Timothy John Jamieson

timothy jamieson

September 21, 1958 ~ April 2, 2022

Born in: Longview, TX
Resided in: Arlington, TX

Timothy “Tim” John Jamieson, 63, passed away on April 2, 2022, in Arlington, Texas.

Tim Jamieson was born on September 21, 1958 in Longview, Texas, to Jack Jamieson and Eva Newberry Jamieson.
Tim graduated from Longview High School in 1977. Tim met the love of his life and best friend, Lisa Holmes, on the tennis courts at Longview High School. Tim and Lisa went to Texas A&M University where Tim earned his Bachelor of Business Administration and Masters of Business Administration. Tim had a long career in banking before retiring. After retiring, Tim stayed busy spending time with and spoiling his daughters and granddaughter, caring for his mom, entertaining friends and doing volunteer work.

Tim and Lisa were married on August 15, 1981 in Longview, Texas. They had three daughters which Tim turned into competitive athletes since he did not have that boy! Tim loved watching his girls play sports, especially soccer. He cherished the lasting friends he made during those soccer days.

Tim was best known for his outgoing personality and the way he cared about so many. To Lisa’s annoyance at times, Tim never met a stranger and made friends wherever they were. Tim enjoyed golfing and family vacations at their condo in Hilton Head. However, Tim’s love was watching Aggie athletics, especially football. Tim also loved the Cowboys. In fact, Tim liked watching sports of any kind.

Tim is survived by Lisa Jamieson, his wife of 40 years; mother, Eva Mock; daughters, Lauren Jamieson, Alicia Vogel, Samantha Read (Andrew); granddaughter, Savannah Vogel; sister Jacque Doss; in laws, Jerry and Susie Holmes, Melinda Law (John), Jerry Holmes, Jr. (Kimberly) and James Holmes (Teronya); many nieces and nephews which he dearly loved. Tim is preceded in death by his father, Jack Jamieson; and brother-in-law, Ronald E. Doss.

The service for Timothy Jamieson will be held on April 23rd, at 11:00 a.m. at Trinity United Methodist Church, Green Oaks Blvd., Arlington, Texas.

In lieu of flowers, donation can be made to Advocates for Special People in Arlington advocatesforspecialpeople.org ; Alzheimer’s Association of North Central Texas and Trinity United Methodist Church.


Memorial Service: April 23, 2022 11:00 am

Trinity United Methodist Church
1200 West Green Oaks Boulevard
Arlington, TX 76013

(817) 274-1345

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The family greatly appreciates donations made to these charities in Timothy John Jamieson 's name.

Alzheimer's Association

North Central Texas - 2630 West Freeway, Suite 100, Fort Worth, TX 76102 Phone 817.336.4949
Fort Worth, TX

Memories Timeline


  1. Lisa, Lauren, Alicia, Samantha, and Savannah- I am so sorry for your loss. Tim had a fun, contagious and outgoing personality, but what was most noticeable was how much he adored all of you. I know he is watching down on all of you with love from Heaven, at least when the Aggies aren’t playing! Love y’all and keeping you continually in my thoughts and prayers.

  2. CandleImagePrayers for the Jamieson family. We will all miss that big smile. He was lucky to have had such a loving family.

  3. So sorry to hear about Timmy. I lived right next door to him from 1st grade until he went to college. We are the same age and played football in the neighborhood regularly. He was very athletic. He was the fastest kid around and nobody could catch him. I have great memories of Timmy growing up. I sure he will be dearly missed.

  4. CandleImageWords cannot express the loss we feel for you Lisa, Lauren, Alicia,Samantha,Andrew and Savannah. Tim was my brother from another mother. He guided us through life in Aggieland. You and Tim took me for my first Schlotzsky’s sandwich. He was the epitome of Aggie sports and others as well. He taught us so much about What is that tune for any song on the radio! He buried my guinea pig Tasha when she died and I cried like a baby. She was your grand guinea pig since you had her mama! When you stayed with us in summer of your internship, he would come visit and talk sports trash with my dad❤️ He was a large part of our family as well. My mom, brother and sisters are also 💔. We were a part of each others wedding and Lauren even has my name💖. We were the best of roommates and those days were precious. I know what a strong loving soul he was and know he left us doing what he loved- watching his Aggies play! We loved him so very much. He was a jokester and loved teasing us. I will never forget him and although we haven’t seen him recently we have our memories and those we will cherish! He is watch sports in the big screen beyond those pearly gates and watching over all of you. Love to you all and see you in Arlington after Easter! ❤️❤️Denise and Ramage Milby

  5. Dear Lisa, Lauren, Alicia, Samantha and Savannag. We are so heartbroken over losing our friend! It is hard to believe that he is gone. Our most heartfelt sympathies to you all. We love you. Pete and Hilda

  6. My sincerest condolences to Lisa and the family. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers.

  7. So sorry for your loss, I remember Tim as always being so friendly and supporting of his daughters friends. He will be missed.

  8. Hi there! This post could not be written much better! Looking through this post reminds me of my previous roommate! He continually kept talking about this. I most certainly will send this information to him. Pretty sure he’s going to have a good read. I appreciate you for sharing!

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