In Memory

Jim Byrum

Jim Byrum

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10/16/08 01:19 AM #1    

Stephen C. Healey

Little Jimmy we are so sorry that your life was taken at such a young age. Your Daddy, Aunt Ann, Uncle Billy, Uncle Johnny and everyone else including Grandma Inez all loved you very much. You will always be missed.


Cousin Steve

12/22/08 10:55 PM #2    

Rhonda Blackstock (Collins)

I'm sorry Jimmy passed away..... and honestly was so shocked when I saw the red rose by his name. He was one of my closest friends at Muskogee High. Jimmy was always so nice to everyone. He made me laugh; I have a smile on my face thinking about him now. I am truly so sorry.

12/26/08 08:15 PM #3    

Debbie F. Rivard (Watts)

Wow I had no idea either. Its so sad because he was a close friend in school. I'm going to miss him. RIP

02/02/09 05:37 PM #4    

Jeffery Barclay Potts

Growing up Jimmy was my next door neighbor; Joy Sloan lived across the street; Gerri Berry (Landry) lived two houses down to the North; and Sally Smith (Winkle) lived two houses down to the South. This was the "P" Street Gang. There was always something going on and Jimmy was always in the middle of it. I don't think Jimmy ever stopped smiling the entire time I knew him. This was a guy who loved life and knew how to have fun. We miss you Jimmy.

03/04/09 01:52 PM #5    

Genella Heslar (Wilkeson)

I am sorry to hear this. I did not know this until just now. I remember Jimmy from back in Jr High. He was so much fun to be around.

09/02/09 10:57 AM #6    

Gerri Berry (Landry)

Jimmy Byrum was everybody's friend.
We walked to and from school together, he was a special person and he was fun! I'm so lucky to have known him.

07/26/16 07:24 PM #7    

Linda Woodson

I got to know Jim after we graduated in Tulsa and in Texas where he died. He was a great guy and a good friend. Miss you Jim.

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