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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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Thinking and praying for the family at this difficult time. I will always be grateful for the wonderful work James did for the Rise school of Austin. Thank you for the support you showed our children. May the golf tournament continue on in your honor.


Posted by: Greg and Sally Steiner - Dripping Springs, TX   Oct 07, 2013

James Street Family
I wish to express my condolences for your loss. Although i only knew James his senior year in high school, I was fortunate to be his high school baseball coach that year. Not only was James an outstanding athlete; but more importantly, he was an outstanding person. Although he will be missed very much, he has left many happy memories that cannot be taken away. My thoughts and prayers are with you.


Posted by: Eddie G. Cannon - Longview, TX - Baseball Coach Longview HS   Oct 07, 2013

one of the greats of Texas longhorn football has left us. he certainly made a name for himself playing for a legendary coach in Darrel Royal. He certainly was a gentleman both on and off the field. may our dear lord grant his family peace and comfort during this sad time. rest in peace Jim and thank you for your outstanding career


Posted by: victor checketts - salt lake city, UT   Oct 07, 2013


Posted by: grateful 4urwork    Oct 06, 2013

I have remembered James for some 40+ years due to one reason-he was the only person in LHS that I remember who made those of us fell welcomed who entered our senior year from Judson due to a consoldiation.James went our of his way to welcome us and made a lasting impression on me. Later while at Texas Tech, I remember James coming to the fence behind the ut bench and saying hello and talking about our short time together

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Posted by: Dean Stalcup - San Diego, CA   Oct 06, 2013

To James Street's family -
What a wonderful husband, & father James was I am certain - because he was a great young man, friend and athlete when we lived in Longview.
He was in my brothers grade and played football with Gary, my brother. However he was on JV when my ex-husband,Charlie Tyner, (now passed away)played for Longview Jr. High & High School and was a team mate.
We called James Jimmy back then - my family cared for Jimmy allot.
We were

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Posted by: Francie Marchione Willis - Houston, TX   Oct 06, 2013

On Saturday, December 7, 1969, while I worked at Sterlings Jewelry on NW Hwy, a microcosm of that game of the century was being created. Very few rings or watches were being bought let alone sold . . . everyone's attention was focused there in the Ozarks. We cheered & shared your joy!
James, you led the team as you always did . . .
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yet your presence then is the same as it will always be represented by
how

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Posted by: Dan R. Hall - Dallas, TX - Longhorn   Oct 06, 2013

Janie,
God bless you and your family at such a difficult time. James
was a legend and a good friend. Our prayers are with. I will
always cherish the good times and true character of the person,
not just the athlete. Our hearts are all saddened from James'
parting but enriched by having known him. David & Jane Fender
Tyler, UT 69' -70'


Posted by: David Fender - Tyler, TX   Oct 05, 2013

Any aspiring athlete who grew up in Longview in the 60's like I did considered James a role model. When he and some teammates made a victory lap after the Cotton Bowl win over Norte Dame in the spring of 1970, he was introduced by Coach Don Holley at an assembly at Longview High School. Coach Holley recounted how James had lettered in 4 sports all 3 years in high school. The coach jokingly lamented that James didn't play golf

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Posted by: Bob Satterwhite - Austin, TX - fan   Oct 05, 2013

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Posted by: Steven Dillon - Charlottesville, VA - UT student with James(knew him)   Oct 05, 2013