God Bless a good man gone, and his family.
Michael, Caroline and family.....
Unfortunately I fail to posses any words that might comfort you at this difficult time. Please accept my condolences and love as you work through the grieving process.... Miss you guys, and I think of you often..... peace..... russ
As a little girl, I thought Jimmy was such fun! He always made me smile and laugh! I cherish the time I spent with Aunt Helen and Jimmy at family events. One time, Jimmy drove Aunt Ida back to Ohio from Louisville, and they stopped at our house for a surprise visit on the way. I was so excited to open the door and see Jimmy and Ida standing there! My thoughts and prayers are with the Beckmann Family.
My deepest sympathy to the Beckmann Family. I first met Jimmy in the first grade at St Leo's church and school in Highland Park. We went to St. X together while enjoying part time jobs with Webber's Super Market in Highland Park. We made periodic contact through the years sometimes by plan and accidental at othter times. My most recent conversations with him occurred during his period at the apartments on Gardiner Lane where he lived next to my brother. He was a fine person and will be missed.
To the family: Be courageous and strong. When your strength is gone and endurance tested. Do not suffer shock or be terrified for God is with you wherever you go. (Joshua 1:9) With deepest sympathy.
I am very sorry to hear the passing of Jim, God bless is family. From Tonini Family we are praying for you.
I will always remember my cousin Jimmy's laugh and how happy he always was. He was older than me and when I was a little girl, I thought he was the handsomest guy I ever saw. Loved dancing with Jimmy at the family weddings. He will always be happy handsome cousin Jimmy to me. My thoughts and prayers are with all Jimmy's children and grandchildren in their loss of a great father and grandfather.
We are so sorry to hear about cousin Jim's passing. I'll never forget how he helped me get through college by giving me a job at Winn Dixie in Jeffersontown. I also loved playing softball with him at the family reunions. He had the biggest heart. Our prayers go out to the family.
Our deepest sympathy to our Beckmann cousins. Please know that you are in our thoughts and in our prayers. May God grant you the peace that only He can bring.
Your Ohio cousins,
Adrienne Ann and Allen Seymour,
Stephen and Jessica Seymour and Derik
Jennifer and Steven Payne and family
Mary Ann and family, I'm so sorry to hear your brother has passed away, my sympathy extends to all of you, Barbara
Mr. "Big Jim" Beckmann,
You will be missed so very much! I enjoyed getting to know you over the past 7 1/2 years, making you smile, bringing fried chicken, pizza, cake donuts and pizza to the Nursing Home, listening to the blind woman play the piano on Sundays, hearing stories of childhood and stories of your kids-especially loved any story about the your son, Michael who I love so very much! My daughter Ava, simply thought you were the best and loved drawing for you and playing Yatzee-we still have your sheet from a few years back when you came over for Christmas Dinner-we will always KEEP that!
You remind me a bit of my own father, which always brought a few tears to my eyes...I hope you two are up in Heaven watching over us all!
WE miss you and will miss our talks...Res in Peace Mr. Beckmann
Caroline and Ava