of Yellville, AR
December 22, 1935 - July 18, 2021
James Broadwell Worster, better known as "Jim", passed away on Sunday, July 18 in Mountain Home, Arkansas at the age of 85. Jim was born on December 22, 1935 in Des Moines, Iowa to the late Clifford and Genevieve (Hilliard) Worster. Jim, commonly referred to as "Geezer," was known at times to be cantankerous; A jack of all trades, Jim worked many jobs during his life, a police officer, mechanic, bus driver and served in the US National Guard. Jim loved food, any kind it didn't matter, he loved to eat and partake in the occasional free beer or Brandy. He enjoyed 50's music, watching old westerns and reading western novels, playing cards during family gatherings, spending time with his kids and grand kids and taking yearly trips to Branson and Silver Dollar City. Jim was loved by his family and will be greatly missed.Jim is survived by his children, Jimmy (Anni) Worster of Yellville, Arkansas; Marty (Connie) of Colorado; Ginny (David) Capps of Yellville, Arkansas and Debbie (Phil) Brown of Conway, Arkansas; Grandchildren, Scott (Shanna) Zielstra of Conway, Arkansas; JR (Kasey) Worster of Yellville, Arkansas; Courtney (Will) Topf of Lonsdale, Arkansas; Rebecca (Blaine) Hulsey of Centerton, Arkansas; Brittany (Cameron) Jones of Conway, Arkansas; MC Worster of Colorado; CJ Capps of Yellville, Arkansas; Victoria (Darren) Pallett of Colorado; Cody (Tezzera) Capps of Yellville, Arkansas; Quinton (Sophia) Worster of Colorado; Kent (mackie) Phillips of Mountain Home, Arkansas; Shane (Jennifer) Phillips of Garfiled, Arkansas and Meggan Worster of Yellville, Arkansas; great grand kids: Shelby Worster, Kayla Husley, Nathan Topf, Asher Capps, Natalie Topf, Kaitlynn Zielstra, Lillian Topf, Tristan Jones, Matilynn Zielstra, Arius Capps, Kinley Worster, Lauren Worster, Lacey Still, Payton Zielstra, Kailee (jesse) Breneckes, Kieren Richtert, Christopher Richter and Zealand Phillips.He is preceded in death by his parents; Beloved wife Mildred Worster; grandson Matt ZielstraVisitation will be held on Sunday, July 25, 2021 at Roller-Burns Funeral Home from 5:00-7:00 pm. Funeral Service will be 10:00 am Monday, July 26, 2021 at the Roller-Burns Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Pete Beevers officiating. Interment will follow at Pleasant Ridge Cemetery near Yellville, Arkansas.Serving as pallbearers will be CJ Capps, Quinton Worster, MC Worster, Rob Heftin, JR Worster and Scottie Zielstra.Honorary Pallbearers are Cody Capps, Jimmy Worster and David Capps.Services are in the care of Roller-Burns Funeral Home in Yellville, Arkansas. Share a memory with the family or sign the online guestbook at www.rollerfuneralhomes.com/yellville
so sorry for the Worster family loss. Prayers for the Lord's peace and comfort for you all.
Hugs and prayers to the Worster Family, Many good times with Jim and Millie.
Condolences on the passing of your Dad, grandfather and great-grandfather, the patriarch of the Worster clan. Grieving with you all, especially my daughter-in-law, Brittany, my son, Cameron, and my grandson, Tristan. But we are joyous in knowing that to be 'absent from the body is to be present with the LORD.' Praying for the spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of our Heavenly Father. May the Holy Spirit, the Comforter, come to you all and give you PEACE. May that light of the LOVE of the Heavenly Father shine through those that are in our LORD Christ Jesus...of whom the whole family, in Heaven and earth are named. (Eph. 3:15). May you once again smile, laugh and reminisce and remember your joyous times together and envision Millie and James dancing together again. Love, Blessings and Peace to you all.
Sure will miss your laugh and our morning conversations
Grandpa Worster was a great family man, so full of life and love for everyone. I am so glad I had the chance to get to know him. He forever will have a piece of my heart ❣️-Monika- (MC Worsters future wife)
So sorry to hear this news and that I can’t travel to be with you at this time. You are in our prayers and thoughts. Our sincere sympathy and love, Dona and Harold JumperBooneville, MS
Jim would come to my deer camp and coerce us into coming to his camp to play cards and we always did! We'd eat, play cards and talk about everything under the sun until late night! Jim was a pleasure to be around and will be dearly missed. My sincere condolences to his family.
I was fortunate enough to have known Jim, and to know the Worster family. Many years ago, as a teenager I had the privilege of working with Jim in his auto shop. He taught me a lot about the mechanics trade, and more importantly welcomed me into the Worster circle.Over the years I have not been able to make it to Arkansas as often as I would have liked, but I am thankful I was through there a couple months ago, and got to see Jim one last time!Rest easy my friend, you will always live on in the hearts you touched.
My sincere condolences. Jim remains a definite childhood memory.
Will miss you a lot
Always enjoyed Jim’s company n help. He was so good to us, fixing our vehicles n often coming to where ever We were stranded! Truly a man of many talents n interests Sending My sympathy n prayers to all the family. He will be missed n remembered.
I am so sorry for your loss. God be with all of you during this difficult time.
Sending hugs and prayers. So sorry for your loss.