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Griffin Leggett Healey & Roth Funeral Home

5800 W 12TH ST, Little Rock, AR

OBITUARY

Jim Lee Kincaid

January 4, 1947May 12, 2020
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Jimmy Lee Kincaid, age 73, of Hensley, Arkansas, passed away May 12, 2020. He is survived by his wife, Susie; son, Jarrod (Denise) Kincaid, of St. Charles, Missouri; step-daughter, Tina Logan; stepson, Edward “Buster” (Shannon) Logan, all of Hensley; brother, Larry Wooley (Glenda) of Chattanooga, Tennessee; sister, Denise (John) Riddle of North Little Rock; many nieces, nephews and a host of grandchildren and great-grandchildren whom he loved with all his heart. Jim was preceded in death by his father, Rubin Walton Kincaid; mother, Juanita Burlison Wooley; stepson, Robert Kay “Robbie” Logan, Jr.; and brother, Harlan Wooley.

Jim had lots of friends that love d him for the wonderful man he really was. One of the most special people anyone would ever meet, he was loving, kind, smart, generous, funny, hard- working and had personality plus. Now God has one of our most wonderful angels ever! “We love you, Jim, and will miss you terribly.”

Due to the coronavirus, services will be by invitation only, however the family does invite you to attend services via Facebook Livestream: https://business.facebook.com/events/551291695435305/

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Memorials may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. To sign the online guestbook, click “Add A Memory” at: www.griffinleggetthealeyroth.com

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Linda Goodwin

May 20, 2020

I met Jimmy in the tenth grade at NLRHS. He was so friendly and had a great personality. I always considered him a good friend. I always enjoyed visiting and catching up at our class reunions. He will be missed by many classmates at our next one. Jimmy,Rest In Peace. Thoughts and prayers to his family at this difficult time.

Nancy Nugent

May 19, 2020

Jimmy was that special type of person who after getting to know them, they remain a part of your life forever.
He had a terrific personality and everyone seemed to love being around him, he lit up a room.
He surely will be missed, my prayers go out to all his family at this very sad time.

Rose Tolleson

May 19, 2020

Who else besides Jim would buy lumber, come to your house and build you a front porch and ask for nothing in return?
Who else would rent a wood spliter, come to your house, split wood and leave 75% of it for you?
Who else but Jim, would refer going to a casino as a way to feed the hungry children? A great since of humor!
I'll be here for you Susie. I'm here for the long haul! Jim;s last trip out of town was all the way to Heaven. Rest In Peace

Glen Hooks

May 18, 2020

Much love to Jimmy and the whole family. I was lucky enough to know Jimmy my whole life, as he was a great high school friend of my dad. There’s something special about grown men who treat kids well, and that was certainly the case with Jimmy. I remember him as kind, hilarious, generous with his time, and as someone who always had something in the works.

Thanks for being a great lifelong friend to my dad and to me, Jimmy. I’ll always remember you fondly.

Jo McEwen

May 18, 2020

Jim was a very kind and gentle man. Each time he came in the eye clinic he was a ray of sunshine and his smile was infectious. My prayers go out to Susie and all of the family. He will be missed.

Bill Quarti

May 17, 2020

Jim was just an all around great guy. His personality , sense of humor, concern for others, was noted every time you saw or spoke to him. We stayed in touch via phone or FB thru the years. I met him in the late 60's while in the Army Reserves. He was fun to be around and we enjoyed many occasions together. I consider him a close friend and will miss him deeply. He really loved his family, and spoke highly of his love for Susie and all the family.
My prayers go out to the family during this most difficult time.
RIP, Jim

Diane Chapman

May 16, 2020

I worked for Jim years ago when he had a shoe store in Cabot, AR. He was so fun to work for & had so many friends. I am so grateful to have had I him for a wonderful friend & great boss. I extend my sympathy to all of his family.

Wade Whitfield

May 16, 2020

After many years and rounds of golf together, I can honestly say Jim was a terrible golfer but the best man I have ever known.

Leigh Goss Parks

May 16, 2020

I knew Jim from our high school days at NLRHS. I mostly remember I could always count on his animated, happy smile. Since our 50th class reunion, we talked with one another and several other of our classmates via Facebook. He was exactly the same warm, friendly, fair and good-hearted person I knew in high school over 50 years ago. It was a pleasure to get to know him again after all these years, and to again enjoy his sense of humor, his sense of fairness and his take on life today. If more people were like Jim Kincaid, we would have a better world. Thanks Jim. Rest in Peace.

Gene Bowman

May 16, 2020

Jim and I became friends in the early 70’s he had a shoe store in Cabot and I had one in Jacksonville we were friendly competition after we left the shoe business we continued to be friends. I bought furniture from him and I was his insurance agent great person and loved his family. Susie will be praying for you and family at this time so sorry for your loss

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