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July 22, 2018

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March 7, 2016
Lyn, we were saddened to hear of Jim's passing. You meet people in your life very rarely that have lasting impact and you remember with so much fondness, but Jim was one of those people. His moving to mountain and starting his adventure in a camper made for lively discussion in Butch's garage. He soon won us over with his sweet smile and Charleston draw. We have always been quick when visiting in the garage to ask where's Jim and how is he doing. It may seem odd, but our family says "thank you" for sharing him with us. We will miss him as golf season is starting and always when Clemson plays, but most of all in the everyday happenings on the mountain. We will be praying for you in the days to come. I am quite sure Jim is very proud of how you took care of him.
March 7, 2016
Lyn, we were saddened to hear of Jim's passing. You meet people in your life very rarely that have lasting impact and you remember with so much fondness, but Jim was one of those people. His moving to mountain and starting his adventure in a camper made for lively discussion in Butch's garage. He soon won us over with his sweet smile and Charleston draw. We have always been quick when visiting in the garage to ask where's Jim and how is he doing. It may seem odd, but our family says "thank you" for sharing him with us. We will miss him as golf season is starting and always when Clemson plays, but most of all in the everyday happenings on the mountain. We will be praying for you in the days to come. I am quite sure Jim is very proud of how you took care of him.
March 7, 2016
Lyn and Richard Was sadden to read about your Dad. Sonny as we all knew him was always the calm one in the house during all those family get togethers.
March 6, 2016
Please accept my condolences. In the brief time I knew Mr. Liston, he was very kind and nice to me, as was Mrs. Liston.