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James Monroe Kimbrell

April 23, 1951 ~ July 8, 2019 (age 68)
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On Monday morning July 8, 2019, James Monroe Kimbrell, 68, lifelong resident of Union County and loving father, brother and PaPaw James, passed away at Union County Health & Rehabilitation Center in New Albany following an extended illness.
  Funeral Services, with Military Recognition, will be at 2 PM Thursday July 11 in The Memory Chapel of New Albany Funeral & Cremation Care located at the intersection of Hwy 30 and W. Bankhead. Mr. Kimbrell's nephew, Bro. Charles Cooper will officiate with Masonic graveside services to follow at Gerizim Cemetery in Myrtle.
  Mr. Kimbrell was born April 23, 1951 in Pontotoc, the son of the late Charlie and Lena Mae Purcell Kimbrell. He was a graduate of Ingomar High School and proudly served his country in the Mississippi National Guard for 8 years. On August 24, 1973 he married his beloved wife, the former Betty Smith, who preceded him in death on September 29, 2003.
  A Christian, a Mason and Mississippi National Guard Veteran, Mr. Kimbrell was a well known and valued employee of Morris Scrap Metal Company for over 40 years. Devoted to his family and a person with a strong work ethic, he will be remembered for his love of the rural way of life and often seen sitting outside his home under the trees enjoying the afternoon. His legacy of love will live on for generations and his family will cherish the memories of their dad's daily telephone conversations checking on each one.
  Visitation will be from 5 PM to 8 PM Wednesday July 10 at New Albany Funeral & Cremation Care and will continue Thursday July 11 from 9 AM until service time.
  Memories will be cherished by his children, Tammy Stinson, Melissa Maharrey (Tim), Charles Galloway, Mary Green and Michelle Sullivan, all of New Albany, four sisters, Nancy Kimbrell, Lucy Hall, Mary Smith and Margerett Hudson, two brothers, Charles Kimbrell (Barbara) and Bobby Joe Kimbrell (Hilda), all of New Albany, eleven grandchildren and sixteen great grandchildren.
  He was also preceded in death by two brothers, John and Hank Kimbrell, two brothers in law, Marlin Hall and Bobby Smith and a grandson, Brandon Galloway.
  The flag at New Albany Funeral & Cremation Care honors Mr. Kimbrell and all Veterans for their service to our country... GOD BLESS AMERICA.
Union County -   On Monday morning July 8, 2019, James Monroe Kimbrell, 68, lifelong resident of Union County and loving father, brother and PaPaw James, passed away at Union County Health & Rehabilitation Center in New Albany following an extended illness.
  Funeral Services, with Military Recognition, will be at 2 PM Thursday July 11 in The Memory Chapel of New Albany Funeral & Cremation Care located at the intersection of Hwy 30 and W. Bankhead. Mr. Kimbrell's nephew, Bro. Charles Cooper will officiate with Masonic graveside services to follow at Gerizim Cemetery in Myrtle.
  Mr. Kimbrell was born April 23, 1951 in Pontotoc, the son of the late Charlie and Lena Mae Purcell Kimbrell. He was a graduate of Ingomar High School and proudly served his country in the Mississippi National Guard for 8 years. On August 24, 1973 he married his beloved wife, the former Betty Smith, who preceded him in death on September 29, 2003.
  A Christian, a Mason and Mississippi National Guard Veteran, Mr. Kimbrell was a well known and valued employee of Morris Scrap Metal Company for over 40 years. Devoted to his family and a person with a strong work ethic, he will be remembered for his love of the rural way of life and often seen sitting outside his home under the trees enjoying the afternoon. His legacy of love will live on for generations and his family will cherish the memories of their dad's daily telephone conversations checking on each one.
  Visitation will be from 5 PM to 8 PM Wednesday July 10 at New Albany Funeral & Cremation Care and will continue Thursday July 11 from 9 AM until service time.
  Memories will be cherished by his children, Tammy Stinson, Melissa Maharrey (Tim), Charles Galloway, Mary Green and Michelle Sullivan, all of New Albany, four sisters, Nancy Kimbrell, Lucy Hall, Mary Smith and Margerett Hudson, two brothers, Charles Kimbrell (Barbara) and Bobby Joe Kimbrell (Hilda), all of New Albany, eleven grandchildren and sixteen great grandchildren.
  He was also preceded in death by two brothers, John and Hank Kimbrell, two brothers in law, Marlin Hall and Bobby Smith and a grandson, Brandon Galloway.
  The flag at New Albany Funeral & Cremation Care honors Mr. Kimbrell and all Veterans for their service to our country... GOD BLESS AMERICA.
  The staff of New Albany Funeral & Cremation Care invites you to share memories with the Kimbrell family at www.nafuneralsandcremations.com (662)539-7000
Union County -   On Monday morning July 8, 2019, James Monroe Kimbrell, 68, lifelong resident of Union County and loving father, brother and PaPaw James, passed away at Union County Health & Rehabilitation Center in New Albany following an extended illness.
  Funeral Services, with Military Recognition, will be at 11 AM Thursday July 11 in The Memory Chapel of New Albany Funeral & Cremation Care located at the intersection of Hwy 30 and W. Bankhead. Mr. Kimbrell's nephew, Bro. Charles Cooper will officiate with Masonic graveside services to follow at Gerizim Cemetery in Myrtle.
  Mr. Kimbrell was born April 23, 1951 in Pontotoc, the son of the late Charlie and Lena Mae Purcell Kimbrell. He was a graduate of Ingomar High School and proudly served his country in the Mississippi National Guard for 8 years. On August 24, 1973 he married his beloved wife, the former Betty Smith, who preceded him in death on September 29, 2003.
  A Christian, a Mason and Mississippi National Guard Veteran, Mr. Kimbrell was a well known and valued employee of Morris Scrap Metal Company for over 40 years. Devoted to his family and a person with a strong work ethic, he will be remembered for his love of the rural way of life and often seen sitting outside his home under the trees enjoying the afternoon. His legacy of love will live on for generations and his family will cherish the memories of their dad's daily telephone conversations checking on each one.
  Visitation will be from 5 PM to 8 PM Wednesday July 10 at New Albany Funeral & Cremation Care and will continue Thursday July 11 from 9 AM until service time.
  Memories will be cherished by his children, Tammy Stinson, Melissa Maharrey (Tim), Charles Galloway, Mary Green and Michelle Sullivan, all of New Albany, four sisters, Nancy Kimbrell, Lucy Hall, Mary Smith and Margerett Hudson, two brothers, Charles Kimbrell (Barbara) and Bobby Joe Kimbrell (Hilda), all of New Albany, eleven grandchildren and sixteen great grandchildren.
  He was also preceded in death by two brothers, John and Hank Kimbrell, two brothers in law, Marlin Hall and Bobby Smith and a grandson, Brandon Galloway.
  The flag at New Albany Funeral & Cremation Care honors Mr. Kimbrell and all Veterans for their service to our country... GOD BLESS AMERICA.
  The staff of New Albany Funeral & Cremation Care invites you to share memories with the Kimbrell family.
 

The staff of New Albany Funeral & Cremation Care invites you to share memories. 

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