April 29, 1955 – June 25, 2020
Jimmy Ornelas was born on April 29, 1955 and passed away on June 25, 2020 and is under the care of Dorsey-E. Earl Smith Memory Gardens Funeral Home.
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July 9, 2020
To the Ornelas family, I want to extend our condolences from the Gonzales family. Jimmy was a good man from the Germantown Road days.
July 8, 2020
Oh Tio Jimmy we will miss you tons! I love how you had a specific way of saying my name and how you called Bryce Nate king cole.. hahaha.. you were one of a kind and I would always tell my mom don’t worry he’ll make it, unfortunately the man upstairs had a better plan for you. At least your not hurting and in pain anymore. We’ll always love you. Muah!
Love Venica Rodney and Bryce (Nate king cole)
July 5, 2020
Always smiling, joking and always a joy to be around. I never had to turn around when I heard you calling me “Miss B”, I knew it was you! I’ll miss that! Until we meet again! We love you and miss you dearly! May you rest in paradise!
July 4, 2020
To my brother in law Jimmy I will miss you
But I find comfort in that I will see you again and we Will laugh again together like we also did over stupid staff. Again I will miss you and I love you Jimmy Rest In Peace.
June 30, 2020
My Uncle Jimmy was the best uncle anyone could ever ask for. My Uncle Jimmy was there for Bubba's and I when Bubba's mother passed away when he was two. Anytime I needed help or anything my Uncle Jimmy was right there for us through thick and thin. I will remember all the times we went out fishing on the boat. I will remember all the nights we stayed up drinking late. I will remember all the times you did the catfish fries. I will remember all the times you cooked me Garcia hot sausages. I will always remember when you would stock your own refrigerator with my kind of sodas. I will remember when you used to makes us your own salsa even though you sometimes put a little to many jalapenos in it, it would still be good as heck. I will always remember when you used tell me how proud you were of me rasing Bubba's. Uncle Jimmy I just want to you know that I love you and that you will always be in my heart. I'm just so sad because you were so happy about the exercise bike and the catfish dinner I was supposed to get you when you got out of the hospital. I'm very sorry that you didn't get to come home and ride your excersize bike and have catfish. I love you so very much and when you passed on you left a big hole in my heart and life. Uncle Jimmy you made a big impact on my life and I will never forget that. I love you so much and you will be so dearly missed by Bubba's and I. Tell we all meet again have a safe passage Uncle Jimmy.