In Loving Memory

Jim C. Rodgers

Jim C. Rodgers
June 9, 1959
August 17, 2020
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Hey Jimmy, It was a pleasure knowing you from 3rd grade until now. You were always cool in my book and I enjoyed your lifelong friendship. Thanks for being my friend during the school integration(1964-66) period of our changing world. You showed me that color wasn't an issue to you and you show me a person who needed a friend. Hey man, God was and will always be on our side. see you in the after life. Marcus
Marcus Martin
Sugar Land, TX
To Jim's family, Prayers for comfort and peace as you face each day . My deepest sympathy , Tammy Buro
Tammy Buro
Brenham, TX
Jim, he was a special man. I know he left no stone unturned and that was evident in his excellence in teaching. He comes from great stock. His parents were close friends of my family and Jim and Cat his sister spent many evening’s learning from our parents. Jim had a very genuine personality which you would pickup very quickly. I spoke him a few years ago and Jim was so proud of his son and took the time to transfer his life experiences to Cullen. I pray that he Rest In Peace!
Mike Brannon
Brenham, TX
Dear Monica, Cullen and Jim's Family...I first met Jim when I worked for First Bank & Trust in Tomball-- I became his personal banker and friend-- we hit it off because I, too, am a SHSU Bearkat alumni. In 1994 I began work for the Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce and Jim would stop by to see me at times-- most appreciated! Jim was a genuine man, a gentleman, kind-hearted, generous with his smile and he used to run, run, run...near Three Lakes along 249 when it was not a highway. I always knew that he was very much loved by his students and faculty at Tomball High School. My life was all the better knowing Jim. I am so very sorry for your great loss. My daily prayer life includes you as I ask the Holy Spirit to bring you comfort and peace beyond human understanding. In Christian Love, Bruce Hillegeist, Tomball, TX
Bruce Hillegeist
Tomball, TX
My condolences to Jimmy's family. May he rest in peace.
Sheila R Randolph
Jim was such a genuine,kind,generous hard working man. Im so glad my family was able to know jim. I can only hope to have as full of a life as Jim. Rest in peace Jim. My thoughts and prayers go out to Monica, Victoria, and Cullen.
Conroe, TX
Jim, I wish we could have talked before you went home to be with Cy, Doris and Mike. I pray that you were right in your heart with God and that he now holds you in his arms. I also am sorry I could not be there for the services and to pay my respects to your family, but I could not overcome the transportation issues on such short notice. My best wishes to your family and should they ever need anything, they only have to contact me. Rest in peace "little brother" and we will meet face to face before long.
Pat Rodgers
Cedaredge, CO
so sorry for the loss of such a young man. I did attend school with him. we will keep the family in my prayers.
Elizabath (Murski) Wunderlich
brenham, TX
I am still in shock over Jim's passing. He's a bigger than life kind of guy that was as solid as a rock. We had tons of laughs during our Patriots days with he and Terri. I just don't get it. I am truly sorry for Cullen, Monica and their family. You are all on my mind daily with the most sincere heartfelt condolences. Love to all.
Suzanne Parks
Huntington, NY
I am blessed to have known Jim. When I was a freshman in high school he was a freshman in college. He was a lifeguard at the pool. Very kind and caring. Someone who was always there for you. I prayed so hard he would pull through for everyone, but God had other plans. Rest Easy my friend. You will be missed by all that knew you.
Lisa Moudry
Brenham, TX
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