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Jimmy C Bourbon
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Jimmy C. Bourbon, 89 of Santa Maria California. Passed away on September 30th 2017. Jimmy was born in Santa Maria California on February 3, 1928. He attended grammar school at Fairlawn Elementary, El Camino Junior High, and Santa Maria High School up to 10th grade. After the 10th grade Jimmy started working for LA Brea Securities for 43 years as a personal Gardener for Mrs Marian Hancock. Jimmy retired in 1991.
Jimmy loved God, family, gardening, fishing, people, baking ( Peach, apple and pumpkin pies), he loved work and his pets. He loved to be outside and in the kitchen especially having visitors over at the home. He used to say quote “ never die” and always give a smile, thumbs up or two when you would ask how are you doing Jimmy.
Jimmy is survived by his wife of 61 years, Cruz Oliva Bourbon. He is also survived by his daughter Andrea Bourbon Sebreros, son-in-law John Sebreros, son Johnny Bourbon, daughter-in-law Denise Bourbon, granddaughter Christina Bourbon, grandson John Sebreros III, three great-grandchildren John Sebreros 4th, Isaiah, and Dominick, Also survived by brother Angel Bourbon and Marcella Ontiveros.
Jimmy was preceded in death by his parents John and Marguerite Bourbon, Brothers Joe Bourbon, Paul Bourbon, Clement Bourbon, Charlie Bourbon, David Bourbon, Raymond Bourbon, Robert Bourbon, and sisters Arelia Christensen & Jennie Rojas.
Celebration of Life -viewing and visitation will be held Monday October 9th 2017 at 10 a.m. Service at 11 a.m. at Pacific Christian Center

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