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May 25, 2017

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October 9, 2014
To Mimi and the kids-
Jim and I were childhood friends in North Wilkesboro. We were part of Annie's crowd touring historic places and hearing her hold forth about art and inspiration.At the time, Jim chafed a bit under this tutelage, but as he said later "As the twig is bend, so grows the tree". As you know, we both became architects. I remember your wedding reception and how you began your long journey together. I did not know until yesterday Jim had died. I am sorry not to have remained in touch over the years, but I received your holiday cards and letters, photos of the family---watched the changes from afar as it were. The photo of Jim playing the banjo is my favorite. I'll miss him.
July 18, 2014

Rest in peace, Jim.
July 9, 2014
To Mimi and family, We were so sorry to hear of Jim's illness and passing. He was a lovely man. In our few meetings we enjoyed his humor and friendly way. With sympathy, Julie and John Cottage
July 7, 2014
So sorry to hear about Jimmy's illness and death. I had no idea that he was ill when we e-mailed a few months ago about our ancestry, and am sorry we didn't get to talk more. May each of you be comforted and lifted with each happy memory of him that will visit you in the months and years to come.
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