Terry Granger posted a condolence
Thursday, November 26, 2020
I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Jim. We became very good friends in grade school and that friendship has remained for over 60 years. There are so many wonderful memories. Milkshakes and pool with Pops Wormer at Bill's Restaurant. Playing cards at Donna and Harvey's house as well as at Louie Decker's house. Golfing in the alumni golf tournament. Fishing with our PB &J sandwiches and our Oreo cookies. Me falling in the water and Jim laughing hysterically. The many hours I spent at Jim's house with him, his mom Kay, and Forrest. So many wonderful memories. He will be missed.
Prentice and Annie Adler posted a condolence
Wednesday, November 25, 2020
Our hearts break for you and Jim. We are so happy to have had so many good times with you both. Hold on to all those wonderful memories. We will miss Jim's smiling face.
terrence matthews posted a condolence
Tuesday, November 24, 2020
Sorry to hear he passed away. We worked at tax and finance for many years together. He was a great guy
Jenny Stahl posted a condolence
Sunday, November 22, 2020
Our family loves your family, Lorri. We are sad for your loss. He fought a very strong fight. I didn’t know he served in Vietnam - a man of great substance. He loved you and will be watching over you. I like to imagine him golfing in the sky and your house as one of the best holes as he stops to check in. I also like to imagine him walking the dogs and bringing him to the house to mark the mailbox and such. The deer in the back will also be signs of Jim. He will always be with you because of the great love and the fierce courage you both shared.
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Saturday, November 21, 2020
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