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January 11, 2007
Please accept my deepest sympathies.
January 08, 2007
I never knew weather without Jim. I can't imagine not seeing him on those late tornadic nights. I pray you will find peace on those hardest days. No words can make it right. Best of everything to you all.
January 05, 2007
We were faithful to KOTV weather with Jim Giles ever since he has been there. He was the only weatherman that could hit the nail on the head. He seemed like a very good christain man.. and we will miss him greatly... our sympathy to his family.. May God Bless all of you and comfort you..
January 04, 2007
Jim Giles was such a strength to me during my own battle with cancer. He survived and that gave hope to many of us. I never met him but even after my 20 years of surviving cancer and moving away to Colorado, his impact was still felt. He seemed to be a fine man and his warm smile will be missed.
January 03, 2007
What a shock! May God bless Jim Giles and his wife and family. I will miss his dedication and devotion to others and the professionalism he showed in his work, faith, and life. Peace be with you.
January 02, 2007
Our daughter Lorraine was friends with Angie, one of Jim's daughters, in high school, and we met him once through the two of them. We alway laugh about what transpired. At the Tulsa airport to meet our daughter Lisa, who lived in New York, we ran into the Giles family. Lisa arrived, and we introduced her to them. The conversation turned to air travel and the weather, which always affects it. As an out-of-towner, unaware of Jim's profession, Lisa described the weather in New York and continued on with a detailed weather report, much to our dismay. Jim quietly said to her, "I guess you don't watch Channel 6?" He gave a sweet smile and left it at that. Afterwards, we explained to Lisa that she just gave the weather report to Tulsa's well-known weatherman! Our condolences to Jim's family.
December 31, 2006
To the Jim Giles Family:
I have lived in Skiatook and the Tulsa area since 1989. I have always felt informed, safe and a strong sense of trust when I watched the KOTV news each morning and evening. There was always a feeling of family with each news and weather report. I felt complete confidence and trust in Jim's forecasts, as well as, his amazing calmness. He made even the worst of situations seem like we would ride them out together. He commanded our trust through his confident skills and his unsurpassed knowledge of the weather. Our prayers are with you and your family. I can't say what you need to hear during this time of loss, but I do know that the time you had with Jim will be a crutch to help you through the days ahead. You are blessed to have the heart of such a divine loving husband, father, man. May God's love and compassion be with you always.
December 31, 2006
It's good to know that Jim now resides where the weather is made. May God bless and be with his family and friends.
December 30, 2006
To all who mourn the loss of Jim Giles, my deepest sympathy and prayers. Goodness, what a man we have lost. May his soul, and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace.
December 30, 2006
As a meteorologist myself, Jim is one of those that you couldn't help but look up to. I met him as a kid and I last talked to him somewhere around 2003. He made his mark in meteorology and broadcasting and inspired many meteorologists, including myself.

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