I am so sorry to learn of Jim's passing. We were in DeMolay together back in the 60's. I remember him as always being sincere and kind. God speed Jim.
I first met Jim when he sister, Janice & I were Weldon Cheerleaders together. We've stayed good friends over these last 50 yrs because thats what we were to each other. Good friends! He was always there for me when I knew I was drowning & going down for the last time! Jim always pulled me up & would say come on Kas it's gonna be okay. I was fortunate when Jim & I not only ended up in the same state but the same city. You see I had lived in Colorado in 77/78. And he would alwas ask me Kas whats it like. And I would laugh and say like no place you've ever been. So off he went with Rhonda & he never looked back. Over the 15 years or so we both lived in Colorado springs he often told me the reason he ended up there was because of what I told him. And he loved it so much he knew he was home. Jim was a very special man and he was my friend...my girls & I will miss him very much. Kathy Hewitt
Jim was such a fun neighbor and will be missed. His passing was quite a shock. We enjoyed our group dinners out. Our sincere sympathy to his family.
Capt. Doug & Gail Yancey USN ret.
Colorado Springs, CO
We were just notified of Jim's passing by uncle Alfred Bianchi. So sorry to learn of Jim's passing and our hearts go out to his family and to mother Helen and sister Jayne. It was too soon to leave his friends and family behind. You will be in our thoughts and prayers, Mike and Margaret Obert
"very saddened to hear of Jim's passing, breaks my heart. Jim was a friend to me. we spent many fun times on the golf course and worked together for several years. Jim was always nice to me and always smiling. I miss you Jim"
I was very saddened to her of Jim's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with his family. Jim will long be remembered for his kindness and generosity. I will always remember the thrill he had when I took him snowmobiling and the affection he showed towards my two daughters. He will be missed.
Mike Novick, Evergreen, CO and Past President Rocky Mountain Classics
We are very sorry to hear of Jim's untimely passing. We enjoyed many good times and engaging conversations at our Rocky Mountain Classics Boat Club events, and he will be missed by all his friends in the club.
I'm sorry to hear of Jim's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.
We are so sorry to hear of Jim's passing. Jim was one of the first people we met when we joined the Rocky Mountain Classics Boat Club. He went out of his way to make us feel welcome, and we really appreciated that. He was a truly nice man, and we will miss him.