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Jimmey Meek

Jimmey T. Meek

Tuesday, October 23rd, 1962 - Friday, November 22nd, 2019
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Jimmey T. Meek
1962-2019



Elmo, Missouri - Jimmey T. Meek, 57, passed away November 22, 2019, at Mosaic Life Care, St. Joseph, Missouri.

Jimmey was born October 23, 1962 in Shenandoah, Iowa. He was the son of the late James Donald Meek and Joyce (Meyer) Meek.

He was employed by Nodaway Nursing Home as maintenance supervisor, for 17 years, before retirement. Jimmey was a member of the Elmo Community Betterment

Jimmey was preceded in death by his parents, brother Jay Meek and granddaughter Dakota Hoyt.

Surviving are sons, Jacob (Tanya) Jones, Braddyville, IA and Jesse Jones, Indianola, IA, daughters,Toni (Kurt) Wildasin, Council Bluffs, IA and Kaley (Buzzy) Foster, Clarinda, IA, sisters, Connie (Jim) Cole , New Market, IA, Kathy (Kenneth) Armstrong of Burlington Junction, MO, Terry Davidson, Elmo, MO, eight grandchildren and one greatgranddaughter, nieces and nephews.

Mr. Meek has been cremated under the care of Price Funeral Home. A memorial lunch will be held Saturday, December 7, 2019 at noon to 3:00 PM at the Burlington Junction American Legion Post and a memorial celebration at the 136 Roadhouse Bar and Grill, Burlington Junction at 6:00 PM.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be sent to Elmo Community Betterment.

Online condolences may be made to the family at www.pricefuneralhomemaryville.com
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Linda Everhart

Posted at 12:15pm
Jimmey was the maintenance supervisor at Nodaway when both my mom and dad were there. My dad thought he was the best. He would bring my dad vegetables from his garden and always spend a few minutes talking to him. Dad dropped his harmonica in his recliner one time and we had looked and looked for it. Jimmie found it and managed to straighten it enough for dad to keep playing. Our family thought so much of him that we asked him to be a pallbearer for dad. So many great memories! Prayers for his family.

Roxanne Helms Paniska

Posted at 04:21pm
I remember all the summers spent at Mom's in B.J. with you when we were kids and going out to your farm. The last time I saw you at Connie's house you had me cracking up. R.I.P. Jimmy T.

Brooke Kinsella

Posted at 06:01am
Jimmy cooked fish at the Elmo fish frys, he was the life of the party! He had us laughing from the time we got there until we left! There was always someone yelling back into the kitchen as they went through the line to talk to Jimmy. He was a good hearted man and so much fun to be around. We will miss him so much around Elmo!
EB

Ed Brandon

Posted at 09:54am
Jimmy was one of the best anyone could have as a friend we use to fish a lot we were always having fun and being ornery i think we liked it the most of all i always considered Terry K and Jimmy T as my little Brother and sister it seemed like we were together all the time we had lots of fun if we were not spot lighting Danny Bartlett's house we were finding some else to be ornery with but most of all i enjoyed spending time with him when we were younger Rest in peace my dear friend maybe we will meet up again in heaven my prayers and thought are with the family so sorry about your lose i aint very good at this
JG

Julie Godsey-Dack

Posted at 09:10am
Jimmie was such a blessing to those he met and knew. His laugh was as contagious as his smile. He will be missed.
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