December 16, 1956 – October 13, 2020
Johnnie Fillmore Jamison, age 63, of El Paso, Texas passed away on Tuesday, October 13, 2020. Johnnie was born December 16, 1956 in Phoenix, Arizona to Fannie Jamison and O.D. Jamison Sr..
Johnnie is survived by his wife, Kimber Murray; son John Weston Jamison; son Wacey Jamison; son Waco Jamison; and son Wryder Jamison; mother Fannie Jamison; brother Stephen Ray Jamison (Rachelle), brother O. D. Jamison Jr. (Kelly), sister Linda Alexander (Fred) and sister Judy Highfill (Flaco); granddaughter Wysh Jamison and granddaughter Justice Sparks.
Johnnie was preceded in death by father O.D. Jamison Sr.; brother Jimmie Jamison.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.MartinFuneralHomeWest.com for the Jamison family.
- Kimber Murray, Wife
- Stephen Ray Jamison (Rachelle), Brother
- O. D. Jamison Jr. (Kelly), Brother
- Linda Alexander (Fred), Sister
- Judy Highfill (Flaco), Sister
- Fannie Jamison, Mother
- O.D. Jamison Sr., Father (deceased)
- Jimmie Jamison, Brother (deceased)
- John Weston Jamison, Son
- Wacey Jamison, Son
- Waco Jamison, Son
- Wryder Jamison, Son
- Wysh Jamison, Granddaughter
- Justice Sparks, Granddaughter
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Saturday, October 17, 2020
October 28, 2020
Johnnie was a business associate of mine who also became a friend. He was very conscientious and detailed in his work and cared for the welfare of horses and riders. He was very religious and gave credit to God for all his success. His passing came as a shock to me as I am sure to many others as well. Condolences and prayers to his family.
October 20, 2020
Sending prayers to you and your family,
Susan Salazar Bullard
October 19, 2020
Our heartfelt condolences and prayers to your wonderful family and your wonderful Tribute Video full of beautiful memories. Fannie, you and your husband raised amazing children and I know that you’re heart is broken. My love goes out to you and his beautiful wife and children. It’s hard because words can’t express your emotions and loss right know (and probably never) You are all in our heart and prayers
Ted and Susan Salazar Bullard
October 19, 2020
We lost a great friend and family member and a great Southwesterner when Johnnie went to meet his Maker, as he most assuredly did. While I knew him for years in our younger days, it wasn't until the last 8 years that I got to know him so much better as an incredibly caring and knowledgeable horseman. His work at Lone Star Park was exemplary and gave me the confidence to take on the design and construction of a new turf course at the national racetrack of Peru. Working with our beloved friend Jose Pedro Cristina, Johnnie's knowledge, hard work and persuasive personality enabled us to create the best and safest turf course in all of South America. In our many weeks and months spent traveling and collaborating, I came to an ultimate respect for this man who worshipped God, Family and Horses. While he will be missed here, may he rest in Peace.