Jimmy Tinker

Jimmy Dean Tinker

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Jimmy Dean Tinker 60 of Idaho Falls went to be with the lord on 1/31/2021 at 4:40 am.
He was surrounded by his loved ones Jamie Tinker, Mick Tinker, Patty Hanlon, Josh Shepherd, George Simcask, and Allison Staggie. He was in no pain in hospice care.

Jimmy was born in Aberdeen Idaho to Verdell Wayne Tinker and Neta Ellen Hunter. He attended EITC and got a degree in Science of Automechanics in 1990. He served in the National Guard as a maintenance wheel vehicle mechanic.

On March 17th 1989 he married Patricia Elaine Hanlon. On July 26th 1989 they gave birth to a beautiful baby girl Jamie Tinker. A couple years later on. 9/11/91 they gave birth to a son to carry on the Tinker name Mickey he was so proud.

Jim loved Jesus he attended Watersprings every sunday and sat right up front something he was very proud of. He loved his children his baby comet and friends and family. His favriote thing to do was fish and spend time with his grandkids alex,paisley,and jj. He was so proud of his son for being strong and doing the right thing. He loved his daughter for always being there to take care of him through all the rough times.

He loved going to the shop every morning with George Simcask and James Martineau
“Get one Rolled” They were his best friends. Hunting and Spring fishing! He was an excellent cook. Nobody could out cook my dad. Nobody could out fish him either.

He was proceeded in death by his mother and father his brother Robert Tinker and sister Susan Boudreau.

Jim is survived by his son Mick E Tinker his daughter Jamie Tinker son in law Josh
His sister Vernetta Edwards, Kathy Webb, and Patty Webb .
Grandchildren Alex,JJ,Paisley ,Zaydyn, Mick jr.

A special thank you to the staff in ICU eirmc. Brio hospice Watersprings church and Lindsay and Rick Davis. Thank everyone for the prayers.

Dad you will be missed and I can only imagine!
My hero my best friend my dad the strongest the coolest the most pure of heart man i have ever seen you fought hard all the way to the end. You made it!
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Darrell Tinker

Posted at 01:17pm
I am Jimmy Deans uncle Darrell Jim was born in American Falls and I really enjoyed playing with him, then his folks moved to New Plymouth and I didn't see him much after that' the last time I seen Jim was at Smiths store we talked for a few minutes but life is to fast Love you your uncle Darrell

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