Alfred James "Jim" Whitt, age 48, a Rogersville, MO resident.
BORN: He was born on Saturday, January 13, 1968, to Jack and Amy (Souothwell) Whitt, at Memphis, TN.
PASSED AWAY: Jim passed away on Sunday, December 4, 2016 at St. Louis, MO.
AGE: 48 years, 10 months and 21 days.
EDUCATION: Jim attended and graduated from high school in Springfield, MO.
OCCUPATION: Jim was everyone favorite sales clerk at Race's Brother Farm & Ranch Supply Store.
CHURCH AFFILIATION, HOBBIES AND OTHER AFFILIATIONS: Jim enjoyed walking, fishing and just being in the outdoors. He was a hard worker and enjoyed his job.
FATHER: Jack Whitt and wife Julie Golden Whitt of Caney, OK.
MOTHER: Amy E. Whitt of Alberta Canada
BROTHERS: Bobby Whitt and wife Liz of Jackson, TN
Daniel Whitt of Licking, MO
SISTERS: Rita Whitt of Nettleton, MS
Rhonda Whitt of Tupelo, MS
SON: Forrest Whitt of Springfield, MO
DAUGHTERS: Sabrina Whitt of Kansas City, MO
Amanda Whitt of Springfield, MO
STEPBROTHERS: Jeffry Walton of Tushka, OK
Jerimy Walton and wife Jamie of Tushka, OK
Along with several grandchildren, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
PRECEDED IN DEATH BY
BROTHER: Forrest Jackson Whitt
SERVICES: 2:00pm December 9, 2016
PLACE OF SERVICES: Brown's Funeral Service Chapel, Atoka, Oklahoma
Visitation is Friday December 9, 2016 from 1:00pm to 2:00pm
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