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Crosby Burket Swanson Golden Funeral Home

11902 W Center Road, Omaha, NE

OBITUARY

James R. Dessel

February 4, 1975September 6, 2019

In loving memory of James Rex Dessel, born February 4th, 1975 taken from us much too soon on September 6th, 2019. Jim was born and raised in Omaha lived here his whole life. He enjoyed camping, fishing, football and the races. He very much loved to be around family and friends. He would do anything for a friend or family member, all they had to do is ask, and of course he always knew the best way to do something no matter what. Jim will remain in our hearts and memories always, and I know he would want us to always remember all the good things he did and all the laughs shared with family and friends.

Dessel, James R. February 4, 1975 - September 6, 2019 Preceded in death by grandparents. Survived by parents, James and Sharon; daughters, Elizabeth and Morgan; granddaughter Sophia; brother, Raymond (Lisa); niece Riley; nephew Ryan; girlfriend Tracey Palladino; many other relatives and friends. GATHERING with the family on Saturday, September 21, 6-8pm at Mortuary. In lieu of flowers, memorials to family for girls education.

Services

21 September

Memorial Gathering

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Crosby Burket Swanson Golden Funeral Chapel

11902 West Center Road
Omaha, Nebraska

Memories

James R. Dessel

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Eddie Loman

September 15, 2019

Jim was my very best friend. He was always there for me when I needed him. The type of friend that would always tell me what he thought I needed to hear versus what I wanted to hear... Sometimes that got annoying... but I know he always meant well. He was 100% good to me 100% of the time. I am going to keep him in my heart forever.

My sincerest condolences to all of his other friends and family.

Rest in peace, buddy. I love you.

Tracey Palladino

September 14, 2019

I will forever remember Jim for his huge heart and compassionate nature, he always reminded me of one of Peter Pan's Lost Boys, I think that is what I will miss most about him, he made everything fun, my family, especially the children, were always eager to spend time with him, either fishing, camping, or playing video games, Jim was a big kid himself and we loved him for that. He never came over empty handed, soda, candy, or some silly stuffed animal found at a gas station no less. That is who he was. We love you Jim❤❤❤

Rena & Wayne Krotz

September 10, 2019

We enjoyed Jimmy when he came out to western NE deer hunting. He liked to joke around and made everyone laugh. I don't think he got serious about anything. Our thoughts and prayers are with all the family.

Sheryl Rose

September 10, 2019

He had a way of helping me laugh during a difficult time in my life. I’m going to miss his sense of humor. The world won’t be the same without you Jim!

Valerie Bundy

September 10, 2019

One of the last things we did together. You helped me take Coles bed apart and gave me a black eye with one of the poles. 🤣

Kevin Stradling

September 9, 2019

Jim wasn't one to mince words. He had a rare, unique goodness, and I feel privileged for having known him. He will be greatly missed.

Mary Fiala

September 9, 2019

Please accept our condolences from all of us at shell speedie mart 84 and I street. We will miss his smile and his race stories

Tracy Weber

September 9, 2019

We would always chat about whatever at I-80.

Rest In Peace James

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