Missing you more everyday. Your babies are hurting too. We will forever love you.
Jim, My love...what can I say. I loved you with all my heart. My life has been torn apart and my dreams shattered. I made a promise to you on our wedding day, and I will forever keep loving you. I ache for you...I just want to hold you again and forever. Your babies talk about you all the time. They miss their daddy...I still can't believe you are gone. I keep waiting for you to walk in the door, but that door is closed now. Only God can open it. We loved you then, and we love you now....your babies and me...
I can't believe it. We had some great times in JROTC at The Creek, Jim-bo. Class of 88. I now regret having lost touch after graduation. God speed, old friend.
I did not know Captain James Page but after reading all the entries in the Guest Book I feel like I missed knowing a wonderful person. Thank you for your Service. American Citizen. GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
Cpt, thank you for your service.
RIP you serve 1st BDE, the 101st, and the Army very well. Rest Easy
My deepest condolences to your family, Cap; I'll meet you there, soon enough.
tooslow - 173d Abn '66-/67
Prayers to those who loved the Captain, Thanks for your service to our great country. I hope time will bring peace to his Family.
From an old 82nd Trooper
So sorry for your loss. Went to school with Jimmy. Praying for you all.
Thank you for sharing your love of History with me Captain Page. I learned so many things from you. The last time I visited the Pratt Museum just over a week ago I did not get to see you but I paused to listen to your voice as you gave a tour to some new soldiers...such knowledge and passion. You will be missed and never forgotten.
Thank You CPT. Page For your service to Me, My Family, and Our Country The UNITED STATE OF AMERICA
Rest In Peace
So sorry for your loss. I was in band with Jimmy. Praying for you and your family. God bless you.
Prayers to Kim and the family.
Taken way to soon. May God be with Jim's family.
Prayers to Kim and the whole family. I cannot imagine the sorrow you are going through with the loss of Jim. I knew Jim through FCHS band and have so many memories of him. What a special guy. It was an honor to call him friend. Class of 88.
Jim is my daughter in laws brother. He had never met a stranger. He was such a pleasant, but funny person. We have had some great family get togethers. He will be sadly missed by all. He has such wonderful parents, Liz and Albert Page. His sister, Cindy, is my daughter in law. We are blessed to have her in our family.
We will all be with him one day and will have fun again.
Rest In Peace, Jim
You will be missed
Kim my heart goes out to you. You were so happy. But nothing can take the good years away. You have two beautiful children to prove that. We love you. Please let me know if there is something I can do for you.
Kim, We pray for God's peace for you and your babies. We are so sad that we never had the opportunity to meet your amazing husband. We are with you in spirit and prayer. Love you.
Our thoughts and prayers from Fort Campbell are with you. See you again on the high ground, CPT Page. God's Peace to you.
May your memories of the wonderful times you shared with your loved one comfort you and your family, today and always.
So sorry to hear that. Thanks for your service sir. You helped me alot with historical info about the 101st.
You shall never be forgotten!! My toughts and prayers are with you and your family
I'm just so sorry to the Page family. Cindy, my prayers are with you all.
There are no words to express our sorrow at Jim's passing. Our prayers are with you all during this time. As part of the FOP family, as FCHS schoolmates, and as a grateful American, I am glad to say I called Jim a friend.
My Condolences to Kim and his Family. I am still in shock! I remember serving with Jim in No slack back in the late 90's when he was in the S-3. We didn't know each other well then just through passing. I became friends with him through my old XO Brian Cardinalli after finding out we shared the same love of history. Being about the same age as Jim I find this truly hard...to stomach as I never thought this could happen. We took for granted Jim would always be around. This is a tragic loss not only for Kim and the kids but for all in the Fort Campbell and 101st extended community. I do not think anyone could or will ever replace this great man! His conviction to remind everyone without a doubt who the 101st Airborne Division is and where they came from was extrodinary! It was an honor to serve with him and an honor to be one of his many "Friends"!
PS: The McAuliffe Family said it best and I do quote "Captain Page was a gentleman whose dedicated preservation of the Screaming Eagles' legacies extended far beyond his duty. We shared a passion for the 101st during WWII."
Jim was taken from all of us way to soon, he had touched so many lives in his short but robust life, I will never forget his green mustang. My condolences and prayers go out to his family, he will always be a brother, friend and mentor.
Please accept sincere condolences. Jim was a good friend. I remember 4 band camps and countless hours of hanging out. I remember a Kentucky Gentlemen. I remember that British Racing Green Mustang. I'm proud to have known him. Class of '88.
Jim Page was a dear friend of mine.
Only on the 3 Jan this year. He was wishing that I would come over from the UK to meet his children and have fun with him and the family.
Sadly that will not happen with Jim.
My thoughts are with you all. I will visit from the UK soon.Love Yvonne and family Rochford England XX
We are deeply sorry for your tremendous loss. It is not possible to comprehend your deep sorrow. Our prayers are with you.
Kim and Family –
Please accept our deepest condolences. Captain Page was a gentleman whose dedicated preservation of the Screaming Eagles' legacies extended far beyond his duty. We shared a passion for the 101st during WWII. Our family will forever be indebted to Jim for his thoughtfulness and for his help to honor veterans. Jim was a dear friend to our family and we, too, will miss him.
I served with Jim twice, most recently at Fort Campbell. He will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers poor out to the family.
I was that which others did not want to be.
I went where others feared to go, and
did what others failed to do.
I asked nothing from those who gave nothing, and accepted the thought of eternal lonliness should I fail.
I have seen the face of terror,
felt the stinging cold of fear,
and enjoyed the sweet taste of a moments love.
I have cried, hoped and pained,
but most of all, I have lived times which others would say were best forgotten.
At least today, I am able to say, that I am proud of what I was:
A Soldier of the United States of America.
Semper Fi, Jim
Al and Liz,
Our thoughts are with you both during this sad time in your lives. You should be so proud to have had such a wonderful son. He was someone to whom we should all be grateful for serving our country so admirably. He was a loving husband, a role model to his young children, and a friend to many. He leaves a wonderful legacy, and the world is a better place for having had him in it. Although his life was short, he left a bigger mark on humanity than some people twice his age. Take comfort in that.
Please know we are here for you.
KIm, Al, Liz (Page), Cindy, Chris, Jake, & Kaylee...I cannot express my sympathy for your loss, for the worlds loss of such a man . Jim is an amazing man, son, brother, husband, daddy, uncle, solider, and friend. The world is a better place because of him. You, my friends are forever in my heart and prayers and I am so very sorry that I cannot be there for the service but I will be there as soon as possible. Much love from Florida always!
Thanking James Page and his family for their sacrifice. May God bless you all!
Cindy and family, you are in my thoughts and prayers. May God comfort you and give you strength. With love and God's embrace,
Kim - I saw the two of you engaged, married and visited you in the hospital when both of your babies were born. Unfortunately, God needed Jim to come home. I am so sorry you have to go through this. You are a good woman with a kind heart. You, Jim, and the kids are dearly loved. Jim will be missed and he will always look down on you and the kids with love.
The officers and staff of Echo Company, Kemper Military School extend our most sincere and heartfelt sympathies to the family and friends of James Page. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time.
Kim, I am very sorry for your loss. Jim was perhaps my oldest childhood friend. You and your children will be in our prayers. Rest in peace Jim.
We are so sorry about your lost, our thought and prayers are will you, my son Jeff was a friend of Jimmey's
A great loss to all that knew him. Rest in peace, my friend.
Dedicated to serving his country as he both recorded and made history with the 101st Airborne Division, Jim was also a true gentleman, whose like is becoming rarer every day. I'll miss him.
Cindy and family we are so sorry for your loss ...you will be in our thoughts and prayers that you may find peace and comfort in this very difficult time
God Bless you Captain Page. Thank you for your service
To Kim and the kids, you are in my prayers and thoughts. Jim was a friend at FCHS. Know that you will see him again in Heaven. May God's strength and love help you through the times ahead. RIP Jim.
Taken too soon, Jim was always so much fun in ROTC. Prayers go out to the family. I am sorry for your loss. Class of 87