Jim was a good friend and boss. He will be missed by all. Condolences to the family. Horace Hull
I dearly loved Jim. I loved chopping firewood with him, I loved the deer lease with him, I loved digging on the Brazos with him & loved camping out & digging in the Gila with him. And I loved that he saw Unka Tom out of this world. He was the finest man on this planet that I ever knew or will ever know.
Jim was a Great Boss and a wonderful Friend I will miss him very much.
Uncle Jim you will be missed so much.
Love always Andy & Kay Ivey
Old jim was good buddy I will miss him
Uncle Jim was my mothers, Lottie Ott Petrie, youngest brother. I met him last at Aunt Dollys place. Enjoyable visit. I regret not getting to Poolville for a visit to see him. Blessings to all. Enjoy Jesus, Jim.
I remember Uncle Jim as a young child. He was rocking me when we lived out on the farm on Rt. 16 in Ohio and we went thru Moms china cabinet. The rocker had moved to close to the cabinet. Uncle Jim was special to me as he looked the most like my Dad his brother Robert. Saw him very little but always enjoyed the time spent with him. My prayers are with you all.
The last of 10 siblings. Jim was my Uncle and spoiled me as a child. Memory of him will always be special. God be with all he left behind. Betty Jean
JIM WAS A GOOD MAN,WHO SHOW IS KINDNESS TO EVERYBODY. WHEN COMMING TO HIS HOUSE TO CARE FOR KATHY,HE MADE ME FEEL VERY WELCOME.
You will be greatly missed and will always remember the great times we shared. Love Judy and family
Jim Ott was loved by God and my Father Uncle Tom...Jim was not only a good man, but a mentor in so many ways to me...
May the Peace of the Lord be with Jim always...
You can bet when Jim gets to heaven he will be playing pratical jokes on all. Outstanding gentleman and will be missed. May peace be with your family.