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Jimmy Henry

April 10, 1957 — December 29, 2021

Jimmy Ray Henry, 64 of Stafford, TX, went to be with his Lord and Savior on December 29, 2021. Funeral Services are scheduled for 11 o’clock in the morning on Friday, January 7, 2022 at Morrison Memorial Chapel. Interment will follow at Brown Memorial Cemetery in Sunray. Arrangements are under the direction of Beeson ~ Morrison Funeral Directors.

Jimmy was born on April 10, 1957 in Dumas, TX to Jim and Julia (Wooten) Henry. He graduated from Dumas High School then went on to attended Amarillo College. He married Sharon R. Felder on September 2, 1983 in Dumas, TX.
Jimmy had the strongest of work ethics. His first job was at the age of 8 which he boast often to his children and grandchildren, delivering newspapers for Amarillo Globe-News at 6 o’clock in the morning, in the snow, on his bicycle. He was saving his money to buy his first car. He worked in the natural gas and industrial gas industry as well as the trucking industry for most of his adult life. He started his industrial gas career at Jack B. Kelley in Amarillo, TX and continued with Cryogenic Transportation as facility manager at Matheson Gas in Stafford, TX. He then continued at Stafford working for Matheson until 2015 when he started his career at Genox Transportation, Inc. in Deer Park, TX. After recovering from hip replacement due to an accident in 2015, he returned to work as an owner/operator at Genox Transportation Inc, until the time of his death.
Jimmy was nominated as Driver-of-the-Year at DMC, Inc as a top 5 finalist in the nation. he took pride in his work performance whether he was mowing his lawn or delivering cryogenic liquids or helping a fellow worker through a difficult situation.
His family, next to our God was most important to him. caring for his family and always putting them before himself was natural to him.
Thanksgiving and Christmas were his holidays. Giving and fellowshipping with family, making his famous fudge, and planning the entire season gave him so much joy. So much since he passed sharing many memories. We have found that you take for granted every day. His love for each of us was immeasurable.
Most of all Jimmy’s love and trust for the Lord. He never left the yard without praying, whether starting at 3 week tour or just after taking a break, he gave it all to the Lord. He will be greatly missed.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Clarence and Gussie Henry of Ft Worth, TX and Ray and Melba Wooten of Dumas, TX; grandson: Daniel Cobb II of Amarillo.
Jimmy is survived by his parents; Julia M. Wooten and Jim A. Henry both of Amarillo; his wife, Sharon of Stafford, TX; daughters: Ashlan Gipson, Megan Cobb and husband Daniel all of Amarillo; sons: Jimmy Ray Henry II of Stafford, TX, Anthony Henry and wife Valerie of Moore, OK, Matthew Henry and wife Somer of Amarillo, TX; “adopted” daughter: Crystal Ivey of Amarillo, TX; sisters: Sherri Henry and Cynthia Blake both of Amarillo, TX; grandchildren: Sadie Ashby, Allyson Timmons, Addyson Cobb, Tanner Henry of Amarillo; Colton Henry, Skylar Henry of Stafford, TX, Haley Henry of Tuscon, AZ, Avery Henry of OK; great-grandchildren: Treyley K of Tucson, AZ; numerous aunts, nieces, nephews, and cousins.

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