Very sorry to learn of the passing of James. I knew him at Whitewright High School, then I moved to Sunray Texas and got a temporary job baleing hay. When I showed up for work, James was there waiting for me. We baled hay from 6 at night to 6 in the morning. We had a lot of fun while we worked, and we palled around before I joined the navy. Tried to get him to join up with me, but he was not ready yet. When I came home from boot camp, I learned of his racing accident. In later years, I tried to locate him, in the Tom Bean area, but was not successful. He was a good guy. Wilford House Haughton, Louisiana
Wilford House, March 9, 2016 May the "hearer of prayer"continue to strengthen your family during this most difficult time. The days ahead will get easier,as those close to you provide the support and encouragement you need to stay strong. Share your memories they will be a source of comfort that can help you and your family to cope and grant you peace.
The Sigler Family, March 5, 2016 It was my pleasure to take care of Mr. Bout land during his last days. He was always a ray of sunshine. He loved to be around people and good gospel music. He will be missed dearly!
Megan Vasquez, March 4, 2016 My sympathy to Mr. Bourland’s family. It was my pleasure to deliver meals to him for several years and missed him after he moved to Belton. He was always an interesting and pleasant gentleman.
Rhoda Harris, March 3, 2016