Jimmy Schexnayder Obituary, Death Cause – At the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Jimmy Schexnayder, a district chief with the Jefferson Parish Fire Department (33 years) and a part-time recruit instructor with FETA, took his final swing in a prolonged fight against cancer on Wednesday. Schexnayder passed away shortly after the event. Schexnayder has been dealing with his sickness for a significant amount of time.
To demonstrate their solidarity with the effort, volunteer fire departments and members of the general public are urged to stop at any point along the route at any of the overpasses. We would like to extend our thanks in advance for any assistance that you and your communities are able to offer in bringing our brother home with this prestigious award. Please know that we are grateful for anything you and your communities are able to do. Please be assured that we are appreciative of whatever that you and the communities in which you live are able to do. The next day, on Sunday, May 28, at 12:30 p.m., the convoy would set off from the Louisiana travel center in Vinton, which is located in the state of Louisiana.
At 12:30 p.m. on May 29, he will leave the Louisiana Travel Center in Vinton to begin the trek that will take him back to his hometown. The trip will take him back to his hometown in Louisiana, which is located in the state of Louisiana. Because this journey will take him through a number of the breathtaking places of our state, he will be able to experience all of them.
The following table provides an estimate of when the convoy will be traveling through each of the locations they will be traveling through before arriving at Jimmy’s station in Jefferson Parish in Louisiana. This station is located in the state of Louisiana.