In memory of my beloved friend and 1st cousin. A marvelous man and long time friend. So generous to so many.
I never met him but heard good things about him. Mr. Cowart certainly left his prints and I am also certain that the children he raised and their families will continue to make him smile.
It can be so hard to face the first year without your loved one, but the love of family and friends can carry you through.
with deepest sympathy to the family, True worshiooers imitate Jesus by letting their "light shine" doing good to their neighbors. Sharing the good news of God"s Kingdom. Matthew24;14 sincerwly Betty
Our heartfelt to the family - we knew him
many years in the Dunwoody area. Have been in and out of Atl. for 35 yrs. He was very kind to all.
I am so sorry for your loss. Jim was always so kind to me when I called on him for mortgage business. He was a great gentleman.
Sally Washburn Hamby
He will live forever in your memories and in your hearts. I'm sure you were as proud of him as he was of you. Cherish your memories with him.
The Danny I remember from Warsaw will have the heart and strength to get through this.
We at Southwest Atlanta Christian Academy will be forever grateful for the quiet support given to us by Mr. Cowart. Thank you for allowing him to be the man God called him to be.
Dan, David, Ben and Cindy,
I am sorry for the loss of your father and would like for you to know that you are in the thoughts and prayers of the Tatum Family. Your father's legend will outlive us all and I am blessed that I knew him.
May you find comfort in the promises that God have in store for all of his creation. One day very soon God's tent will be with mankind and he will reside with his people forever, because he has promised that he will wipe away every tear from our eyes and death, and mourning will all pass away.
God heals the brokenhearted; He binds up their wounds (Psalm 147:3). With deepest sympathy.
I am so sorry for your loss. May God give you peace during this difficult time. (Ps1:1,2).
The God of all comfort will comfort you the family during your times of sorrow.
I was so sorry to hear of your loss. The thoughts of many are with you at this time of sorrow.
“It's nice to be important but more important to be nice”
That truly is a great motto to lie by, and from reading his obituary he did just that. May God comfort you at this time.
I have always admired Jim since we were in school together. My deepest condolences to his family.
Remember and reflect on the times you share with him - his smile, his laughter, his kindness. My condolences to the Cowart family.
My condolences to the Cowart family. Such a great man, he will be dearly missed. May the god of comfort strengthen the family at this time.
No one feels your loss more than our Heavenly Father. As the ups and downs of grief come over you all, may you find comfort in God's word the Bible. (Is. 41:10).
Subdividens, so many homes for family's in Atlanta he built. If it was built by Jim Cowart it was built right. YMCA !
To the family: Many years ago, Mr. Cowart generously shared his extensive business knowledge and experience with me when I was writing freelance business articles. I will always be grateful to him and remember his wisdom and kindness. He loved his community, his friends and most of all his family.I pray God grants you strength and ultimately, peace in your loss.
Sorry for your loss. May you find peace and comfort during this time.
My deepest sympathy , he was a great man and willm be greatly missed, Love, Elizabeth Cowart Harrison
My sincere condolences to the family.
May the peace of GOD comfort and strengthen you through this difficult time (COR.1:2,3)
I'm sorry about the death of your love one as act 24:15 states"There is going to be a resurrection one day"
Jim Cowart was a quiet, visionary giant of the Atlanta real estate business, distinguishing himself most by his unique and unparalleled generosity to the communities he helped to build. His proud legacy of gifts to churches, YMCAs, schools and community organizations made North DeKalb, West Gwinnett and North Fulton a far better place for families. Jim was truly inspirational and will be dearly missed by countless family members and friends. My deepest condolences to Linda, Cindy, Dan, David, Ben, Betty and their families. I am so sorry for your loss, and share your grief. Love you all!
I am honored to have worksd with Jim for many years and gained an immense amount of respect for him. He was humble and honorable and full of wisdom. My deepest sympathies for his fAmily, who he cherished more than all.
On behalf of myself and my family I want to extend all of our deepest sympathy's to the Cowart family over your loss of such a wonderful man.
It was my privilege to know him and my thoughts and prayers are with you all.
May God be with your family in your time of grief.
I am so sorry for your great loss. May the God who is 'binding up the brokenhearted and comforting those mourning' sustain you during this most difficult time. (Isa: 61:1,2) Again, my deepest sympathies.
May the God of all comfort be with the Cowart family during this difficult time. 2 Corth 1:3,4
May the God of all comfort strengthen the family during this time of sorrow. "Those who die God keeps in his memory because they are precious in his eyes"(Psalms 116:15)
Offering my deepest condolences. ( Ps 46 : 1 )
Jim was a friend to me. I wish his loved ones peace and comfort in their great loss.
We were so sorry to hear of Jim's passing. He was such an inspiration for me when I was starting out in business.
Bobby & Brenda Womack
David and family you have my prayers and support live through this transition time so that Jim's ceiling is the children's and grandchildren's floor; Spiritually and business.
My condolences to the Cowart family. Jim Cowart was a giant in the real estate industry in Dunwoody and Peachtree Corners areas. He was a fair and beloved man by all the Realtors. I've sold many homes built under his umbrella. He was a blessing to us all. God has expanded Heaven with his passing.
I was so sorry to hear of Jim's death.I know that you have many memories of your life together which will bring you comfort in difficult times "to live in hearts we leave behind, is not to die" Hope to see you in Sarasota this winter.PS What a list of accomplishments !!!!
We are so sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in the many memories of Jim. We wish the entire Cowart family peace during this difficult time.
Jim has done so much for not only our community but for so many people he helped. He was someone I always looked up to and respected as so many others did as well. Your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Linda... You know how much Jim meant to me throughout my career. I considered it a distinct honor he considered me a friend and colleague.
He was a giant among the leaders of our industry. His creativity, generosity, and lasting "fingerprints" are all around us... and will last many, many lifetimes!!!
No doubt, God has another development project waiting for him to start in heaven!!
...Rest in peace Jim..... Your friend, Ed Weinlein
It is with great sadness to learn of the passing of Jim. He was blessed with a vision & he acted upon it by giving back so much to the real estate communities he touched. He changed the landscape of Atlanta & enhanced my lives along the way. Everyone in the real estate profession will feel his loss. It was a privilege to have known him.
It is with great sorrow & heartfelt sympathy to his family,
who I know will miss him dearly.
Debbie Purdy, Broker
Purdy Real Estate
Dan, so sorry for your loss. I remember so vividly the many times I'd enjoy the gentle and strong character of your dad as he gave advice or shared his perspectives on life -- a quality I always thought was so indicative of an incredible leader. Praying for your entire family to find that same strength on this new journey. (Gaye Anne Millner
Ben & Dan , I know your dad will be Missed by not just Family but the all of the people and Communities he has helped .
Snellville Christian Church was blessed by Mr. Cowart.
He had quite a life and left an impressive legacy. He had always been very supportive and encouraging as I grew my Home Building Company. Our prayers go out to Dan and Kris and their family.
Dave and Felicia Borreson
On behalf of the board at the Isakson/Alpharetta YMCA, I'd like to share our sincere condolences. We are thankful for Jim's leadership, vision and efforts, which make it possible for us to reach so many in this community with such a beautiful facility. Our prayers are with his family and friends as we celebrate the life of this great man.
Dan. Very sorry to hear about your dad. He was a true visionary in the Real Estate business. Please accept my prayers for Kris and you and all those Cowart kids.
Jim Cowart was the epitome of gracious giving. His son, Dan, and daughter-in-law, Kris, are true followers of Christ and such wonderful testaments to the love of a great family. Kris and Dan, we love you and you are in our hearts and prayers at this difficult time. Our prayer group at Simpsonwood UMC has been praying for Jim's peace and comfort for many months. Much love!!
We were sorry to read of Jim's passing. We bought the model home in his North Springs subdivision in Dunwoody in 1967 and still live in it. He jumpstarted the little crossroads community of Dunwoody and the surrounding area into what it is today. Thank you Jim! A true gentleman -- they don't make many like him anymore. We'll miss you, but
your legacy lives on.
Jim was a visionary leader and a humble loving human being. His legacy is all around our community and more importantly in the people whose lives he touched in such a positive way. He will be missed. Our hearts and prayers go out to Linda and the entire family.
I was saddened to learn of Jim's passing. I've known Jim as a friend since the 60's when I was with U. S. Plywood and he and John, his brother, were setting a new trend in the home building business. Jim was a natural leader, a man of unquestionable integrity, a humble man who gave back to the community and a man of abiding and strong faith. He left his blesings with all who knew him along the way. My deepest sympathy to Linda and the family. You can take pride in his many accomplishments. God bless you Jim as you enter your new heavenly eternal home.
The City of Peachtree Corners and Gwinnett County would not be what it is today but for the generosity of Jim Cowart. Our hearts are heavy with his loss.
What an example he set for his children and grand kids. God bless you Mr. Jim. Good and faithful servant. Lana Thornal Beckley
Jim helped shape Johns Creek and many other area's. His donations to the community will be always remembered.
Our thoughts of love and sympathy are with you Linda and family. We will all miss Jim!
Judy & Mark Waters
Always an inspiration to me in the early 80's when I started my real estate career .You will be missed.My thoughts and prayers are with all the family at this time
What a fine man Jim was. He surely will be missed. He always spoke,made people feel comfortable,went out of his way for his community and will be missed. Our prayers are with the family.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
My sincere sympathy to all of the Cowart family. I worked for Jim Cowart for over sixteen years, and he was always a very considerate and caring employer and friend. Marlene Oliver Krueger
In loving memory of a wonderful person. You are in our hearts and prayers.
Karen and Stephen K. Hill
You will be sorely missed. May you rest in peace. Bob and Donna Debnar
We hated to see the news about Jim. Many years back, I had the pleasure of a lot of banking business with Jim - a true visionary of Atlanta real estate. He will be missed.
My sincere condolences to the Cowart family. May the God of all comfort be with you during your time of sorrow.
May you feel God's love, comfort and peace in your loss.