CMSgt. James William Spartz
Dear Sybil & Family:
There are no words to express how shocked and sad we were to read Jim's obituary in the P.C. News, January 5th. We have such fond memories of our time with both Jim and you, Sybil. What a wonderful experience it was to have Jim bring you, Sybil, his children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, to his last Class Reunion so they could see where he had graduated from High School. Jim was proud of where he graduated from and we always felt so special to have you and Jim come all the way from LA., to Malta, MT. to attend his Class Reunions every 5 to 10 years.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to you, Sybil, and to all of your family. Jim was a very special guy who loved you all so much!
Mrs Spartz and Family,
My thoughts and prayers are with each of you. Jim was a genuine great guy that we all will miss. May you have comfort in knowing he was well thought of on this earth and is now helping our creator.
God bless you.
Dear Tudy and kids,
So sorry to hear of Jims passing. I know you will miss him terribly. He is home now with all those that passed before him, i know he will be welcomed warmly by grandma, grandpa, uncle Bud, daddy, and of course his parents, family, and friends.
I will keep you and all the family in my prayers.
Syble and Family,
I am so sorry to learn of Jim's passing. I did not know until today.
We had some wonderful times camping with you both and the Hayride Sam's. May God 's Loving Spirit be with you until you meet with Jim again.
Leatha Morris, formerly with the Red River Sams
Mrs Spartz Sorry I was out of town and couldnt attend Jim's service. He was a fine man. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family
Sherry Upshaw(kitchen worker at KC Hall