Dear Rita and Evans Family, I worked for Jim many, many years ago at Bell Telephone. He was always making me laugh and was a super nice person. I will never forget him. Now he is resting in peace. With My Deepest Sympathy, Janie Dilmore
Dear Rita and the Evans family,
For many years I felt like part of your family. I loved Jim like a father. I am so very sorry for your loss.
Dear Hap and family:
Sincere sympathies to you. I'm sure you will miss him. In my thoughts and prayers.
I am glad to have had the honor to know Jim and to serve in the Lodge with him. He was a great guy. We had a lot of laughs together. Farewell my Brother....
What a true brother and inspiration Jim has always been to me. You are gone but I will never forget you. Farewell till the grand summons.`
Greg, Karen and Hap -
My sympathy on the death of your dad. Man, it seems like only yesterday we all were living on Fraser Road, walking back through that back field to pick blackberries or climb the hill to sled or stargaze. I still remember how excited I was when your dad built the barn and had the ponies(or horses?) for a while - I used to sneak them little sandwich bags of Quaker rolled oats when my mom wasn't looking! Again - every sympathy on your loss.
Thank you for your service to our country!