James Arnold Huddleston Sr.
Dear Carol and Family,
My deepest sympathy to all of you during this sad time. I enjoyed working with Jimmy during the Nicholas and Alexandra exhibit and considered it an honor and priviledge to have known him. I am so sorry for your loss and you will be in my prayers.
Jimmy was like a brother to me. We have known each other for 65 years at least. We were in the scouts together, went to school together and on August 25, 1952 we both accepted Christ as our Lord and Savior. More people should be like Jimmy. He had a good nature and friendly attitude toward everyone. He was a successful Marine Corps Drill Instructor at Parris Island, SC. This is surprising because DI's are not usually thought of as gentle people, but he was. I will miss him. Goodbye my friend you will always be in my thoughts.
sorry for our loss, you all we be in my prayers.
Carol, Jimbo, Mark and Family: Jimmy was a great man. You are in our thoughts and prayers. I know my mom will great Jimmy in the special place.
Dear Carol and Family, We are all so sad and will miss Jim so much. It is an honor to have known him. What a wonderful husband, father, friend, and a Marine hero.We Love all the Huddleston family and relatives. May God comfort you all.From Becky, Albert,Lisa,& Andy,Van Hoogmoed