James Worth Keenom, age 61, died in an automobile accident on March 22, 2019. He was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas.
Jim was a manager for many years at Minyards Grocery Store before branching out into his own business, opening Tri-County Bail Bonds. He loved outdoor activities, hunting, and was an avid shooter. He was close to his family and had many close friends he loved spending time with. His sense of humor and his ability to make everyone laugh and smile was a quality that will be terribly missed. He was loved by many and will forever be in our hearts.
He was preceded in death by his father, James Lewis Keenom. He is survived by his son, James Austin Keenom, Madeline Carter, and grandson, James Caleb Keenom. He is also survived by his mother, Ina Sue Keenom and spouse Bill Hamilton of Fort Worth, brothers, Mark Keenom of Fort Worth and Tracy Keenom and spouse Sharon Keenom of Burleson, sister Kayna Brown and spouse Matt Brown of Azle, nephews and nieces, Henry, Jesse, Levi, Jenny, Ellen, and Hannah, and ex-wife Mimi Middlebrook Keenom.
A quote from Jim: “I have as many people in heaven I love as I do on earth. Don’t be sad when I die, I just want people to have a beer in my name and laugh.”
A memorial for Jim Keenom will be held at The Fountains Fellowship Church at 812 S. Crowley Rd. on Saturday, March 30, 2019 at 2:00 p.m.
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