Such a gracious man. I know he left a tremendous void in your lives. Remember that God sent the Holy Spirit to be our comforter. I will continue to pray for you folks.
First, let me say how very sorry I am for your loss. Jim was a good friend and wonderful boss. More importantly, Jim was a lucky man the day you (Bev) walked into his life...he was certainly blessed. Suzi and John, I didn't get the opportunity to know you, but your dad adored you to the moon and back. Deepest condolence. Love and prayers for strength and healing.
Dear Bev and John: We share the feelings of deepest loss and I pray that the healing power of God and time will lessen the pain. Love, Ron
Bev and John,,
I am sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers and will always remember the good times we had together.
Sharon Tihen Speak, St Peters Missouri
Dear Bev and Family,
Was so sorry to read about Jim's home going. Hope that the Lord has given you strength in these days. As He is the God of all Comfort. ICor. 1:3-4. Remembering you in our prayers. Love, Delores and Nelson St. Charles, Mo.
Dear Bev and John,
I was saddened to read your email that your dear husband and father had passed away. My prayers and deepest sympathy are with you.
Dear Bev , John and family
The light will prevail, through the endless time, un abrazo Sina
Dear Bev and John and Family,
Our hearts and prayers go out to you in the loss of your dear
husband and father, Jim. I just looked at my emails tonight and
Was shocked to read of John's passing.I am at a loss for words to tell you how sorry I am for you. You took such good care of him,even fulfilling his wish to recuperate in Florida. How wonderful that he got to see your beautiful home and then he went to be with Jesus in his eternal more beautiful home. Jim
celebrated this Christmas in heaven!!
We will continue to pray for you..that the Lordwould bless and keep you in His precious care and give you strength.....thatHe would continue to comfort you through His Word and give you His
Peace. When you come back to MO please let's try to get together. With love and hugs, Ken and Joan
Beverly and John,
It's Christmas morning and I just read your email about Jim. Please know that I am praying for you and your family and feel great sadness with you. Jim meant a lot to our family - one of the longest friendships our family had. He and Dad were such dear friends from the Army days. Mom said he was the only man who would dance with her when she was 9 months pregnant - such a gentleman. I just found a picture of them together in Branson (2001). It was so cute!
I trust that he is now at peace and seeing his old Army buddy Ron! May God's love bring you the peace and comfort that only He can bring. Love, Pam Bishop Roof and family
I met Jim when I first started working for Eastern Airlines in 1970 in St. Louis. Through fate, I was to run into him again when he married my dear friend Beverly and we have kept in touch over the years. Jim is one of the most capable people I have ever met and his repeated successes both in the military and with Eastern Airlines proved without a doubt what a competent professional he is. I will always remember the great times we shared together during his tenure in the Atlanta area during the 70's and I know everyone who knows him will sorely miss him.
He will always be remembered in my prayers.
Our deepest sympathies for your loss. May God's peace which surpasses all understanding, attend you in this difficult time.
Laura & Harris
Jim Boggs was a very kind, thoughtful and generous person. Friendship came easily to us. He was more than a friend. He was someone I admired for his good spirit throughout a challenging illness. He never once complained about anything or criticized anyone. More impressively he never lost hope. Though he never said it in words he fought to the end to assure that he, Beverly and John would fulfill their shared dream of making it back to Goodland, Florida.
Jim was blessed with a most wonderful and loving partner in Beverly, his son, John, daughter, Suzi and son in law, Don and brother, Robert. His family became our family. Love endures.
Jim was always so uplifting to be around - an inspiration! He was always such a gentleman in very sense of the word. I will miss him and his charming personality. The 5 of us (Jim, Beverly, John, Lee and myself) had some fun times and some hearty laughs. My life is richer for having known Jim whom I felt was a true friend. The Boggs will always be in my thoughts and heart.