Funeral services for James Justice Randall “Jimmy” Reamy, 61, of Broken Arrow, OK, were held Saturday, January 8, 2022, at Johnson Funeral Chapel in Sperry, OK. Honorary casket bearers were Donald Carl Reamy, Curtis Carl Reamy, Larry Joe Hopkins, Ashlee Dawn Reamy, Johnny Thulin, Elizabeth Reamy, Robert Lee Reamy, Ruby Reamy, Clay Reamy, Jentri Reamy, Brent Allen Reamy, Johnny Thulin, Jr., Aaron Reamy, and Donna Thulin.
Jimmy was born February 18, 1960, in Tulsa, OK, to Donald Carl Reamy and Margo Kay Hopkins-Jones. He passed away December 22, 2021, in Broken Arrow, OK.
Being born a special needs child and a gift from God, he was raised by his loving parents and family until the age of 5, where Jimmy became a residence of the Hissom Memorial Center in Sand Springs at a young age, where he resided until 1992. His parents and family stayed very active in life for all of his life. Jimmy then became a resident of the BIOS Home Residential Assisted Living program where he was able to enjoy living independently at home until his health began to fail in March of 2021. He then became a resident at Forest Hills Care and Rehabilitation in Broken Arrow.
Jimmy has a very loving family and State of Oklahoma team who worked tirelessly to ensure that all of his needs were met. He enjoyed Batman and Superman and looked forward to playing Batman and Robin with his younger brother, Robert, with Robert being Jimmy’s infamous side kick, Robin. Jimmy always enjoyed family time and looked forward to his personal space and alone time as well.
Jimmy’s schedule was often a busy one and liked keeping his routine, from watching tv, including Wheel of Fortune, Price Is Right, or any show that involved numbers, which was a sheer delight for him, to baseball and football games in the evening. Jimmy enjoyed punching in numbers on his expensive calculators for hours at a time. Jimmy also loved all of the holiday seasons, loved spending Thanksgiving and Christmases at Momma’s houses, and asking everyone at least 300 times or so, to sing “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” and “Is Santa Claus Here?!” He also loved anything Coca Cola, going to McDonald’s and driving by the airport just to watch the planes taking off. He enjoyed going to the zoo with his brothers, Robert, and Curtis to ride the trains two times, at least. Jimmy was very personable and always polite. He was a very kind considerate, gentle, and nurturing person, who was very smart and diversity in race and culture was also very important to him. He was a very organized, observant, and independent as well and loved to be praised. Jimmy loved his family. They were very important to him, and his bedroom was his haven. Jimmy enjoyed playing uno and bingo, going to the park and the mall, if it wasn’t too crowded, using the various vending machines, and collecting his dolls.
Jimmy loved his mommy, daddy, brothers and sister, nieces and nephews, and his aunts and uncles. He enjoyed spending time with his loving family and enjoyed everyone from all of the different agencies who helped take care of him. He has now answered the call to his new home in Heaven, reuniting with his mother. Jimmy was very well loved and will be greatly missed. We will always miss our dear our very dear Jimmy, but we will always rejoice in him making it to his eternal home in Heaven, where he is alive forevermore.
With God, family, and friends. We all love you, Jimmy Reamy!
He is survived by his father, Donald Reamy; sister, Donna (Reamy) Thulin and husband, Johnny; brothers, Curtis Reamy, Robert Reamy and Clay Reamy and wife, Melissa; nieces, Ashlee Reamy, Ruby Reamy, Jentri Reamy, and Elizabeth Reamy; nephews, Johnny Thulin, Jr., Brent Reamy and Aaron Reamy; and many other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Margo Jones; brother, Patrick Reamy; and nephew, Jeremy Thulin.
Arrangements and services were entrusted to Johnson Funeral Home, Sperry.
Online condolences to the family can be made at johnsonsperry.com.