I enjoyed most the group bike rides that Jim was also on. He was a gentleman as well as a gifted athlete. A good memory is riding up front with him ahead of the pack for half the longest day on our two-week ride across the state in 1977.
Jim was truly the most interesting person I've ever had the privilege to know. I met him when I was getting serious about cycling and he became my mentor and friend. I never saw Jim without a smile on his face regardless of the situation. I never knew of Jim's heroism in WW2 until today's obituary in the paper; that's just typical of Jim. It was a true honor to have been a friend of this remarkable man.
Blessings to all of your family during this time of great loss. Knowing your Dad is with your Mom again must surely bring you solace.
Jackie Harris Page
Prayers and love for all of you at this time. He is now at peace and joined once again with his bride. You are blessed to have another angel watching over you. Love, Larry & Row
after reading your Father's obituary, I now know where you get your drive and determination. what an inspiring man! I know,that he will be greatly missed,by you and your family. I am so sorry for your loss, and we will be there for you at the service.
we love you!