Just learned, thoughts to wife and family.
Mike Errington USS Borie 1964-1967
he was the best great granpa any one could have i love him and miss him but he is still with me every day
worked with jim at papermill about 10-12 years.was very nice to be around. and seen him almost every sunday at church.we will miss him dearly
Jim was a vital member of Bethel UCC. I will miss his enthusiasm and his willingness to assist in many ways. I'll always remember his pleasing smile. Jim, you will be missed.
I extend my condolences to the Knaub family on the passing of your father. I am so grateful that I had the opportunity to visit with your Dad this past summer. I was out for a walk along McAllister St. and decided to stop by his home and visit him. We talked about the old neighborhood. I used to live on Granger Street when I was a little kid. He sure knew a lot about the neighborhood and his stories were interesting to hear.
God Bless Mr.Knaub and the entire Knaub Family.
A Friend and old neighbor,
Oh what am i going to do with out you. I dont think you relized how much you were a part of our daily life. I miss you so much already. The house seems so empty now.
It was an honor to be Jim's nurse on the night that he left this world on his way to his heavenly reward. My thoughts and prayers go out to all his family and loved ones. God bless you in your time of grief.
Mr. Jim, You were a one in a million neighbor! I will miss your beautiful smile and listening to your whistling while you sat outside petting Phoebe. Thank you for always having a chair for my Benjamin to sit on while the two of you talked on your front porch. Summers just won't be the same without you...You will be missed more than you know.
We were very sorry to hear about Uncle Jim's death. He was a very good man! Joe's mother was his youngest sister, and she never forgot how Uncle Jim helped her when she was a young widow with three little boys. Even though times were hard and he had his own family to take care of, Uncle Jim brought her milk and bread and whatever else she needed to get through that difficult time. She never forgot his kindness to her in her greatest need. After she died, Uncle Jim helped us to identify family pictures she had left behind, and he told us a lot about our family history. Whenever we came back to Hanover, he went to lunch with us at his favorite restaurant near the library and then drove us around to see various sites that were meaningful to our family, including his former bakery. We really enjoyed spending time with him and grew to love him very much. He was gentle and kind and loving, and we will never forget him.
Joe and Anna Marie Sneeringer
Thoughts and prayers are with you all in your time on need. "Bynaker's "
You will be greatly missed Uncle Jimmy. Thoughts and prayers go out to the family.