie B. and Reba Johnston Lastly and sister Emma jo Handley.

Services

21 October

Graveside Service at Pebble Mound

10:00 am

 

Memories

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Curtis Jackson

October 12, 2021

Jimmy a couple of years older than Tommy and I but remember him and what a great guy he was! Wish blessings and best wishes to all the family.

Sandra Cain

October 11, 2021

Our hearts hurt for '"Our Lastly Family" for the loss of their dear
Jimmy. He will be missed at the
Thanksgiving table, as well as other holidays and special occassions that we have been so blessed to be included in.
May you all find Peace and Comfort through HIS love..
Dewey & Sandy

Robin Zimmerman

October 11, 2021

My thoughts and prayers to all of you. So many memories with all of you from back in "the good ole days" when we were teenagers. Life just gets in the way as we age and we have all gone our separate ways but the heartstrings are still attached. Fun times.....and we are still not too old to remember them. God has greater plans for him.

Ben and John Mark - you had a good man as your father.

Love,

Robin Zimmerman

Gwendolyn S Barton

October 11, 2021

I'm deeply saddened to find out that Jimmy Wayne has passed. We spent a lot of time together growing up, and he was always up to something. When we were 6 & 7, he got a toy cap-gun rifle and he told me to put my finger in the end. He pulled the trigger and it smashed my fingernail - he though that was the funniest thing he'd ever seen until I took the gun away from him and hit him with it! We had so much fun playing in the pastures, being country kids. They always had critters - a pet owl stands out in my memory. I have so many special memories of our childhood. Fair sailing, Jimmy - Rest in Peace. Love you.

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