James Arthur Warmker passed away peacefully on the morning of December 22, 2022. He was born on September 1, 1930 to Margaret and Arthur Warmker in San Benito, Texas, where he spent his childhood and high school years. Jim attended college at Texas A&M, and was a 4 year member of the Texas A&M Corp of Cadets. He graduated in the class of 1951, with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Jim served active duty in the artillery in the Korean Conflict. Throughout his life, he worked in many aspects of the electrical industry, ending his career as co-owner of Electrical Supply Inc. He and his wife Patricia lived their retirement years in Hideaway, Texas, enjoying travel, fishing, golf and a wonderful community of close friends. He was an enthusiastic Texas A & M alumnus and an avid Aggie sports fan.Jim was a kind, intelligent, hardworking man with a heart of gold and of sterling character. He was a generous man who shared his time and expertise with other people. He loved mentoring family and friends. He took great joy in the success of others. Jim was loved and respected by all who had the great fortune to know him. We are comforted to know he is now with Jesus and family and friends who have gone before. He was preceded in death by his parents, his sister Dorothy Warmker Marshall, his brother Richard Warmker, and first wife Irene Warmker. Jim is survived by his wife Patricia Warmker; daughter Susan Warmker Parker; son Bill (Yvette) Warmker; step-daughter Janna Hart; step-son John M (Deborah) Hart; and 9 grandchildren.