Akkerman-Ingebrand • Mora, MN

Rock-Ingebrand • Braham, MN

Mora, MN • 320-679-1933

Braham, MN • 320-396-2121



Jimmie Palmer, of Cambridge, formerly of Braham, passed away on Thursday, January 24, 2019 at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis.  He was 37 years old.

MEMORIAL SERVICE will be held at 2:00 pm on Tuesday, January 29, 2019 at the Rock Ingebrand Funeral Home in Braham with Pastor Bruce Thompson officiating.

MEMORIAL VISITATION will be held one hour prior to the service at the funeral home.

James Einar Palmer, of Cambridge, passed away on Thursday, January 24, 2019 at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis. He was 37 years old.

James, lovingly known as Jimmie, was born on May 16, 1981 in Cambridge, Minnesota to parents James and Ardis (Johnson) Palmer. He grew up in Rush City before the family moved to a farm in Braham. After graduating from Braham High School in 2000, Jimmie worked at Industries Inc. for a number of years until his health declined. Jimmie moved to Aspen Adult Foster Care in Cambridge in December of 2017. He quickly became part of the family and fit in well.

Jimmie could brighten a room with his smile and was a friend to almost everyone that met him. He loved listening to country music, especially Alan Jackson (the louder the better). He enjoyed playing games on his PlayStation and doing word finds. His big personality and loving spirit touched the hearts of so many and he will be dearly missed.

Jimmie is survived by his father James (Kathy), uncle Steve, best friend Joe Sharbino, and many cousins and friends.

Jimmie is preceded in death by his mother Ardis, brother Robin, uncle Bob, paternal grandmother Violet, paternal grandfather Wilbur “Bud”, and maternal grandparents Margaret and Einar Johnson.

4 thoughts on “JAMES “JIMMIE” E. PALMER”

  1. Jimmie, Rick and I know you are everyones guardian angel now. You are loved by so many! Rick and I loved you very much. I remember when you, Laurie, and I would play that memory game you had, plus concetration with a deck of cards. You were so good at those games, it was great seeing you laugh and smile! Reading your Bible with Laurie and I mostly Laurie, you enjoyed that so much! You will dearly be missed, say hi to Laurie for me and one day we all will see you again. Until then God loves you and so do we!!

  2. Our sympathy to all of Jimmie’s loved ones.. We remember Jimmie well in elem and hs and since our daughter was in his class we have many pictures of him after the concerts.
    May he Rest In Peace 🙏🙏😇

  3. I grew up with Jimmy and he was one of my first friend. He used to come over to our farm for birthday parties, or my mom watched him for his folks. He had muscular dystrophy as we knew and that made it hard for him to keep up with everyone else! He always seemed happy to me but I am sure he had some lonely times too. We graduated from High school and I moved to South Dakota. We go off into the world and lose contact with each other . Since high school I seen him twice once when his mom’s funeral and visited him at there home place. I’m glad I knew him and I know he doesn’t have to suffer anymore on this earth! Bye Jimbo see ya later!

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