James Bernard Mallewick
(1957 - 2009)

James Bernard Mallewick
Nickname: Jim

July 16, 1957

May 6, 2009

Cycling, Motorcycle racing, Fishing, all competitive sports, building anything
Guest Book
Happy Birthday Jim. I miss you every day!
Glen Pinion (Brother)
July 16th, 2018
Miss you my brother. Your energy is still alive in us!
Glen Pinion (Brother)
December 29th, 2015
Just thinking about you brother. Sure do miss you. I know your still crazy up there.
Donny Lambrecht (Friend)
August 27th, 2014
Thinking of you today on your bday!!
You are missed.
Anne Wood (Friend)
July 16th, 2014
Happy birthday Jim
Love ,
Bob, Anne , and Justice
Anne Wood
July 16th, 2011
Just found out Jimmy is gone. I will miss him forever!
Tim Coffee
June 28th, 2010
Missing you - 1 year has passed and we still feel like it was just today we learned you were gone.
Anne, & Bob
May 6th, 2010
Hey Jim Susie and I are in Port Aransas and its Saint Pattys day, I mess you dude, I miss your crazyness . Caught 9 Black Drum this week, Damn I wish you were here. ..... Dave
David Stevens (Best Friend maybe)
March 14th, 2010
I just found out from an old friend that Jim had passed. It's been 30 some odd years since I last saw "Jimmy" We both lived in Western Park Apartments in Oak Cliff. I remember hanging out at his house rocking out on Robin Trower. Or going for a "WILD" ride to the convenience store down the road. He drove 90 mph everywhere. And we were just kids. Scared the crap out of me!That was an awesome car though. I think it was a 1974 Monte Carlo. Yes, even back then Jimmy was very outgoing, and always laughing. I've thought of Jimmy alot over the years. Wondering whatever happened to him. And I'll never forget that LAUGH. Rest in peace friend!
Les Moore (Friend)
December 14th, 2009
I had a dream of Jim and it was really wondeful. He was exactly as he was in life. Big smile , beautiful laugh >
It felt so good to see him, miss him dearly.
October 24th, 2009
Stacy Susie and I are returning from 2 months in Montana and we read your message about Stack, loved it and cried, We could not help but remember Radi-Kyle, the ex scrap bastard who is now a pres. of Western Security Surplus Ins. Thanks For The Great Times Jim
Dave Stevens (We had a good one)
August 17th, 2009
Wow.. I can't say enough wonderful and great things about Jim. He was always so funny!! Mac had so many fun times with Jim and never knew what to expect next from Jim. Especially at Marti Gras throwing beads at people from our hotel balcony(keep in mind, if we got kicked out there was no place else to stay) but Mac still had so much fun.. Our daughter Macey loved him, he was such a fun God Dad especially when we would go to California and Macey got to sit up front and ride with the top down in Jim's "sweet car".. exact words from Macey. My son got his nickname "Stack" from Jim when he told Mac and I to name our son by putting Stacey and Mac together and call him "Stack". And I myself will never forget all the fun times we had, from vacations to motorcycle riding!!!He was truly one of my favorite people to be around. My family will always love him and we will always remember that crazy, cigar smokin, Corona Drinkin, California guy!!!! We love you and will truly miss you Jim.

Love always,
Mac,Stacey,Macey and Stack
Stacey and Mac Bennett (Friend)
August 12th, 2009
I am thinking about Jim so much. He is always on my mind.
His smile and love will remain alive in me and to all who were lucky enough to have been a part of his life.
I wish I could have told him how much he truly meant to me.
I am sitting here and my golden retriever "Justice" is curled up next to me. I have had her for 10 1/2 years and she was given to me by Jim amd Johnette when I was at a really low place. He knew I always wanted a dog and when I really was struggling , Jim remebered that I talked about always wanting a Golden Retriever and he and Johnette were sitting on my porch with my new dog.Jim was that kind of person, he really listened, loved , and gave with all his heart. (He also bought me my first tattoo - both dog and tattoo my husband had to learn to love). I can never express how much I love Jim and all the special things about him. When Jim died I made a promise to live my life in a different way. Too love, and to be a better person. He will be missed forever.
Anne Wood
August 1st, 2009
Jim was such a delightful person! Always a smile and a kind word. I met Jim through my sister Judi, he was responsible for putting a smile back on her face that had been missing for a long time and getting her out of the house and doing always "something fun" he even made a trip to Home Depot an experience! I wish we all would have known that he was so troubled, perhaps we could have helped, but you never saw anything but that smile when you saw him. We will miss you Jim and keep you in our hearts and prayers.
Geri Delia (friend)
July 20th, 2009
Jim came into my life like a whirling dervish! We quickly went from friends to more. He went into business with my brother, gave my son a job and was adopted by my entire family. The "more" didn't last, neither did the business or the job. The love, affection and respect remained.
He certainly was not perfect, stubborn and mule-headed come to mind. But, he was the most generous, most loyal man I've ever known.
And man, could he make me laugh!
Jim didn't know a stranger, he always spoke his mind and he "LIVED" every day!
Jim could light up a room with his smile, a piece of my heart will always belong to him.
My heart and prayers go out to those that knew and loved him. As for me, I will try to have a little fun everyday, and smile a bit brighter and more often for him.
Love you Baby.....see you next time around.
Judi Martin (friend)
July 18th, 2009
Jim just turned 11 when I was born. A little young to be responsible for raising me with my mother, but I couldnt have asked for a better friend, father figure, or brother. Always inspired me to be better as a person, faster on a motorcycle, more patient as a fisherman, and taught me how to work hard, play hard, and love life. Miss ya Bro.
Glen Pinion (Brother)
July 17th, 2009
To try to describe the impact Jim had on my life would be futile. He always loved, gave, protected, and entertained without a request for return. What a kind, generous and talented soul he had, I hope I told him enough. When I pass on, I know I will find him on our beach in Isla Mujeres under a palapa at NaBalam with a beer in one hand and a fishing rod in the other saying, "Damn Bubba, what took ya so long". We visited there so many times with our friends and loved ones. Riding wheelies in the golf cart was one of his special tricks, always making sure to catch our friends off guard. The unmentionable fun we had in the Love-Shack and Bubba-Bago going motorcycle racing despite being covered in red dirt after 3 days.....Jim had the gift of dab..(to say the least)...I never knew what kind of crazy thing was gonna come out next... "Get the hole shot for Jesus", "That's so far it is where Jesus lost his sandals", were just a couple of his wacky ones... He could always make me laugh and smile. There really was not a thing that he couldn't do. I called him my Midas Man, he was truly golden.

Jim, I love you and will miss you always. Happy Birthday Bubba, forever in my heart, Johnette
Johnette Green (Ex-Ball & Chain)
July 16th, 2009
Jim always had a way of making you laugh. He was easy to talk to. He could relate to anything. Always took care of his friends. Miss you bro
July 16th, 2009
Our family met Jim when I was about 5 years old. He became a part of our family and had a big impact on my life. One of my first jobs in high school was working for Jim as a "scrap bastard", as he put it. There are far too many stories to tell but they all still bring a laugh. My thoughts go out to Jim's family. I will miss you Jim.
Kyle Stevens (Friend)
July 16th, 2009

"Jim was such a wonderful part of our lives. From motorcycle racing, trips to the lake and vacations he was always the entertainer and a built in babysitter. If it was broke he wanted to fix it and if you wanted something he would get it for you. ( We had to be careful what we asked for) We will always remain in our hearts. Miss ya Jim."

Susie Stevens (Friend)
July 16th, 2009
Susie and I just got home from Ouray Colorado, it was had because the last time we were there Jim and Johnette were with us. Like always we laughed for the whole week, this time his sprit was everywhere, I miss Jim, I dodnt think we will ever go back to Ouray, its too full of tears and questions
David Stevens (Best Friend)
July 16th, 2009
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"Well Jim Suzie and I are gonna try and do a Marti Gras thing at our place in Port Arnsas, maybe if I drink enough I can talk with my friend again...love you dude....dave"
David Stevens
January 22nd, 2010
"Jim was such a big part of my childhood growing up. I will always remember the races and "Christy", the many trips to the lake and our trip to Colorado. I will truely miss jim."
Joanna Gafford
July 16th, 2009
"Jim was such a wonderful part of our lives. From motorcycle racing, trips to the lake and vacations he was always the entertainer and a built in babysitter. We miss ya Jim."
Susie Stevens
July 16th, 2009


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