Jimmy M. Mireles, 62, of Odessa, TX, passed away on Friday, July 7, 2023, in Odessa, Texas.
A visitation will be held on Wednesday, July 12, 2023, at 12:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. Recitation of the Rosary will be from 6:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. at Sunset Memorial Funeral Home. A graveside service is on Thursday, July 13, 2023, at 10:00 A.M. at Sunset Memorial Gardens.
Jimmy M. Mireles was born in Andrews, Texas, to Francisco Mireles and Margarita Martinez Mireles on November 18, 1960. He attended Andrews High School in Andrews, Texas. He married the love of his life, Ruth G. Mireles, on August 4, 1984, in Andrews, Texas. He worked as a Control room operator for Plains All American, LLP, from July 19, 1993, to December 4, 2017. Jimmy was involved in the Andrews Boys Little League for three years.
Jimmy was a loving husband, uncle, and brother. He was a hard worker with a gentle soul and would do anything for anyone. He was a massive Dallas Cowboys fan and played at the Casino at Ruidoso. He mostly enjoyed road trips and visiting stopping sites with his wife. He enjoyed taking his little nephews and nieces on vacation.
Jimmy M. Mireles is preceded in death by his father, Francisco Mireles; and his mother, Margarita Martinez Mireles; his father-in-law, Cirilo M Garcia; his nephews, Dustin Junior Garcia, Rodney Cobb, and Michael C. Garcia; and cousin, Carlos Trevino Jr.
Jimmy M. Mireles is survived by his loving wife, Ruth G. Mireles; his brothers, Frank Mireles Jr. and wife Pauline of Arizona, and Thomas Mireles of Midland; half- sister, Ana Para; mother-in-law, Mary Garcia; brothers-in-law, Manuel Lopez, Mike Garcia, Joe Garcia, and Cecil Garcia Jr.; sisters-in-law, Gloria Lopez, Celia Garcia, Adri Rico Garcia, Mona Jensen, Ann York; nephews, Cecil Garcia III, Izaiah Mata, Baby Ivan Mata, Frank Lee Mireles, Cody and Christopher Lopez, Brandon and Scott York, Andy and Reno Cobb, Gordie Stork, Joshua Mireles, Kaleb Mireles, Elijah Mireles, Joshua Thomas Mireles, Xyler Murry, Mateo Mireles, Ayden Mireles, Jackie and Ruben Staley; nieces, Lorissa Mata, Annaleigh, Jerelie and Jadalynn Garcia, Itzabella Mata, Iliana Mata, Courtney Garcia, April Mireles, Natalie Mireles, Mia Staley, Jacqui Mireles and Haylee Mireles, as well as numereous extended family members.
The pallbearers will be Joe Garcia, Cecil Garcia Jr., Cecil Garcia III, Thomas Mireles, Frank Mireles, Jr., Joshua Mireles.
A special thank you to Dr. Madhu; you made it personable when caring for Jimmy. We felt like you were an angel sent to us to care for his needs and made us feel safe for Jimmy to be in your care. Also, our nurse, Oco Montoya FNP, a big thank you for going above and beyond, making us a priority as her patient and a dear friend. We could not have made this journey without both of you. Along with Liz from Accent Care for being wonderful and providing for his at-home medical needs.