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Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming:
"WOW, what a ride !!!"
Jimmy's Headstone
AHRMA race at Diamond Don's Jefferson, Texas - 2002
Brad Lackey, Ron Pomeroy, Dale Hyatt, Debbie (Pomeroy) Hyatt and Jimmy

To the McCookRacing Family:

The Pomeroy Family extends a deeply sincere "Thank You" to the wonderful people of motocross both near and abroad.

The global outpouring of kindness, prayers and support has filled our hearts with gratitude and chests with immeasurable pride. Your collective kindness has helped our family hold our heads high with pride as we try to come to terms with the tragic loss of Jimmy.

We are confident in our hearts that Jimmy would have wanted it no other way. Your kindness proves that Jimmy's loving personality, his generous heart and unforgettable laughter not only touched the lives throughout the MX world, but reached well beyond the fans, sponsors, riders and mechanics. He made friends throughout his life and travels. Young, old, rich or poor, you remind us of the lives Jimmy touched. He never forgot where he came from and we are immensely proud that the World will not forget him.

Many things may trigger the grief we feel when we are reminded of our loss.(Yours & ours) We are able to embrace it with such pride because of all of you throughout the World.

Forever he lives through all of us.


The Pomeroy Family,
Lorene (Mom), Debbie (Sis), Ron (Bro)

In closing: If you have a "Jimmy" memory or a photo you would like to share, please do so. Some folks have already shared their story personally or through letters and email. We know there are many more out there that the family has never heard. We would love to hear from you.

Letters to:
Debbie (Pomeroy) Hyatt
P.O. Box 127
Wellborn, Texas 77881

Emails to:

(979) 219-2055


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