J. E. Hixson & Sons


James Alan Loscudo

March 17, 1960October 11, 2020

James Alan Loscudo was born on March 17, 1960 and passed away on October 11, 2020 and is under the care of J. E. Hixson & Sons.

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Kristy Irby

October 19, 2020

My friend Jim and I went to nuke med school in Amarillo, graduating in 1996. I went to NM and he went to Lake Charles. A few years later we met again at a CE conference. We became friends and talked often. We only saw each other every 2 years at a conference. After his last parent died, he came back thru Ft. Worth and stayed with me a couple of days - he was devastated but hid his feelings. I loved him and will miss him - he was one of a kind and brought so much laughter to my life. Peace my friend ❤️

Tyson & Amy Silvers

October 17, 2020

Our hugs, love and continued prayers for Jimmy's entire family And friend circle! Ty doesn’t warm up to many folks very easily but he sure did look forward to getting to talk to Jimmy each year at the hogroast! He was always so friendly and kind to us and he was always smiling! He will be greatly missed and fondly remembered by all who had the pleasure of meeting him! Save us all a seat Jimmy! RIP!

Gail McDermott

October 16, 2020

Prayers for the whole Family, Jimmy was such a sweet soul, Heaven gained a precious one

Teresa Kennemer

October 16, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss of Jimmy. I have always known him as Jim. I am sure he never told me his family called him Jimmy because I for sure would have teased him. Lol. I wished I would have had a chance to meet all of you. He wanted Tim and I to go to Tennessee with him for the pig roast. That was the plan for 2021. He spoke of you Jeff and Angie all the time. He loved you all very much. We will miss our dear friend whom we loved so much. My prayers are with Jimmys family. Much love and hugs to all.

Timothy Tilford

October 16, 2020

Jimmy... Now who's gonna clean them hogs. Wish I'd known you better. But when we were together it seemed like we knew each other forever. Wishing love and great memories to your Loscudo families!

Jeff and Angela LoScudo

October 16, 2020

Well Jimmy who knew that coming to surprise you on your 60th birthday back in March would be the last time we would ever get to see you. So glad we made the trip out there. Going to miss our weekly calls and our cousins calls on Sunday night. It’s not going to be the same not having you come stay with us every year for our hog roast and hanging out with us , you are so going to be missed by everyone and especially by us ( JEFF & ANGIE) RIP JIMMY WE LOVE YA , tell all our loved ones HEY 💞💞🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻😢

Nadine Blake

October 15, 2020

Jim was probably my favorite co-worker ever. We worked together in the stress lab from 2016 till 2019. He made going to work enjoyable and fun. You learn a lot about someone when you work that closely with them. He told me all about his childhood and his family, and he had some pretty amazing stories.

Luckily we had very similar views and ideas about society and politics. We probably spent way too much company time gossiping and talking about the most recent drama in Washington or Hollywood. He was one of the few who would listen to my conspiracy theories!

He was not just a co-worker, he was a friend. He helped me get through some pretty low points of my life by just letting me vent and making me laugh. Of course he was there during some good points too and I probably talked his ear off a few times.

He was a good, kind, and funny person. I was very blessed to have the opportunity to get to know him. He will be very missed.

Patricia Yunecko

October 15, 2020

Forever in my heart. I will miss talking to you. RIP my dear cousin

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