OBITUARY

Jimmie Lee Resendez

June 11, 1952April 5, 2021

Jimmie Lee Resendez, Sr passed away on April 5th, 2021 in Houston, Texas. Jimmie was born June 11, 1952 in Ingleside Texas and attended Ingleside High School. Jimmie loved his family above all else and The Dallas Cowboys! He is survived by his wife of 48 years Janie Resendez and his children Janie Turner (Dave), Jimmie Resendez Jr. (Dodie), Joey Resendez (Van) and Jennifer Resendez (Natasha). His grandchildren, ReAnn, Justice, Jacinda, KiAna, Robert, Katelyn, Riley, Mia, Emma, Alexis and Reyna. Great Grandson Zayden. His father Polo and Mary Cantu, sister Yolanda Granados (Frank) and brother in-law Rudy Villanueva. Preceded in death by his mother Lillie Cantu, his sister Diamantina Hernandez. The family would also like to thank Anna Equiviel for the exceptional care she provided Jimmie. Jimmie was a friend to many. In his 40 plus years as an experienced tugboat Captain he mentored many throughout his career. He was respected and admired by his peers and co-workers. We will miss is unique sense of humor and off-color jokes.

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Jo Davis

April 9, 2021

Jimmie i will always remember your joking days when we went to high school. Never a dull day without you. You were truly loved and you will be sorely missed now that you are gone. But one thing is for sure you will never be forgotten. RIP my friend Jo R Davis

Royce Eckley

April 9, 2021

My prayers are with the family at this sad time.

Tia Dodson

April 8, 2021

My favorite memory of Mister J is the time I wreck my car in high school and showed up to the Resendez house in a panic. I was on the verge of tears.
Mister J said “ don’t worry Meja. I’ll fix this right up. It will be good as new”. He then proceeded to pull out a roll of duct tape and piece my front end back together. I drove my car like that for the next 6months. When I would see him he would say “ how is my Mexican ingenuity holding up? “
He wasn’t always around during our high school years because he worked so much. But, he was there when I needed him and that’s what matter most.
Rest easy Cap!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY