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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 Street was my favorite Longhorn Football Player of all time, but he was also one of the best examples of success and giving back to the Austin Community of any UT Athlete. He will always be remembered as a great Athlete, wonderful father and great Austin Citizen. May he rest in peace and may God give his wonderful wife and sons the faith and strength they need in the days ahead. God Bless You!

Glenda Lane


Posted by: Glenda Lane - Austin - UT Athletics-native Austinite   Oct 03, 2013

Your football play provided so many great times and memories for me.
Thank you so much.


Posted by: Jim Challstrom - Lakeway, TX - Fan   Oct 03, 2013

LOVE NEVER DIES, LOVE NEVER FADES. JANIE & BOYS, ALL MY LOVE


Posted by: milton allen - austin, TX - friend   Oct 03, 2013

James was always so great to be around, such an inspiring person. Janie and boys you are in our prayers.


Posted by: Larry and Tracey People's - Hutto, TX   Oct 03, 2013

Growing up James' family lived just a couple of blocks from my brothers & I and we all went through school with James & Mary. I am sorry for your loss Mary. James was a great all around kid and was nice to everyone and that smile will last for ever. My daughter and grandson, Austin, are Longhorn followers as myself & knew everything about James' career and we also have been following Houston's ability. James was an awesome human being. God Bless his wife and family and give them the strength they need.


Posted by: Connie Bridges Ryan - Longview, TX   Oct 03, 2013

Mary and Sewell,

We lived next door to you on West Ann Drive in Longview when we were kids. Please accept our deepest sympathy to you both as well as his wife, Janie and family. He will forever be in our hearts along with all of our memories of you all.


Posted by: Debbie Huckabee Green, Brenda Huckabee Cotton, & Ruth Huckabee H - Longview, TX - Childhood neighbors   Oct 03, 2013

Janie,
So sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Sherry Rehfeld McColpin


Posted by: A friend   Oct 03, 2013

Dear Janie and boys, our hearts break for your loss. You all had such a bight light in your lives with James at your side. The times our paths crossed through Westlake HS and around our community, we saw smiles and friendly conversation. James left a great impression. Hugs and love.


Posted by: Mark, Victor, Sharon & Greg Kronberg - Austin, TX - acquaintances   Oct 03, 2013
Maui

He was my favorite quarterback. I had the obortunity to meet him twice. Once in 1970 at a book signing and again years later on a plane to Maui. I got to chat with him about his football days and congratulate him on his enshrinement in the Cotton Bowl Hall of Fame. He will be missed, my sympathies to his family.


Posted by: Michael Davis - Roanoke, TX   Oct 03, 2013

I never had the pleasure of meeting James, but I knew of him very well through a member of his James Street family here in Pennsylvania, George Audi, who spoke glowingly of James. As President Elect of our statewide Trial Bar, I can assure you that James and his team had a profound impact on the lives of our clients and on our practices. Monies that may have been squandered were protected for families in need. We knew that we

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Posted by: Malcolm MacGregor - Scranton, PA - Business Partner   Oct 03, 2013