Jimmy C. Sooter

November 27, 1939May 30, 2018
Play Tribute Movie Play Tribute Movie

Jimmy C Sooter, age 78, of Edmond, Oklahoma passed away on Wednesday, May 30, 2018. Jimmy was born November 27, 1939.

Visitation for Jimmy will be held Friday, June 1, 2018 from 2:00 to 8:00pm at Baggerley Funeral Home, 930 South Broadway, Edmond, OK. Funeral services will occur Saturday, June 2, 2018 at 10:00am at Baggerley Funeral Home with a committal service following at Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Waterloo Rd. and Sooner Rd., Edmond, OK.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Sooter family.


  • Jared Bachman
  • Joe Weedn
  • Joel Weedn
  • Joshua Bachman
  • Randall Longkerd
  • Eric Mesa
  • Bo Burrows, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Bill Stevens, Honorary Pallbearer


  • Visitation Friday, June 1, 2018
  • Funeral Service Saturday, June 2, 2018
  • Committal Service Saturday, June 2, 2018

Jimmy C. Sooter

have a memory or condolence to add?

Lynn Harrison

June 1, 2018

What an amazing blessing it has been for 29 years to be a next door neighbor to" Pappy"......
So many wonderful hello's, a wave and a big smile, or if your really lucky that day, a nice cup of hot coffee together! I will always have such fond memories of him and RJ practicing, playing and just enjoying each others company. His presence will be greatly missed........

Lacey Booher

June 1, 2018

My Paps, had the best smile and loved to laugh and have a good time. When I was a little girl he would take me with him to spray pastures in his spray rig, he taught me how to drive a truck In those pastures, we would sit in the truck and talk about anything and everything for hours. I was truely connected to him and would do anything he wanted me to. I was always with him growing up.

But my favorite memory is when I was going to hair school and I had a perm and some brown color. Paps was such a good sport cause I gave him the tightest perm you ever seen, with shiny new brown hair.

I will miss our talks and late nights with popcorn and a coke watching movies.

Daylene Bachman

May 31, 2018

My dad used to take me on many of his oil well checks. He taught me so much during that time in our lives like how to fish, how to drive, how to wave at everyone who drove by, and most of all how to be an overall good person.

We are a lot alike; we both have tender hearts towards people and animals, love to play pool together and always like to go somewhere. It didn’t matter where - it could be to visit friends or go on vacation but we were always on the go. Not only are we alike but I have also always been proud to look like my dad.

Our world lost a precious man and I lost a piece of me, but my heart is forever blessed and grateful to have been able to be a part of his life. Thank you God for an amazing father.

Robyn Reynolds Miller

May 30, 2018

Mr. Sooter was one of my "adopted dads". I've known Daylene since 1990-something and she has shared her family with me generously. And Mr. Sooter generously shared his horse, R.J. with me when I experienced a devastating divorce. During the weeks when I was separated from my only child I would appear at his doorstep and ask if R.J. could "play". I bathed, brushed, and braided R.J., rode him bareback in the front yard, tagged along to roping contests, and other annoying things I probably don't remember. But it was an incredibly healing time for me. I loved walking across the yard from Daylene's house to her parents and seeing if they had any food cooked or treats around. I laughed until I cried when he would rope his grandchildren's feet as they walked across the carpet. I tried to expose my child to them as much as possible so he would have a good idea what it was like to be in a loving family. I'm looking forward to seeing Mr. Sooter again in heaven so I can make sure I let him know what an impact he has had on my life, and my family's life. Love to all of Mr. Sooter's family. May peace that passes understanding fill your days.


May 30, 2018

1 Corinthians 13:8 says love never fails and seeing all the happy times Jimmie shared with the family it holds true. When you feel down think of those good times full of love, joy and happiness.