James Cowan Jimmy Workman  April 23 2019

James Cowan Jimmy Workman April 23 2019

James Cowan “Jimmy” Workman, 70 James Cowan “Jimmy” Workman, 70 of Portsmouth died Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at SOMC Hospice. He was born October 11, 1948 in Portsmouth to the late Cowan and Pauline Crabtree Workman. Along with his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Stan Workman and a sister, Jenny Klein. He was a retired car salesman from Glockners of Portsmouth and previously worked at Vallery Chevrolet of Waverly. Jimmy is survived by a brother, Tom (Martha) Workman of Mount Olivet, Kentucky, a sister, Marta (Mark Jarrells) Hale of Portsmouth, along with several nieces, nephews, and friends. A Gathering of Family and Friends will be from 2 to 4:00 PM Saturday, April 27, 2019 at the Roger W. Davis Funeral Home in West Portsmouth with a Memorial Service to follow at 4:00 PM. The family requests that in lieu of flowers that donations be made to SOMC Hospice in Jimmy’s memory. Condolences may be sent to www.rogerwdavisfuneralhome.com.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of James Cowan Jimmy Workman April 23 2019.

Roger W Davis Funeral Home

Death notice for the town of: West Portsmouth, state: Ohio

death notice James Cowan Jimmy Workman April 23 2019

obituary notice James Cowan Jimmy Workman April 23 2019

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  1. I just found out tonight that Jimmy passed. I didn’t know him well, but I am saddened to hear of his death. I listed his house for sale, and we always liked talking about horses because we both had such a love for horses. He once gave me a signed and number picture of Secretariat which hangs in my Dayton, Ohio office and I will always treasure, mostly because it came from him. We also used to trade Kentucky Derby glasses. He had a nice collection…and a few that I didn’t have, and I had a rather large collection and gave him some of my glasses. I know he loved his Corgi, too, and once when he asked me to watch him for a few hours, I felt very honored to do so because I knew he wouldn’t let just anyone watch his dog. The last time I saw him was when I was traveling through Waverly and he was still working for Glockner’s. We had a nice conversation and then we both went on about our business. If I had known he passed, I would have surely come to the services to pay my respects because I always liked and respected him. He was a great guy.



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