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August 01, 2013
I was introduced to Jim by my sister, she is a reporter and knew most of the players that year(1979-82) He was a great guy and a good friend. He adored my little girl, Angie, he used to carry her on his shoulders, we loved him.
March 30, 2013
I met Jim in Baltimore some twenty plus years ago. While the encounter was brief, it was a memorable moment. He joked about my rather beat up car, and doubted my having any success with the ladies in lght of the vehicle. It was a pleasure meeting him. May he rest in peace, and my regards to his family. Richard Johnson, Jr. a fan of Jim and Henry.
September 23, 2011
Bibby, I remember the first time I met u at grandpas bar " Worlds famous stadium inn" and u sat down on the chair next to me and put ur hand on my shoulder it was like ur hand went from my back to chest! After that night u were my pitching idol! then when u threw baseball with me I thought I was the coolest person around! Grandpa still talks bout u to me like I knew u as good as he did! Lol I jus wanted to stop by and share my thoughts and let u no u made a huge impact on my life!
September 20, 2011
"Bibby" was my coach in 1996 in Lynchburg. He was a a bright and happy face in the world of baseball, which wasn't full of bright faces. I can hear his loud voice in the Lynchburg locker room now, trying to be tough, but inside he was a pushover. I remember his putting 8 baseballs in one hand, and none of us could do such a thing. God bless, RIP Bibby.
-Tim Collie
March 04, 2011
Jim was my pitching coach in Lynchburg in 1991 for the Lynchburg Red Sox. If it wasn't for his guidance I would have never had the baseball career I had. He was a true class act, leader, and mentor.
December 19, 2010
October 03, 2010
May your family and friends find comfort in knowing that God "is near to those broken at heart and those crushed in spirit he saves." Psalms 34:18
Please accept my sincere condolences during this time of your loss.
June 23, 2010
March 06, 2010
My heartfelt sympathy to your family during this time of grief. I was shocked to hear of Jim's passing. I grew up with Jim and Fred. When I was at Fayetteville State, Jim was my "Big Brother. He was a great person and gentleman. May God continue Blessing you!

`Mary Green Johnson, Louisburg,NC
March 04, 2010
I pray that you are in a better place Bibby. Simply, an outstanding man. Thanks for the great baseball memories.

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