Jimmy Dean Croy

April 28, 1950 - August 06, 2013

Jimmy Dean Croy

April 28, 1950 - August 06, 2013


Jimmy Jim Dean Croy a lifelong Bellingham resident passed away August 6th, 2013. He graduated from Bellingham High School and spent the last 30 years as an Inside Sales Representative.

He loved to take rides in the Corvette, go camping with family and friends, golf, watch sports, spend time with family, friends and his grandkids. Those who knew him also knew that one of his favorite loves was his Beer.

Jim will be missed sitting on the corner of the football, baseball, or soccer fields, basketball court, and wrestling tournaments where he was always supporting and encouraging his two grandsons or his granddaughter at their various sporting events.
He was an amazing man, with a caring nature, that every one loved. The Lord gained an incredible spirit.

Jim is survived by his wife Lisa Croy; father James B. Croy; son Skyler (Shelby) Croy; brother Denny (Pat) Croy; sisters Bev (Paul) Lemley and Linda (Rick) Kirschman; sisters-in-law and brothers- in- law Marla and Greg Poster, Bruce and Marylin Perry, Chris and Liza Perry, and Ginny and Lloyd Mattingly; grandchildren Wyatt, Eli, and Cassidy; and numerous nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his mother Marylin Croy and father-in-law and mother-in-law Lyle and Elaine Perry.

The family would like to say Thank you for the many Friends and Families support in this time of need.

Farewell Tribute Information

Graveside services will be Monday, August 12, at 11:00 AM at Woodlawn Cemetery in Ferndale. Donations Information

In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Autism Speaks c/o Deming Speedway 4605 Deming Road, Everson, WA 98247.

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27 responses to Jimmy Dean Croy

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  1. Ken & Ann says:

    It didn’t matter where you were, at work or on the golf course, nobody had as much fun as you did. Thanks, Jim, for being a friend.

  2. Were sure going to miss that hearty laugh when we would see you and a big hug when we left. . When Lisa, Greg and Marla are telling stories I know Jim and Tom are doing the same. From now on the name Jim Croy will bring a smile to so many faces. He touched everyone.

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