I have such happy memories of Bert and "Big" Jim. They were such good friends of my mother, Ruth Talbert. They met as neighbors on East Costilla St. I am sorry for your loss.
Rebecca T. Lovett
Mr.D. was awesome, such a funny man. He gave me the nickname of "little Karl" I learned a lot from him and still use what he taught me to this day. I wish I could be back home right now, miss you Papa glass. R.I.P ol' man
He was a kind, wonderful man. He will be missed by many. I will remember him always. Rest in peace Mr D!
Jim and Lori
I just heard about and am so sorry about the loss of your father, he was a great man and he will be missed. My Love to you all.
May Poppa Glass rest in peace.
Little Jim & Jan,we are so sorry to hear of Big Jim's passing. My favorite time with Jim & friends was at 1978 Daytona 500. May GOD BLESS YOU ALL.
Little Jim and Jan, Lori and Mike ~
I am so sorry for your loss. Mr. Davidson was always good to me during my employment at City Glass and even afterwards. I used to tease him that "He sold me". Actually I have to thank him in the long run but will never forget all of my WONDERFUL days at City Glass. I had a lot of good years with all of you. You all touched my life in a big way. My condolences to all of you!
I have so many fun memories of happy times spent with your family! I am so sorry for your loss but know that Jim is in a wonderful place with Bert by his side. Jim was always so kind and generous and will not be forgotten.
All our thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Davidson family. Jim and Little Jim have been a big part of our families lives for a very long time. Our love to all of you.
Davey and Linda Schmidt
He was a great man with a personality larger than life. Always very kind and thoughtful.
Jim and Jan - Just a few words to let you know how sorry I am on Big Jim's passing. All the years our family was associated with you guys just seems a blur now. Dave's forty some years with City Glass were always connected with your Dad. I'm sure he and Jim are having some of their famous "conversations" again. Once again I'm sorry at his passing.
I have many pleasant memories of Papa Glass but two come to mind.
MANY years ago we were all in Las Vegas and Jim gave me my first taste of Bailey's Irish Cream.
Jim also took Paul Elder & I to Sheldon's for breakfast after a hill climb practice, introducing us to one of his favorite places
Jim was the most generous man I have met, and my deepest condolences go to the entire family.
We all loved him.
Lori (& extended family): what a huge loss! I'm so sorry and Kel and I are grieving for you. I know how exceptionally close you were with your Dad (and your wonderful mom) - and now this, at a time when you're going through so many other trials. Love you and keeping you in our prayers.