Jimmy Earl Chatman-Brady was born March 4, 1967 in Oxford, MS to Earnest Brady and Mary Alice Pegues in Oxford, MS.
Jimmy accepted Christ at an early age and fellowshipped with Hammitt Hill United Methodist Church.
“Big Jim,” as he was affectionately called, received his education from Oxford School District and was a graduate of Oxford High School’s class of 1985. He was employed by Bridges Property as an electrician and plumber.
Jim was very outspoken and stood firm in his character. He enjoyed the simple things in life like fishing, spending time with his family and friends and watching football – especially Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. His most precious joy of all was spending time with his grandchildren, he was the best granddad ever.
On Tuesday, April 20, 2021, Jim passed away in Lafayette county, MS. He will truly be missed by all who loved and knew him. To cherish his memories and life, he leaves his daughters, Kimberly Horton of Houston, TX, Janika Davis and Erica Davis both of Greenville, MS; god son, Montel Sherdon; grandchildren, Erin Davis, A’Layla Boston, Jadah Davis, Thomas Robinson, Jr., and Tomerica Robinson; great grandson, Chancellor Robinson; mother and stepfather, Mary Alice Pegues (Robert); siblings, Letha Brady, Pamela Brady, and Rodney Pegues all of Oxford, MS, Tangee Evans and Reginald Brooks (Dreka) both of Houston, TX, Paula Lawson (Johnny) of Katy, TX, and Ernest Brooks (Ashley) of Jackson, MS.
Jim was preceded in death by his father, Earnest Brady, maternal grandparents, Jessie and Reannie Chatman and paternal grandparents, Zebedee and Georgia Brady.
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