Jimmy  Roller
Jimmy "Jim" Joe Roller, 85 of Chickasha left this earth on Saturday, September 21st, 2019 to be with the Lord. Jim was born in 1933 in Harrah, OK.
Jim graduated from Harrah High School in 1951. He married Mary A. Klimkowski in February 1959, recently celebrating 60 years of marriage.
Preceded in death by his father, Joe Roller, Jr. and mother Veronica Dzidziuk Roller-Seck. Survivors include wife, Mary A. Klimkowski Roller of the home, three sons and their wives James and Pam Roller of Cherry Valley, CA, Steven and Maria Roller of Flatonia, TX and Lewis and wife Leslie Roller of Ninnekah, sister and brother-in-law Robert and Kathy Seck-Lehman of Harrah. Four grandchildren Chris Roller of Cherry Hill, CA, Tyler and wife Ashley Roller of Chickasha, Shelby and husband Ryan Hightower of Moore and Alex Roller of Deer Park, TX, three great grandchildren Kaiden, Blayne and Ashtyn Roller of Chickasha and three brother-in-laws John, Leonard and Daniel Klimkowski and families.
After ten years with Robertson Steel, he found his true calling as an Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper for thirty-one years before retiring from the force in 1993. Jim lived and breathed serving as an OHP Trooper and those who know him also knew this through his endless stories. He also had a passion for drawing, particularly self-portrait cartoonist. Enjoyed frequent visits to the mountains, but this true commitment was his wife, three sons, grandchildren, great grandchildren as well as his dogs, Penny and Annie. He will be missed by all.
Services are at Holy Name Catholic Church in Chickasha on Friday, September 27th, 2019 at 11:00am.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Animal Shelter or Friends Fur Change both in Chickasha, Oklahoma.
Published on September 23, 2019

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6 posts

Pam Roller
Sep 24, 2019
In 1986, I ask James how his dad treated his mom. Among other things, he told me he still put gas in her car. That pretty much summed it up for me. I married his son and got the most awesome Mom I could have ever asked for and a rock pop who was the most devoted man, other than his son, I’ve ever meet and I am sooooo sad for Mom and the whole family’s loss.
Susan Turner
Sep 24, 2019
Lewis, so sorry to hear about your dad. Praying and thinking about you and your family at this difficult time.
Montez Wilkerson
Sep 24, 2019
Mary, I am so very sorry to learn of Jim’s passing. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Becky Burns
Sep 23, 2019
Lewis, I am sorry for your loss. My prayers and thoughts for you and your family.
Doug Paddack
Sep 23, 2019
My Condolences Trooper Roller a fun caring professional State Trooper. He was so easy to play tricks on but he would get even. Prayers for comfort and peace love.
Tammy Huber
Sep 23, 2019
I had the great opportunity to meet Roller is what we called him at Best Western! He was an awesome man! So very sorry for the families loss! RIP Dear Friend!!