Jimmy Henley

Oct. 13, 1952 - Nov. 30, 2017

Jimmy Henley, AKA PaPa was a great man with a profound love of Jesus Christ.  He went home to be with the Lord November, 30, 2017. Jimmy was born October 13, 1952 and raised in Borger, Texas. After graduating high school, his love of baseball led him to Texas A&M where he was a pitcher for the Aggies.  After college, Jimmy met the love of his life, Sherry Henley and they shared 41 years of wedded bliss.  They married January 10, 1976. Jimmy and Sherry loved celebrations, especially their anniversary.  On their anniversary they would take their family to Red Lobster.  Jimmy was a Mason with membership in Littlefield Masonic Lodge.  He was an avid domino player and was unavailable at 10 and 3.  Golf was one of Jimmys loves and he and his son, Jarrod won many father-son golf tournaments.  Jimmy especially loved the time spent with Miss shopping at Christmas and getting foot massages.  Jimmy loved family, especially the many family trips and vacations they took.  Jimmy loved his grandkids and enjoyed teaching them about baseball, shooting, and riding the Ranger. Jimmy and Sherry enjoyed special times together going on  Coke dates and taking their dogs running.  He loved his dogs, even when they chewed up three couches. Preceding Jimmy in death is his father, William Troy Henley; and mother-in-law Nelda Gaebler. Survivors include his wife, Sherry of Littlefield; his mother, Stella Faye Henley; his son, Jarrod Henley and wife, Stephanie of Lubbock;  his  daughter,  Serena  Rumbaugh  and  husband,  David  of Wolfforth; five grandchildren, Jayden, Hunter, Kimber, Wyatt, and Hudson; a sister, Kathleen Smith of Austin, Texas; and his dogs, Jake and Sarge. Family will receive friends at the funeral home from 3 p.m. until 5 p.m. Sunday, December 3, 2017 at Hammons Funeral Home. Funeral Service will be at 2 p.m. Monday, December 4, 2017 in the sanctuary of First Baptist Church in Littlefield.  Burial in Littlefield Memorial  Park.   Arrangements  by  Hammons  Funeral Home  in Littlefield. Family suggests memorials be made to Joe Arrington Cancer Center Research & Treatment Center, 4101 22nd Place, Lubbock, Texas 79410;  the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital For Children, 2222 Welborn St., Dallas, Texas 75219; or a charity of your choice.

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