Jimmy Charles Lanier
September 11, 1961  -  November 2, 2018

Jimmy Charles Lanier

Memorial Service
Roberts & Hart Chapel
404 S.Williams St.
Westville, OK  74965
Friday, November 16, 2018
2 pm
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Jimmy Charles Lanier, son of Grover Charles Lanier and Emmalleta (Dunaway) Palone, was born on September 11, 1961 in Siloam Springs, Arkansas. He departed this life in November 2, 2018 at the age of 56 years.

He spent most of his youth breaking horses and at Junior Rodeos. Jimmy was a very friendly person who liked to talk, liked to laugh, loved coffee and Dr. Pepper. He enjoyed walking and was known around town for his walking. He was a faithful attendee of many different churches; which one he would attend on any given Sunday was always a surprise. He was Emmalleta’s favorite son and LeeAnna’s best friend.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents: Woodrow & Vivian Lanier and Tom & Emaline Dunaway.

Jimmy is survived by his mother: Emmalleta Palone of Westville, OK, father: Charles Lanier of Watts, OK, daughters: Kristi Kendrick and husband Clint of Ft. Smith, AR, Lindsey Swift and husband Russell of Little Rock, AR, grandchildren: Isabella, Sophia, Will and Marie Kendrick of Ft. Smith, Ivy Blake Swift of Little Rock, sisters: LeeAnna Lanier and Dena Randal of Westville, Linda Dick and April Ellis of Broken Arrow, OK, Jamie Lents of OKC, OK, brothers: Bobby Lamont, Matthew Lamont and Justin Lamont, all of Kansas, OK, numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, friends and family.

2:00 p.m., Friday, November 16, 2018
Roberts & Hart Chapel
Westville, Oklahoma

Mike Hayes

Amazing Grace
You Raise Me Up
Victory in Jesus


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  1. Barbara Potter-Hatfield
    Proctor, OK

    Jim has been my friend forever and I will remember his laugh forever. May he "REST IN PEACE" and his family family "find comfort in their cherished memories until they meet again". My deepest sympathy. GOD BLESS ALL.

  2. Nancy McReynolds Hebert
    Siloam Springs, AR

    Sorry for your loss. I have fond memories of Jim when we were about 16-18 years old. My prayers are with the family.

  3. Bryan Barnes
    Siloam Springs, AR

    Sorry for the family's loss. I remember him from Ozark Junior Rodeo days.

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