Jimmy C. Kincheloe
1955 - 2021

August 22, 1955 ˜ December 28, 2021

Jimmy C. Kincheloe went to Heaven on Tuesday, Dec. 28, 2021, thanking Jesus and holding his wife’s hand after a long illness, in a Vancouver, WA, hospital.
Jimmy was born in Healdsburg, CA, on Aug. 22, 1955. He attended schools in Healdsburg, Santa Rosa, and Rohnert Park, graduating from Rancho Cotati High School in 1973. He completed The Carpenters Local #751 Apprenticeship Program through the Santa Rosa Junior College in 1982. He loved being a carpenter.
Jimmy met Julie Rousseau in Santa Rosa in 1976. They married in 1977. Jimmy worked in California, Oregon, Washington and Alaska. He moved to Washington State in 2002.
Jimmy is survived by his wife and three children: Jaclyn Netherton (Joshua), Jamie Donnelly (James), and Jesse Kincheloe (Erica).
He is survived by six grandchildren, James and Caleb Netherton, Ayllin and Elijah Donnelly, and Jackson and Jonah Kincheloe. He is also survived by his “Pop”, Peter Carstens; his brother Ray Jackson (Donna); sisters, Sandy Lewman and Patty Swanson (Jeff); and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins.
He was preceded in death by his father, John C. Kincheloe; his mother, Lorraine Carstens; sister and brother in-law, Frances and David Bettiga; sister-in-law, Barbara Jackson and brother-in-law, Keith Lewman.
Jimmy so loved all his family. He would say his brothers-in-laws were like brothers to him.
Jimmy had requested cremation with his ashes spread near Kincheloe Point on the Oregon Coast.
Never one to want a birthday party where he was the center of attention, he also did not want a large funeral or Memorial. He would want us to look to Jesus, his Lord and Savior for comfort and peace. As Jimmy loved to cook, we may have a family dinner in his memory later this year.
Donations in lieu of flowers in Jimmy’s memory can be made online to OPTIONS360.org, or by mail to: Options 360, P O Box 61545, Vancouver, WA 98666-1545. Telephone#360-567-0285
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Published by The Columbian on Jan. 5, 2022.
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Our sympathies to Julie and children please at this time ! Not knowing details I´m so sorry for your loss!
Patricia Tanzi
January 8, 2022
My condolences to the family! Jimmy will always be loved and missed.
Bonita McGinnis
January 5, 2022
I met Jimmy at Rancho Cotate and knew him for a few years thereafter. He was a good friend of my first husband Greg Robbins. Jimmy was one of the nicest people I have ever known. And funny too. I have often thought of him through the years with great fondness. So sorry he left his family at such a young age.
Cece Palmer DePaoli
January 5, 2022
I was around in the early years of Jimmy and Julie´s relationship and family. He was a fun and thoughtful person. Very easy to laugh with. We hadn´t seen each other in years, but I´m sure those things didn´t change. My heart and prayers go out to Julie, the family, and the extended family and friends. Prayers for peace and comfort.
Patti Aaron
January 5, 2022
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