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September 28, 2015
Jim was a professional test engineer if ever there was one. Professional with a capital P, and infinite Integrity. I had the privilege to work with Jim and his Thermal Vacuum Team at NASA Houston on Apollo Spacecraft 008 and 2TV1 in the Bldg. 32 Thermal Vacuum Chamber. It was a tough test series with facility and spacecraft hardware all brand new. The test series was a constraint to the first manned Apollo flight and JIM MCLANE got the Team through satisfying that constraint. He was a true Leader.
December 1, 2012
My wife Jane and I are so fortunate to have met this wonderful man. We are so sorry for your loss.

Smokie and Jane Maddox
Ida, LA
November 30, 2012
Although I only met Mr. McLane once, he was the sweetest man I've ever met. I've known his granddaughter,Krystal for almost 3 years now and heard lots of good things and stories about "grandpa". He was a well loved man and I only wish I could have gotten to know him better. My prayers go out to the family for such a big loss.
November 26, 2012
I shall always have fond memories of Jim McLane. Jim was my first division chief when I began my career with NASA. He always treated the people who worked for him with respect and courtesy. Jim was a man of principle and always had a strong work ethic which I and others who knew and respected him have done our very best to emulate. Jim and I continued our wonderful friendship after we each retired from government service and became active and contributing members of the NASA Retirement League.
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