Funeral Service Conducted for James C. Jennings

3 comments Written on April 12th, 2012     
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SAN ANGELO, TX (April 12, 2012) – A funeral service for retired Evangelical Covenant Church pastor James Curtis Jennings, 92, was conducted April 5 in San Angelo, Texas. He died April 2.

Jennings was born March 3, 1920, in Santa Anna, Texas. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree at Azusa Pacific College in 1953.

Jennings married Helen Bagley on May 26, 1939. She preceded him in death.

He served as pastor of several United Methodist Church congregations before pastoring First Covenant Church in Abilene, Texas, and First Covenant Church in Bremerton, Washington. Following his first retirement he moved to Longview, Texas, where he served as pastor of Harleton United Methodist Church for 24 years until retiring again on March 7, 2010, at the age of 90.

Jennings is survived by his wife of 12 years, Hazel Jennings; son Wayne Jennings, and daughter Jeanie McKay.

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3 comments “Funeral Service Conducted for James C. Jennings”

Thank the Lord for Curtis Jennings faithful service. He was an amazing man, faithful to the end.
Peace to his memory! Phil and Jonna Axelson

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Thanks for your note, Wayne. Sorry I didn’t know sooner but understand. Wonderful memories of both your mom and dad while at Azusa Pacific! God is good even in parting this earth. Trust we will all be together In glory. That is our hope! Agree?
Would like to know more about you and your sister. In Jesus’ Name, Peggy

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So sorry to hear of your Dad’s passing.We spent many wonderful Sunday dinners at Uncle Cricket and Aunt Lois’s after church while he was studying at Azusa Pacfic. We always thought so much of your mother and dad. You were very small and Jeannie was just a baby. Your Dad sent so many wonderful and uplifting e-mails. Jack is in the latter stages of Alszheimers disease and cannot use the computer anymore.He will be 84 in January. I am caring for him with help in our home and hope to continue that. His Dad lived to be 92 also. Your father was a fine man and we have the hope and faith that we will see him again in Heaven. Again, We are so sorry for your loss and know how much you miss him. Lovingly Jack and Carole Messer

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