Carl Jimbo James Elliott
Born: 9/1/1956, Moab, Utah
Our dear bother Jim, age 59, passed on to be with the Lord the night of August 1st in Moab, Utah, while reading his bible. He was born and lived his earlier years in Moab. Early on his family moved to Idaho City, Idaho where he spent many years before returning to his birthplace in Moab.
Jim grew to be a strong believer and was saved and baptized in Idaho City in the year 2000.
Jim was very well liked by all who knew him and was known for his great sense of humor and gentle spirit.
He is preceded in death by his father, Herbert R. Elliott, his mother, Ruth M. Elliott and his younger brother, Richard (Dicky) Elliott. Jim is survived by his older sister, Jan K. Flynn and her husband Bud Flynn of Moab Utah; his older brother John R. Elliott and his wife Ruth Elliott of Nampa, Idaho; his older brother Charles E. Elliott and his wife Jackie Elliott of Idaho City, Idaho; and his younger sister Pamela G. Link and her husband Steve Link of Boise Idaho. He is also survived by many nieces and nephews, cousins and their families, all who loved Jim very much. He will be greatly missed by all his family and many friends.
A viewing will be held on August 8th at 8:00 pm at the Spanish Valley Mortuary in Moab, Utah. The graveside service will be held on August 9th at 10:00 am at the Sunset Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Moab, Utah.
Tributes:Sending lots of love, prayers, and hugs to all of the family. Jimbo was one of a kind; full of fun, love, and laughter. I'll cherish our friendship forever and be thankful for all the good times we shared and trips we took.
I can hear him say, "You can call me anything you want... just don't call me late for supper."
- Barb PierceMet Jimbo through Lisa 36 years ago. We immediately became friends and laughter and great memories followed. Jimbo was so gracious and such a gentleman, so helpful and such a good friend. He always made you feel special. Thank you for showing me Moab. Love you to the moon Sweetheart.
- Dale Anne MondyJan, I am thinking of you and praying that God will comfort you and your family during this difficult time.
We miss you
- Jody EllisJimbo was one of my first friends in Idaho City in 1973.....and he told me ....that you never lose your wife ... you just lose your turn. I still laugh today. Thank you for all your friendship and fun. Love you forever, :-)
- Lisa RappleyeI don't know what to say,except jimbo was on of the best friends I ever had.sure had a lot of @ good times.I'm sure miss him.rest well my brother.
- Loren Ebeltoft
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