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April 28, 2017

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March 20, 2014
Dear Jackson Family,
Gary and I were out of town last week and over the weekend, but want to send our love and condolences for this loss. We are so sorry to hear of his passing. What a great man. We wish you peace and comfort, and hope that you feel him close to you always.
Love, Gary and Rowena Ard
March 14, 2014
Dear Oreen and family,
I am so sorry for your loss. Although l only knew Jim briefly, he seemed such a kind man. Please know you are all in my thoughts and prayers. Joan (your mealtime pal)
March 14, 2014
Sorry to hear that a good man has gone back to heaven we willl miss him
March 13, 2014
Dear Oreen and family,
I can't begin to tell you how much Jim meant to me. I count Jim as one of my dearest and "oldest" friends. As a teen Jim took me under his wing. He paid me to do odd jobs at Hillcrest Pharmacy, where classical music was always playing on his turn table and candy bars were kept in the refrigerator. He taught me to drive a stick shift in his light blue VW. He even let me take his Oldsmobile Cutlass convertible for rides (how crazy was that?). I still smile when I think of Jim giving me a pill so I wouldn't become dehydrated while pulling weeds in the planter boxes outside the pharmacy. The blue pill turned my urine blue! When I graduated from college and working in the real world, I would stop by the pharmacy for fun talks and sage advise. Jim had the best sense of humor. I would laugh all the way home. When Clark, Patty and Kay learned that Jim had passed away, they called me immediately. They knew how much I loved Jim. I share in your lose, but know we will be with Jim, and share a good story and laugh, in a very short season. Know that I love you and will think of you during the coming days.
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