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Langevin El Paraiso Funeral Home

1010 West Yakima Ave, Yakima, WA

OBITUARY

Jimmie Eugene McCrumb

May 14, 1947May 14, 2020

Jimmie Eugene McCrumb: born May 14, 1947, In Kokomo, Indiana to William T. & Margaret J. (Scott) McCrumb. Jim's parents moved the family of 6 back and forth from Yakima, Washington and Kokomo, Indiana finally settling in Yakima, WA about 1947. Jim attended AC Davis High School from 1962 thru 1966. Jim was an avid horse lover! He was a thoroughbred horse trainer throughout Washington state & Idaho until 1976 when he met and married his wife Andra Pethoud from Kokomo, Indiana when he and his parent went to Kokomo on vacation to visit family there. He worked at FMC Corporation of Yakima as an agricultural chemical mixer and S.S.Steiner hops warehouse of Yakima has a forklift operator. From 1976 Thru 2009, when he retireed, due to illness. He lived on and off at Good Samaritan rehab center-Yakima from 2015 thru 2019. Jim went home to Jesus after having a heart attack, May 14, on his 73rd birthday. He dearly loved his 3 kids, 8 grandkids, several neices, nephews, 2 sisters, 1 brother, aunts, uncles, several cousins and loads of great friends! He also loved the Mariners, Seahawks, his dogs-Ladybug & Pepper, fishing, hunting and going to the Yakima Bears & Yakima Pippens baseball games with his sister Pam and her husband Mark! He loved assisting with his boys sports-baseball, basketball, football & soccer and cub scouts. Jim enjoyed spending time with his cousin David Harness, he was more of a brother then cousin! ️Jim is survived by his ex-wife Andra Pethoud-Kaus-Union Gap, sons Randy (Nachelle) McCrumb-Yakima and Dallas McCrumb-Naches and daughter Rebecca (Chris) Roybal-Union Gap, sisters-Pamela (Mark) Palmer-Yakima, Paulette McCrumb-Nevada and 6 grandkids: Cole McCrumb, Alex Tenbusch, Jordan Conley-McCrumb, Tyler Smith, Maci McCrumb, and Levi Atwell. Jim is preceded in death with his parents, William McCrumb and Margret McCrumb, his brother Donald McCrumb-Yakima, his nephews Officer E. Scott McCrumb and Mark McCrumb-Yakima, and several aunts & uncles. We already miss you and love you so much, Jim!

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Dallas McCrumb
  • Randy McCrumb
  • Cole McCrumb
  • Jeff McCrumb
  • Austin McCrumb
  • Mark Palmer

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Rebecca McCrumb

June 2, 2020

I miss you so much I cry everyday I will never forget u dad I love u

Alex Tenbusch

May 30, 2020

I love u papa and I have all great memories about u when I played catch with u and always laugh together and I really miss u.

Nachelle McCrumb

May 28, 2020

In the 6 years i have been married to your son. I could tell you and randy have so much in common. You molded him into a man, helped him with sports and taught him all about fishing and hunting. And I'm so grateful for that.
Your traits you left your children will be remembered. They are passing down those same traits of fishing, hunting, cooking and the love of john Wayne to thier children.
There's a tear in my beer*
And the movie White Christmas- I will always remember you.

Rebecca McCrumb

May 27, 2020

Dad I just want you to know that I miss you alot and I just want to say I am very sorry for everything I put u and mom through I wish I would have been there for u more then I was I still wait for your call to tell me u need your laundry done or your apartment cleaned I love u so much dad just know u maybe forever gone but u will never be forgotten!!! U will forever be in our hearts and memories but until we get to see each other again goodbye Dad! Me and the boys love and miss u!

Andra Kaus

May 26, 2020

Jim has his viewing this evening May 26th, 4pm to 8pm here at Langevin-EL Paraiso funeral home today to have one last good-bye with Jim. Tomorrow, May 27th, 11am at Naches Cemetery for burial service. Please wear your masks. Thank you all for caring about Jim! 😉

Dallas McCrumb

May 26, 2020

Dad,

I miss you I'm so sorry. I didn't get to see you much in the last few months. Ever since my divorce I was just trying to get back to normal. I enjoyed our last talk we had. I thank you for molding me in to the man I am today. I will always remember all the hunting, camping, and cat fishing trips we use to take. I will never forget the times we would go to the batting cage and you would teach me how to hit a baseball. And I thank you for helping with my paper route you would help me with. Thank you dad for being there for me when ever I needed you. I love you and you will always be in my heart.

william mccrumb

May 23, 2020

havent seen you in a long while but have never forgotten you, my quiet, funny cousin... God speed you on your journey...

Billy

Randa Perry

May 22, 2020

He use to call me Big Fat Tuna. I always wanted to dress him up in a Fred Flinstone suit and take him to the malls. We could have been rich. He yelled at Andra like Fred did Wilma, 😲😂 Andra said "NO", lol

Randa Perry

May 21, 2020

So Sorry kids that you have to go thru this . But you are not alone. You have your Mom who LOVES you all so very much. She respected that he was your Father and helped him when she could even tho she herself his very handicapped. Wish I was there to give you all BIG FAT HUGS. GG knows and was sad but doesn't remember much these days for more than a minute. I know we don't see each other but you are always in my 💞 Peace Be With You## Luv Aunt Randa

Tyler Smith

May 19, 2020

I miss you and I had a great time with you and I loved to hang out with you and spend the night with you and we had some great memories.

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