Jimmy (James) Doyle Kurz

Jimmy (James) Doyle Kurz was born, November 15, 1948, in Dallas, Texas to parents Frank and Fredna Kurz. He grew up and went to school in the Dallas area. He passed on to be with the Lord on Friday, August 9, 2019.
Jimmy was a veteran serving in the Vietnam era. He joined the United States Air Force in 1968, and honorably served his country.
During his service time in 1970, while stationed in West Texas, he met his wife, Linda Joy, the love of his life: and the woman with whom he would spend the next 47 years.
Jimmy and Linda were blessed to have 4 children. He is survived by his wife Linda, a son Timothy (Tim), 3 daughters, Vivian, Christie, and Angie, sons-in-law: Darren, Will, and Jason; grand-children Jesse and wife Sarah, Allyssa, Chelsey, Stormie, Danielle and Colton; and great grand-children Robert, Cheyenne, Jace, and Layla.
He is also survived by a sister Susan of Waco, sisters-in-law: Lynda Jean and Jodie, nephews: Ronnie, Bryan, and Steven, nieces: Katie, Tammy and Jayme; great-nephews: Robert, Devin, Zane and John, and great-nieces: Carissa, Lauren and Kimberly, as well as a great many friends.
Jimmy was preceded by his parents, brother Ronnie Kurz, and his nephew Darren Kurz.
Jimmy was a strong and steadfast husband and father who worked diligently to support and care for the family he so dearly loved.
He will be loved and remembered by all who knew him.
A visitation will be held on Wednesday, August 14, 2019 from 6:30pm – 9:00pm at the James Crowder Funeral Home in La Marque. A graveside service will be at 2:00pm on Friday, August 16, 2019 at Coastal Bend Veterans Cemetery in Corpus Christi, Texas.


  1. Please note that the lord took a great husband, brother, father and friend. He was the strength and pillars of our home. I will miss you dearly daddy.

    Vivian Robinson
  2. Mr. Kurz was a very kind and humble man. I have many fond memories of him. He will be dearly missed by all who knew him. My thoughts and prayers are with his family through this hard time.

    Kristin Putnam
  3. Words their self wont explain how much we miss you papaw. It hurts so much knowing that your no longer with us but I’m also really glad your not suffering anymore. We love and miss you so much papaw.

    Allyssa avant
  4. Rest in peace uncle Jimmy. I love and miss you soooo much!! He was the best uncle ever <3

    Jayme Carter
  5. Jimmy was my lifelong friend since the age of 12. I will miss you so much.

    Bill Burns
  6. I have wonderful memories of our teenage and Air Force years together. Jimmy was a great friend. Jimmy I will see you again.

    Bobby Reed

    Bobby Reed
  7. My papaw was a great man, i have such great memories of him and my memaw. Going down to Houston and spending my entire summer break with them and having so much fun was one of the many things i loved doing, one time we all took the boat out and i got really scared and had to go back home so papaw took me out on it just me and him and he taught me how to drive and it was the coolest thing ever! I helped him fix his truck and mowed the yard with him, watch columbo with him all the time, would sit and listen to him tell me stories about him working on planes and stuff.
    He lived an amazing life and i wouldnt of asked for a better papaw then him, i love and miss you papaw.

    Chelsey Rose Robinson

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