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James Richard “Jim” Iman

James Richard (“Jim”) Iman
April 24, 1945-February 10, 2022
Jim was born in Perry, Oklahoma on April 24th 1945 to Hal and Cleophus Iman. He was raised in Wichita Falls, Texas where his family was transferred with Shell Oil Company. Jim never met a stranger. He was very popular in school and was a cheerleader at Wichita High School.
Jim attended Midwestern State University majoring in Business Administration. He was also a proud member of Kappa Alpha Fraternity- where he made lifetime friends.
It was at Midwestern State he met Donna Gail Byars. They had two children Audra Whitworth Burgess (Mark ) of Lafayette, Indiana and Peyton Mack Iman (Jennifer) of North Richland Hills, Tx. Jim is survived by his children and his four grandchildren, Aleksander Patrick Whitworth and Henry Dean Whitworth of Lafayette, Indiana and Brooklyn Joyce Iman and Addison Gail Iman of North Richland Hills. Though they divorced Jim and Gail worked hard at being friends to keep their family loved and provided for. They always celebrated the holidays together.
Jim moved to Fort Worth in 1979 and began Jim Iman & Associates. He was gifted at putting business clients together and really loved the Texas Oil and Gas business. He served on many boards in Wichita Falls and Fort Worth.
Jim loved his boxer dogs. Over the years he had six of them. Clancy, Ginger, Pebbles, Bam Bam, General Imo, and Roxie. He also loved the TCU Horn frogs. “Go Frogs” was a favorite expression of his. Since he never met a stranger, he would always ask “where did you grow up?” More times than not, he knew many people from those cities or towns. Jim enjoyed playing golf and attending The Colonial Golf event each year in Fort Worth.
Jim was proceeded in death by his parents and his only brother, John Iman of San Angelo. He also left behind relatives in Oklahoma and Texas. Jim will live on in the hearts and minds of everyone who knew and love him. His life was indeed a life well lived.
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