We are so very sorry for your loss. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.
Kim Smolka - Relationship Chairperson, Johns Manville Quarter Century Club, Denver Chapter
Dear Marcia, David and families. I am very sorry for your loss. My younger sister, Pollie (Young) Miller told me of your father's death and of seeing you at the Witzler Shank Funeral Home.
1960 was the last year I saw you, Marcia (picture attached), but I'm glad to hear about you. I remember your father best playing the organ in the Waterville Methodist Church.
My sincere condolances.
My sister Leslie & I extend our deepest sympathy to the McGee Family. Our father, Don Tumblin, worked with Jim for years at J-M and we heard so many wonderful anecdotes about him that we know he must have many friends & family feeling a great loss. Please know that our thoughts & prayers are with you all.
Plese accept my condolences on the passing of Jim. Jim was an outstanding individual who commanded everyone's respect. I was fortunate enough to have been hired by Jim for my first full-time job at Johns-Manvlle, Defiance, Ohio, in 1959.
May God bless Jim and all of his family.
Jack Giroux, Monroe, MI
Dear Marcia,David and family,
What a pleasure it was to know your father and mother. They had a way of making one feel special when with them. One fond memory was sharing Chinese supper on some Sunday evenings when your Mother was ill. They were so "up-beat" and fun to be with.
Peace,Comfort and Joy.
Dorothy and Al Stanton (Former Grace Church friends)
Marcia & Ed & Family
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
Our sympathy to the McGee family.
We were fortunate to spend a few minutes with your father on several occasions while on our daily walk in the Hamlet. Over time we had a short history of his life. He was such a true gentleman. On a few occasions he would clip one of his beautiful roses for me to have for my walk. We have missed him and are sorry for your loss. The Sichas
DAVE, I'M AN OLD CLASSMATE OF YOURS FROM WATERVILLE. I DID NOT KNOW YOUR FATHER, BUT YOUR MOTHER TAUGHT ME HOW TO KNIT IN HOME ECONOMICES. I JUST RECENTLY LOST MY MOTHER, SO I KNOW THE LOSS CAN BE HURTFULL. EILEEN MOSER PERRY I STILL LIVE IN WATERVILLE
Dear Marcia and David,
I am very sorry for your loss. It was my pleasure to get to know your father when I would help Dad with his card club. He always took the time to have a conversation with me and was such a gracious and kind person.
My sympathies to all your family,
Carol Leatherman Kabakoff