Jimmie Dale Wilcoxson, 79 of Salem, IN passed away on Sunday, November 15, 2020 at his home.

Jimmie was born on May 16, 1941 in New Albany, IN the son of Frank Kincaid and Geneva Maude Hunter Wilcoxson. He was a Musician, Printer, music teacher and owner of Saber Label Recording Company. Jimmie could play several instruments including the Guitar, Bass Guitar, Drums, Piano, Harmonica, and was known as a gifted singer song writer. He was well known in Europe and Australia as a Rockabilly Legend and the Queen of England was a fan. Jimmie had a worldwide fan base as well. He was also a father figure to many of his musician friends and students.

Jimmie is survived by his wife Kimberly Phillips Wilcoxson whom he married on February 4, 1984 in Goodlettsville, TN; he is also survived by daughters, Mercedes Valentina of Salem, IN, Cobie Karsner and her husband Darryl of Sellersburg, IN; son, David Wilcoxson and his wife Patti of Salem, IN; sons by heart, Matthew Roll of Salem, IN, Geoffrey Harrison of Salem, IN and Jeffrey Dean Lamb of Gallatin, TN;  a sister, Jerry Lou Hall of New Albany, IN; grandchildren, Darrin Karsner(Mandy) Amanda Windell(Bobby), Jesse Karsner(Stephanie), Melissa Karsner Russell Wilcoxson, Bre Wilcoxson, Ezra Harrison, Gracynn Harrison, Matalei Roll; great-grandchildren, Michelle Karsner, Elizabeth Karsner, Jacob Karsner, Caleb Karsner, Ryleigh Windell, Hudson Windell, Noa Karsner, Damien Karsner, Memphis Wilcoxson, Halen Wilcoxson; great-great-grandchild, Isabella Sprinkle; and several nieces and nephews, sister and brother-in-laws, other family members friends, students and fans.

Private family Life Celebration Services will be held on Tuesday, November 17, 2020 at Grayson Funeral Home in Charlestown, IN. Public visitation will begin at 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM on Tuesday at the funeral home with a limit of 50 persons in the funeral home at one time with masks and social distancing. Expressions of sympathy in memory of Jimmie may take the form of donations to The General Fund at Sweet Relief @ Sweet Relief Musicians Fund 2601 East Chapman Avenue Suite 204 Fullerton, CA 92831.