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05/25/05

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James Jarvis

  

JARVIS, JAMES "Jimmy", born August 6, 1960 and went to be with the Lord May 7, 2005. He is survived by his Mother: Barbara Jarvis, Father: Jim Jarvis and Step Mother: Lucille, Sisters: Connie Hill, Cathy Jarvis, Caroline Samford, Cassie Jarvis, Brothers: Joe and Jessie Jarvis, Nieces and Nephews: Rachel, Jacob, Hannah, Sarah, Malachi, Cody, Cate, Best friend and companion: Porkchop and numerous Aunts, Uncles Cousins and friends. Family will receive friends Monday, May 9, 2005 from 6:00 to 9:00 P.M. at the Laurel Oaks Funeral Home. Funeral Services will be Tuesday, May 10, 2005 at 10:00 A.M. at the Laurel Oaks Funeral Home. Interment will be in the Laurel Oaks Memorial Park Cemetery. Lauren Oaks Funeral Home & Cemetery 12649 Lake June Road @ LBJ Mesquite (972) 288-4663 see also www.laureloaksfuneralhome.com
Published in the Dallas Morning News on 5/9/2005.

 

 

R. I. P.


Okay, maybe this isn't "big", but I still feel it worth updating the page for.  Last night we went and saw Bill Maher at the Lakewood, and decided to wait and see if we could get an autograph.  We did!  He was very funny throughout the show, and first I tried in the lobby, then Scott succeeded at the ticket window to get a poster.  It worked out better as the lobby poster was huge, we would have had nowhere to keep it.  Anyway, he was very funny and personable to us after the show, we were a small crowd.  Last night at midnight, Scott turned 47 and it was a nice way to start his birthday weekend off.  One of the reason we went ahead and hung out waiting for him was the extreme pleasance of the weather last night.  The other was just to kinda be down there basking in the lights of the Lakewood Theater.  As long as I've lived in Dallas, I must say I have never been there before (in my memory, but I know my Dad was quite the movie buff, it's possible as a baby...).  Built in 1938, the Lakewood is quite tattered at this point in time, but still a great atmosphere.  I think it would certainly be my new favorite venue if more people would start playing there, and Scott says my old nemesis, the Granada has been renovated to have seats now, so I am going to have to give that another try.  It is just beautiful at night, as you can see...

                                             

So if you should ever, get the opportunity, it is certainly worth the trip, it's a trip back in time!  And for those who still care, they have a bar, they were even serving beer in a BOTTLE last night!  Bill even had to complain about it, because it was so loud when people kept throwing those bottles into the trash cans, it must have interrupted his train of thoughts.  And one last thing about Bill, he uses notes onstage.  It seems time stops for no man, and of course, we can all relate to short term memory loss these days.


To anyone who was ever interested:  You must know me or you wouldn't care, but as sometimes happens with me, I have grown weary of this page for now.  Unless there is big big news, I will mostly just be updating our shows and hopefully pictures, too.  I am not going to take the page down, just use it for my own purposes.  I may rethink it a little bit, but it will still be here for me and my friends.  Love to all!

Cathy


 

 

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