Dear Marie and Family,
Jim was a good man; honest, straight-forward, and dependable. He served his country and the Bay City Lions Club well. I will never forget the fun we had at meetings and his story of the nighttime jump into Normandy the night before D-Day. My deepest sympathy to the entire family.
Dear Pat, Morgan, Bailey and Jase: So sorry to hear of your loss. Love and prayers to you all.
Dear Marie & Family,
My condolences regarding the passing of your dear Jim.
In knowing Jim over 30+ years, there was a sign in his business that said a lot about Jim, it read "In God we trust, everyone else pays cash". Jim was a good man, he did things right, he dearly loved his Family, he loved his Country, and he liked to share a beer with his friends. He will be sadly missed by many.
May God comfort and bless you.
Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.
Our deepest condolences to the Schaefer family.
Back in the days of North Central Airlines at MBS Airport I met this wonderful/caring person who was with AVIS at the time. Joni and I are saddened with the news and we send our sympathy to Marie and family.
May God Bless
Our Love Bruce-Joni Koski