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June 27, 2017

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April 23, 2013
This one is for you Uncle Jim! For you are a light shining down on us all. Love Ya!
April 22, 2013
Jimmy,

You were a great son, father, husband, and uncle. You were the patriarch of our family and helped me and Do become men. For that I am forever grateful.

I will always remember and cherish the song you sang to me your last night here with us. I believe you are happy and with Jesus.

I love and will miss you Jim. Tell Nana, Mom and Papa we're doing fine and we will see them again one day.

Love, your favorite nephew....
April 22, 2013
One thing I know for sure about Jimmy Baxter is that he is in heaven with his Lord Jesus Christ!You can know heaven is your home also if you put your faith and trust in Jesus Christ! Jim was blessed with 74 years on this earth,his time in heaven is for eternity!If you are unsure about your eternal destination read Romans10:9,10:13,I John5:13. Jim would be blessed with the knowledge of your salvation! Jesus John 14:6! Brother in Christ Dick Walker
April 22, 2013
Hey Jim, this one is for you: They say when you get old, your memory is the second thing you lose, I do not remember what the first thing was. Love You Brother!
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