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James Milton Hartness III 1945 - 2018

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James Milton Hartness III

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February 23, 2018
This man was wonderful, he was always loving and full of stories during our small group. I loved him and I know he is with Jesus and he is in no pain. we love you James. Until we meet again.
January 30, 2018
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January 29, 2018
Worked with James for years in Houston back in the '80's. We worked hard and managed to have fun along the way. Miss that devilish smile. RIP my friend...
January 28, 2018
James and I went to Lubbock High Scbool together. James was one of "the good guys". I was always amazed at James' patience, good nature and tolerance. He was solid as a rock. After high school we all went our separate ways and James and I did not keep in touch, as many don't. Years later, I got a phone call from James. He was a sales manager for SW Bell Yellow Pages in Midland/Odessa. Who knew? I didn't. Anyway, he said "it's time to come home to West Texas". "I want your help". That's the first time I had heard from James since high school. Soon I learned why; the Marine Corp had kidnapped him. Because I had always been impressed with James' great character and openness, I almost ask for my transfer from Houston to Midland, but, i didn't as, in my mind, you could never go home again. But you can and I often wondered "what if". Eventually James transferred to Houston and we were able to reestablish our friendship. We can go home again. We almost always do. God speed James Hartness.

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