I'll miss you.. I really wish I got to know you better and I wish I spent more time with you. Thinking about you today Uncle Jim..
Carol Berg. I need to let you know how much I appreciated Jim and his inclusiveness of me along with other management . you and Jim were one of the reasons that I opened up to other management staff. Although we stopped meeting at Christmas time I still think of you two with respect. Much sympathy yo you, Doug and the rest of the family.
Due to health problems my husband and I moved to Surprise, AZ
It always made my day when I knew you and Jim were coming to Sequim for a visit. The laughter, love, and smiles were always in abundance and I will hold on to those memories forever.
Jim was a key influence in the fundumental development of the states largest community college district, serving Seattle. His wisdom, candor, integrity and leadership are reflected there still.He did it with love and an occasional beer with friends.
Jim & Carol were some of the first folks that I met when I came to Quilcene. They both were so very kind to me and encouraged me along my last 2 years of college life. After I graduated I found the most beautiful card from them in my mailbox. It meant the world to me. Thank you both for your inspiration, believing in me, and your warm and caring generosity. Jeff & I will miss Jim very much. Carol, please stay in touch - we love you! Lynn & Jeff
Carol - I put in a sympathy note but did not put my name down. So I will say again that I am so sorry to hear of Jim's death. We have know each other for a long time. I worked at Seattle Community College for many years. Jim was always there to lead us. He will be missed.
Sympathy to you and your family.
Jim and Carol were (only) weekenders in Quilcene when I first met them, twenty years ago (or so). Jim always seemed to appreciate life in this rural setting, smiling when some might bristle. This is truly a tragic loss. Our hopes and prayers go out to Carol and their family. Erwin, Trish, James, Sean, and Drucilla Dence
My sincere condolences to you, Carol and your family. We have known each other for a long time.
So very sorry to hear of Jim's passing. He was a consummate professional and I learned many valuable skills from observing his skill and example as the Vice-Chancellor for Business and Finance at Seattle Community College District. R.I.P. Jim.