James R "Jimmy" Serio

- 01/07/2018

Obituary for James R "Jimmy" Serio

James Roy “Jimmy” Serio, 60, passed away Sunday evening, Jan. 7, 2018, at Baptist Hospital in Oxford. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Greenwood Funeral Home chapel with interment in Odd Fellows East Cemetery. Benny Rigby will officiate.

Jimmy was a native and lifelong resident of Greenwood. He was a retired dispatcher with the Mississippi Highway Patrol, Troop D, with 26 years of service. He had also served 26 years in the U.S. Army Reserve 173rd
Quartermaster Corps and was a veteran of Desert Storm. He had more recently worked for Helena Chemical Company. Jimmy was an avid outdoorsman who loved to deer hunt. He attended Calvary Baptist Church.

He is survived by his wife, Linda Tullos Serio, daughter Brittney Serio Sims(Landon), sisters Mary Sue Serio and Linda Adell Osbourne and a brother Johnny Serio Jr.(Vivian) all of Greenwood; niece Lindsey Serio of Greenwood and niece Haley Leggett Guntharp, nephew Trey Leggett and great-nephew Grayden Guntharp, all of New Alabany.

Pallbearers will be Arch Howell, Larry Taylor, John Walker Brooks, Jimmy Sandling, John David Teal, Barry McDonald, Lynn Hales and J.B. McDonald. Honorary pallbearers will be Stick Young, Tommy Pannell, Willie Branch, Ken Dubard, John Sheffield, Abel Ezell, Lynn Haley, Shane Huff and James Glen.

Visitation will be from 5 to 7 tonight at Greenwood Funeral Home.

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To The Family as you mourns the passing of your dear love one.May the memories of your dear love one be cherished for years to come.The Bible gives us a hope for the future when we are facing the passing of our love one's.Our creator Jehovah God at Psalms 83:18 has given his Son Jesus Christ the power to resurrect our love one's back and to do away with death.Revelation21:4. To learn more visit www.jw.org.website.
- Janice Simpson
Jimmy, you are gone way too soon. Prayers for your soul and your family. You took care of so many law enforcement officers over the years with your professional and and quick response as a dispatcher (including me) at times that posed a real danger to those involved. You honorably served your country as a combat veteran and for that I thank you for your service. Rest well my friend and I am comforted to know that we'll meet again one day in Heaven to share stories.
- Charlie Moses
Jimmy was a wonderful man. May God give the family comfort and peace during this sorrowful time.
- Inez Whittington
May God wrap His loving arms around each of you and give you comfort, peace, and strength. My love to you, Linda, Brittney, Mary Sue, Linda Adell, and Johnny...and all your precious family.
- Linda Porter

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