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August 23, 2013
Blessings to you, Jim, and to your family. May you rest in peace and comfort....It was wonderful meeting you and caring for you while you were in the hospital. You never complained. Always had a smile on your face and a song in your heart.
August 23, 2013
During my entire career, I have only interviewed two individuals where I lost track of time and turned a one hour interview into five hours. Jim was one of them. He was interesting on so many levels ... a true Renaissance man, genuinely nice and blessed with a great sense of humor. The National D-Day Monument is a tribute to Jim's vision and skill as an artist. It will be appreciated by generations yet unborn. Ray and I extend our deepest sympathy to his family.

Marsha Henry Goff
August 23, 2013
I have known Jim since I was a kid when Jim lived in a old 2 story house off Queens Rd. owned by Jim Wiggins. I remember the Elk head and antlers, if my memory serves me, he did while practicing taxidermy. It was so big, he left it behind when they moved, because it wouldn't come out without damaging the house. My wife and I are both Vets, and when he was at the train depot, just before going on tour with the statues going to Bedford, He took special time and care in talking with my wife at length when she met him, after he found out she was a vet, and she cried telling him what wonderful work he had done. His art and presence made a lasting impression on my wife, and I. The care, passion, and the commitment to detail that Jim put in his work, is unmatched. THE WORLD HAS LOST ONE OF THE GREATS with Jim's passing. God has smiled down on this earth threw Jim and his art. Jim will live on forever threw his gift. Not many can say that. Heaven has shined down on this earth threw Jim. His art brought you to those moments in time, and brought tears to my wife's eyes.
Our hat's off to the great one and hope to we hope to see you in heaven one day, because that is surely where you are. Sincerely, Bill and Theresa Boyd
August 23, 2013
Obedient humans will soon receive the full benefit of Jesus' ransom sacrifice.
This will occur under the rule of the Kingdom for which the upright have long prayed, saying:
“Our Father in the heavens, let your name be sanctified. Let your kingdom come.
Let your will take place, as in heaven, also upon earth.” (Matthew 6:9, 10)
~Celena Simmons~
August 23, 2013
I'll miss your wonderful spirit and the fun, music and art you added to this world.

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