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Services for Jimmy "T99" Nelson

Dr Roger Wood has passed along the following info regarding farewell events for Jimmy “T-99” Nelson:

To the many friends of T99,

We invite those of you who can to gather in memory of the great Jimmy Nelson.

Wake: Wednesday, August 8th, 7 – 9 PM Musicians welcome to jam (Bring instruments--upright piano available in the room. For more info, please contact Ed Berry: 713-733-6147.)

Funeral service: Thursday, August 9th, 11 AM

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The venue for both events:

Eternal Rest Funeral Home 4610 Wayside (South Wayside @ 610 Loop) Houston, Texas 713-644-1166

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