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James Street
  • The family requests that in lieu of flowers, friends may want to consider the Rise School of Austin, 5206 Balcones Dr., Austin, Texas 78731, The Street 16 Foundation, 1221 South Mopac Expressway, Suite 180, Austin, Texas 78746 or a charity of their choice

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I was eleven, saw Richard Nixon sit across the stadium from me at the 40 yard line. I carry that with me today, but what I carry most and foremost is that James Street beat my Razorbacks that day! I cried, for days, but everyday since I have appreciated and thought what a young man and competitor James Street was and what his heart was made of. I have respected him and who he is from that day forward! I

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Posted by: Curtis R. Campbell - Fayetteville   Nov 08, 2013

I was in the eighth when I saw James play at the old Lobo stadium he was my hero from then on.Few people know this but it was James that stopped the high school policy of giving a letter jacket every time you lettered.From '67 onward one jacket per year regardless of letters you earned that year.James earned 12 letter jackets from soph.to sen.years.4 each year for football,basketball,track & baseball.A very gifted athlete!May God bless James Street and family,Bob Gilchrist LHS'70


Posted by: A friend   Oct 31, 2013

My sincere condolences to the entire family. I spent many summers and holidays at my grandparents, neighbors of the Street family. The Street children and I attended movies, played croquet and just hung out together. I ama so sorry for this loss. May the wonderful memories of James sustain the whole family.
Virgiinia Butter Fields


Posted by: Virginia Butter Fields - Fairview, TX   Oct 10, 2013

God bless you all for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time and we know that God is with each of you. And, know how blessed we all are (family and friends) to have so many fond and fun filled memories to hold dear and share.


Posted by: Ann and James Mowery - Henderson, TX   Oct 09, 2013

God's Promise
God never promised a life without pain,
Laughter without tears or sun without rain.
But He did promise strength for the day,
Comfort for the tears and the light for the way,
And for all who believe In His Heaven above
He rewards their faith In His everlasting love.
Janie and family..
It's been years, we all stay so busy. So sorry to hear about James. You are blessed with a wonderful loving family, I pray you all can be there for one another. God Bless all of you.


Posted by: Rhonda Raesz - Dripping Springs, TX   Oct 08, 2013

My memories of Mary and James at Judson Middle School, then later at LHS are sweet. May God be with the family and mend their broken hearts.


Posted by: Jessica Roach Ferguson - Lake Charles, LA   Oct 08, 2013

Janie and Family.....
Some people just make a difference and James was a difference maker all along his journey here. He touched the lives and many, many people, young and old and made this world a brighter and better place. We pray that God will lift your grief swiftly and you will find strength and courage in the memories that fill the scrapbook in your heart. We send our sincerest condolences.
The Tooley Family
Ken, Kent, Kevin & Linda, Kirk & Lori, Kay (Tooley) Harty


Posted by: Ken Tooley - Austin, TX - Friend   Oct 08, 2013

Just want to express my sincere sympathies to the Street family and friends. I was a neighbor/friend of the Street family on West Ann Street. I spent many summer hours hanging out with Sewell. I dearly loved Mrs. Street and I know she is missed as well. James and Mary were little kids then. Just know that James' mom is waiting for him. Molly


Posted by: Molly Brow Dryer - Longview, TX - neighbor/friend   Oct 07, 2013

You will be deeply missed and may wife, children, family & friends know that you inspired many. Deepest thanks for all your courage,


Posted by: Joanie Melton Sorensen Becker - Houston, TX   Oct 07, 2013

Janie - so sorry to hear about James. May God bless you & your family. You are in my thoughts and prayers.


Posted by: Sarah (Salinas) Spillman - San Antonio, TX   Oct 07, 2013