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James Thomas Hicks
December 26, 1944 - July 1, 2021
Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home & Crematory
Tim and Bev Winn
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Visitation
Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home - Big Spring
Thursday 7/8, 8:30 am - 9:00 pm

He will lie in state.

Service
Nalley-Pickle & Welch Rosewood Chapel
Friday 7/9, 10:00 am
Cemetery
Mount Olive Memorial Park
1701 Highway 350
Big Spring, Texas 79720
Friday 7/9, 11:15 am

James Thomas Hicks, known to many as “Jimbo,” entered Heaven’s gates on Thursday, July 1, 2021 after a routine, joyful morning knowing many family and friends love him. Funeral services will be 10:00 am Friday, July 9, 2021 at Nalley-Pickle & Welch Rosewood Chapel. Interment will follow at Mount Olive Memorial Park. He will lie …
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Elaine left a message on July 10, 2021:
I have known you all my life. You will be missed. Love you sweetheart.
Robert Winn left a message on July 7, 2021:
Reba and I went to Los Angles to visit Uncle Jay, Jimmy Derrell, and Aunt Sis. While there we met Jimmy Hicks at his ship. He told us about his boat and escapades. I was impressed by the sailor suit and how each item had a use and a function besides being a piece of clothing. He impressed me years later when he showed me everything he carried while working at the police department. I always looked up to my cousin who always seemed bigger than life to me.
Tim and Bev Winn left a message on July 7, 2021:
Jimbo was a bigger-than-life sailor to me. I never thought about him being my cousin because of the age difference. He was always laughing and picking on us kids. He will be sorely missed.
Mary Watkins left a message on July 6, 2021:
Mr.. James so sad to hear of your passing.will always remember your short stories.. Enjoyed working with you. May you Rest in Peace Mary & Terry Watkins
Lonnie o. Smith left a message on July 3, 2021:
Prayers to his nephews who he loved n family. I also worked with Jim at police station. I remember 2 stories he told and he had newspaper clipping to back them up. 1 was he came into this world in back seat of a car as it turned south at 3rd and main. 2 was when he served in navy and was shot in head, he said he was hard headed and the bullet went under skin but traveled over his skull. Take care friend keep smiling!!
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Gary Snowden left a message on July 3, 2021:
Jim you’ll be missed , prayers for the family, he was a good friend and mentor, thank you for your service to this country and community
Pat Dunham left a message on July 3, 2021:
I worked with Jim at the Police Department back in the late 70's and early 80's. He was a good police officer. Jim not only had a big physical presence, he also had a big personality. Jim always had a smile on his face. He always had a joke or a story to tell., which brought laughter to those around him. In more recent years, I often saw Jim at the VA. He was always the same person that I had known years ago. You will be missed, my friend. Tell Troy hello and we'll be seeing each other again one day. Pat
Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home & Crematory left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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