Condolence: Our family is sad to hear about Jim. Hugs to Casey, and may the Lord give you and your family peace and comfort. We are here for you, Casey, if you need anything. Your former neighbors in Angleton, the Toths.
Condolence: I just want to give my condolences to all the family of Jim Thompson. It was a pleasure working with him at U S Contractors. I have a lot of memorable moments of fun & laughter. May you Rest In Peace my friend, free of pain & into Gods kingdom. Lord give strength to his family he leaves behind of all the wonderful memories of his hunting,fishing & just family events. Love you my friend, Viola Damian ❤️😢🙏🏻
Condolence: My deepest sympathy to Jimmy's family and friends. He was a great guy and a good friend during our high school days at AHS. I still remember how he and Charlie Caldwell would yell totally nonsense words across the room in Mrs. Goins English class when we were juniors. They would say something like "rock-a-ta" and "potagasi"-meaningless words. Mrs. Goins could never figure out the guilty ones. Of course, it was Jimmy and Charlie. Hilarious.
Rest in peace, Jimmy.
Condolence: He was smiling as he left this Earth on April 15, tax day. Never again would he have to deal with filing all our tax returns! Ironic indeed.
Working with him for approximately 26 years was definitely a roller coaster ride. We would have the occasional "disagreement" but, for the most part, we were on even ground. He was fair. Always. He deserved respect. He was my friend. I will treasure these memories forever.
Condolence: Worked with Jim, in a survey crew. He had just got back from the Army. We had some great times playing cards at lunch. We were taking levels and came down to a shot that was the bottom of the rice canal. the guy running the rod wasn't doing it right and Jim who was running the transit came over, took the rod and waded off into the canal up to his chest to show how you got an accurate shot. He will be missed.