In Memory

James Leo "Jimmy" Woo

James Leo Jimmy Woo

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12/10/18 07:04 PM #1    

Yvonne Mikulencak

Jimmy I just learned about your death earlier today.  You were a very good friend to me from 5th grade Helms elementary ,to Hamilton Jr High and then to Reagan.  You will be sooo missed. You were a very good boy and friend. Yvonne



12/12/18 09:02 AM #2    

Yvonne Mikulencak

If you have any photos or great stories  from school days with Jimmy, You can share them with his family/ Here is his son's email   


12/12/18 09:16 AM #3    

Paul Ruffner


12/12/18 04:46 PM #4    

Kathleen Ruby Niklas (Jones)

Jimmy was a good friend to me also-so caring. I had hoped to catch up with him at our 50th next year. Kathleen

12/12/18 05:23 PM #5    

Larry Wunderlich

Jimmy was a good friend and will be sorely missed.  

12/13/18 06:09 AM #6    

Sharon Thompson (Bankhead)

Jimmy and I were in choir together starting in third grade at Helms and continuing through Hamilton with Dot Bristow then high school at Reagan with GW.  In third grade (he was a semester behind me as I was a mid-termer), he and I were selected to represent our school in a city-wide choral performance at the Music Hall. I last saw Jimmy at our 40th reunion. He was still wearing that famous smile. I know he loved the Lord and is smiling in His presence while singing  in that Heavenly choir. Jimmy will be missed. 

12/14/18 05:53 PM #7    

Mark Alan Kelley

Jimmy was a dear friend. I had a hard time in high school until I met Jimmy. I owe him a great deal...his encouragement and example helped me make it through and kept me on a straight path. Phileo, brother. 


12/15/18 05:08 AM #8    

Karen Lynn Suggs (Veit)

I was saddened to hear of Jimmy's passing.  He was  good friend at Hamilton and Reagan.  Such a kind, funny and caring person.  When I think of Jimmy I remember his smile.  I like to think you're smiling in heaven right now.

12/27/18 07:32 PM #9    

Ruth Ann Wheeler

Dear Jimmy, so sorry to hear about youe passing.  I know my mother always wanted me to marry you, but how does a young girl tell her mother a boy is too good and too smart for her?  I had a five minute phone limit with others, but you and I could talk for hours, I guess becuse my mom knew we were reading poetry to each other.  Maybe now I can stop crying, my head and my stomach will feel better. and I can start sleeping again. Agape, Dear Friend.  Sleep well, Sweet Prince.

12/28/18 04:30 AM #10    

Katie Ella Hayden

So hard to believe! Rest In Peace Jimmy. You were a great friend and classmate. Love, Katie

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