I AM SO SORRY ABOUT MR.HUMPHREY.I USE TO WORK WITH HIM AT LIVE OAK AS A SECURITY GUARD.HE WAS A NICE GENTLEMAN.THEN LATER ON I USE TO SEE HIM ALL THE TIME GOING TO SEE SOMEONE AT TWIN FOUNTAINS NURSING HOME WHEN I WOULD GO AND SEE MY PARENTS.I AM SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS.THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS TO ALL.
Jim was a very good man,he worked for me at Dixie Mill.May God Bless his family.
Marie and I (Martha Anne Wright) got to visit with your Dad about 3 yrs ago and got a cutting of the fig tree beside the house(where I grew up)and Owen planted it here in Dalton and it is thriving.My Dad planted it when I was a small child.Marie has since died and I am so glad we got to visit with your precious Dad..He was a kind and gentle man.You and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers. Much love, Martha Anne and Owen
Barbara & Jimmy,So sorry to hear of Jim's homegoing. He was a very kind person. I loved talking with him about my ancestors, he was so helpful. He must be rejoicing today with Elnora, Mary Ellen & all his loved ones.
This message is to you, Jimmy. I have known you and your father many years, going back to the days I worked at the old C&S Bank. Your father was a very friendly man always greeting me with a smile. You are the same way. My prayers are with you and your family.