OBITUARY

Jimmy Wayne Thorne

May 9, 1953January 7, 2021
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Jimmy Thorne was born to parents, Johnny and Lottie Thorne on May 9, 1953. He entered into eternal rest on January 7, 2021. Jimmy was a kind and gentle man, who loved his family fiercely. They were his greatest treasure in this life. He was full of love and laughter, always ready with a joke and a smile. Jimmy loved fishing, playing horseshoes and was an avid reader in his free time. His favorite pastime was spending time with his precious family. Jimmy married his beautiful wife, Sheryl, on February 7, 1998 and they built a beautiful life together. He was a loving husband, devoted father and adoring grandfather; grandchildren brought a special blessing to his heart. Jimmy adored his family and made sure they never had any doubt about the level of his devotion to them. He was well loved and will be truly missed. Jimmy was preceded in death by his parents, Johnny and Lottie Thorne; grandson, Monty Edward Thorne. He is survived by his beloved wife, Sheryl Thorne; sons, Jonathan Thorne, Christopher Thorne and wife Christi, Jason Thorne and wife Jovonna; as well as thirteen grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Jimmy also leaves behind other loved ones and lifelong friends.

  • FAMILY

  • Johnny and Lottie Thorne, Parents (deceased)
  • Monty Edward Thorne, Grandson (deceased)
  • Sheryl Thorne, Beloved Wife
  • Jonathan Thorne, Son
  • Christopher Thorne and Christi, Son and Wife
  • Jason Thorne and Jovonna, Son and Wife
  • Jimmy also leaves behind 13 grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren, other relatives, loved ones and lifelong friends.

Services

17 January

Funeral Service

2:00 pm

Eubank Cedar Creek Funeral Home


Mabank , Texas

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Visitation

    Saturday, January 16, 2021

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Cody Thorne

January 16, 2021

Christmas 2020

Jason Thorne

January 16, 2021

Dad,

I can not believe that you are gone from us. I wish I known that day was the last time I would get to see you and talk to you. I know I may not have called as much as I should of or come by the house to check on you. I will miss you so much and will miss picking on each other. I hope you know how much I love you. Not a day has gone by that I didn’t think about you. We may had our differences in the past but you have always been my Daddy. Rest In Peace Dad and I hope your proud of what we have put together for you. We will take good care of Sheryl. Until we meet again

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Dad with his Grandfather William Arthur Dees and Grandmother Bessie Bell Dees

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Dad with his Grandfather William Arthur Dees and Grandmother Bessie Bell Dees

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