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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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James will be missed. He was a wonderful father and a great example of what a father should be. Rusty & Judy Asaff


Posted by: Rusty & Judy Asaff - Marshall, TX   Oct 05, 2013

James Street has always been one of my heros.
I knew DKR couldn't be too far from him very long.
And ya know FS is just waitin' for the opportunity to see him.
I just know it.
One of the true greats.


Posted by: Michael Whitworth - Austin, TX   Oct 05, 2013

Janie and Family, You are in our thoughts and prayers. James was a wonderful man and will be missed.


Posted by: Jim, Sherry, Will & Brent Conrad - Austin, TX   Oct 04, 2013

My condolences to the family. You were a true friend to both my brother Bill and myself. While you are up there tell twin brother Bill "hello" and I miss him. God Bless. Ted Nagel


Posted by: LeRoy "Ted" Nagel - Austin, TX - friend   Oct 04, 2013

May God bless James Street and his family and Mary and her family! Travis street, Mary, Helen, and the black bute. What memories. Thanks! May God Bless!


Posted by: Carl Cooper LHS '66 - Bryan, TX   Oct 04, 2013

My prayers are with the family. I remember how great James was in all sports and I was glad that at Texas University he proved how great he was.


Posted by: Lee Ray Matthews - Georgetown, TX - friend from Longview High School   Oct 04, 2013

Juston and Family,

We wish to extend our condolences for your father's untimely death. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. God be with you during this difficult time.


Posted by: Peggy Thomas - Amarillo, TX - Friend,Business Assoc. of Juston   Oct 04, 2013

In their early years, the Street family's backyard connected to ours. We have fond memories of after school snacks, television watching and playing at the house. My Mother was always busy altering ball uniforms for James and loved every minute of it. I married one of James and Mary's high school classmates, Jim Holley, and enjoyed getting to visit with them at the reunions. James was a wonderful man in many, many ways. He will be missed by all. All our best and prayers are with his family.

Jim and Ginger Messick Holly and Helen Messick


Posted by: Ginger Messick Holley - Kilgore, TX - Friend   Oct 04, 2013

our family wishes to send our deepest condolences in the loss of james. you are such a wonderful family and we enjoyed you during football years with our kids at Westlake. of course my dad thought James was the greatest thing ever when I was a kid and he was playing for Texas. be proud of his legacy.


Posted by: cathy hill, ty hill, colt clements and chase clements - austin, TX - westlake years   Oct 04, 2013
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So long Slick. We will miss you. We were there, for the "Big Shoot-out". We Longhorn fans will never forget you. Best wishes to Houston, and the rest of the family. Bonnie Gae & Bill Haight. Hook 'Em


Posted by: william H. Haight - san Antonie, TX   Oct 04, 2013