Jimmy Wayne Ulmer

August 11, 1952 - January 4, 2021

Jimmy Wayne Ulmer, age 68, of Aubrey, Texas, passed away January 4, 2021.  Jimmy was born August 11, 1952, in Athens, Texas, to Albert Odel and Zula Christine (Turlington) Ulmer.  He graduated from Gilmer High School.  Jimmy proudly served in the United States Navy. 

He is survived by his wife, Kim Ulmer; sons, Christopher Ulmer and Brian Ulmer; granddaughters, Crista Ulmer, Becky Ulmer, Angelina Ulmer, Christine Ulmer, and Debbie Ulmer; two great-grandchildren; sister, Cynthia Parker; and stepsons, Sheldon Worth and Jimi Meazle.

He was preceded in death by his parents and his first wife, Janice Ulmer.

The family will receive friends during a visitation from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m., Sunday, January 11, 2021, at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home, 8520 Main St., Frisco, Texas, 75033.  Interment will take place at 1:00 p.m., Monday, January 12, 2021, at Post Oak Cemetery in Malakoff, Texas.

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Jimmy was a fantastic friend and coworker at TI. I enjoyed visiting with him early mornings when he was on call. Jimmy will be missed by many of his coworkers and friends. R.I.P. Jimmy!!!!! JJ Jean, January 9, 2021 I will miss your humor and your ability to think out of the box. Even though we won't see you in the control room, your memory will always be with us. Job well done! Rest in peace my friend. Dan Engebretsen , January 9, 2021 We Miss You Brother, Friend and Co-worker. May the Peace of God poor out on your family. Al Sherrill, January 9, 2021 I very saddened at the loss of my friend and long time co-worker, Jim. We always enjoyed exchanging thoughts and ideas on how to best operate our systems. Jim was always full of ideas and valuable suggestions. I would often leave his control room "covered" with lots of sticky notes of things to get to work on. He will be deeply missed. Steve Smith, January 8, 2021 I worked with Jim for the past 10 years and enjoyed getting to know him both as a friend and a co-worker. Great personality and sense of humor. Everyone at Texas Instruments enjoyed being around Jim!! Steve Russo, January 8, 2021