Jimmie Allen TUCKER

January 23, 1959 ~ July 24, 2005

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Mr. Jimmie Allen Tucker passed away Sunday, July 24, 2005, at Mineral Area Regional Medical Center, Farmington, at the age of 46 years, 6 months & 1 day. Jimmie was born in Bonne Terre, on January 23, 1959. Jimmie was preceded-in-death by his father, Jimmie A. Tucker.

Jimmie was: * a member of the Black Powder Gun Club; * a member of the Harley Davidson family; * an avid Softball player & Doe Run Company employee for 28 years.

Survivors Include: his WIFE: Tonya Lynette 'Smith' Tucker, of Farmington; 1 DAUGHTER: Kylie 'Mrs. Aaron' Copeland, of Desloge; 2 SONS: Kristopher (& Jennifer) Tucker, of Doe Run; Kurtis (& Faith) Tucker, of Farmington; His MOTHER: Margaret Elizabeth 'Archambo' Tucker Thomas, of Farmington. 4 GRANDCHILDREN: Hallye; Alyson; Kalynn & Gaige. Also surviving are many Softball Teammates; family; friends & co-workers.

Visitation: Tuesday, 5-9 pm. Visitation resumes: Wednesday, 7 am.

Funeral: Wednesday, 1 pm, July 27, 2005, at TAYLOR Funeral Service CHAPEL, with Rev. Robert Elders officiating. Interment follows in Woodlawn Cemetery, Leadington, MO.

Memorials to: * The Diabetes Association.

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  1. On behalf of Scott, Shane, Doug, Audrey, and everyone associated with Nielsen Media Research, we wish to express our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Jimmie Tucker. We were honored to have known him, although far too briefly. Though mere words truly fail us now, our thoughts will be with you during this most difficult time.

  2. Tonya, and kids: I am so sorry for your loss. I just viewed your video tribute to Jimmie. I must say I truly enjoyed traveling through the years with you on that video. It has been a priviledge for me to watch your family throughout the years from across the street. Thank you kids for the friendship you provided for Wendy and Penny, and for all the things you taught the girls like how to dress as a hockey goalie and Penny especially thanks you for teaching her how to spit ' JUST LIKE A BOY". No really we have really loved watching the love your father displayed to you and your family and being able to hear the laughter you shared. Again, I am so sorry for your loss and please call on us for any need we might be able to provide.

  3. Our hearts go out to you. We care deeply for you and your family. Please feel free to call on us for any help we may able to provide. May God give you strength.

  4. I wish to express my deepest sympathy to the Tucker family! My thoughts and prayers are with you all!

  5. Jimmie, You will be greatly missed. Into God's hands we entrust your spirit. We love you!

  6. We wish to express our condolences to the family in the loss of your love one. We are praying for you during this most trying time. May God Bless You.

  7. At this time we would like to let the whole Tucker Family know that our thoughts and prayers are always with you. May the Spirit of the Lord be with you.

  8. To a family with whom my most treasured childhood memories remain, you are all in my prayers. I am so sorry for your loss. May God give you peace.

  9. I (Bill) worked with Jimmie. He was a great guy. I will definitely miss him. Our prayers go out to his family and friends. Bill wheelehan

  10. To the Tucker family, I pray that God comforts you in your time of grief and pain. I went to school and graduated with Jimmie, and I will always remember him as a kind and gentle person. My prayers are with you all. Elena Zavala Marler (class of '77)

  11. Tonya and kids, I am truely sorry for your lose. Wendy, Penny and I have many fond memories from our youth with your family. Our deepest sympathy goes out to you.

  12. Jimmy was a dear friend and co-worker for what seems like most of my life. He was dearly loved by family and friends, and greatly respected by all. He will be missed by everyone that knew him. God has him in his care now and will keep him until we can join him later on. God bless you Jimmy!

  13. My deepest sympathies to all of you…Jimmy was a fine man and co-worker. He will be missed terribly.

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