For Jim's 1st Yahrzeit, from his family. Love you and miss you every day.
Debby, Havneh, Ayala
On the eve of the first Yahrzeit of Jim's death (17 Cheshvan). It's hard to believe a year has passed. I feel Jim's love in my heart every day, and I am so thankful for all his loving kindness. I miss my sweet, gentle husband so much.
Mr. Jim Haugabook, a most gentile, compassionate person I had the honor of knowing over the past almost 18 years.As the pediatrician for his children, I was able to observe the consistent and unrelenting love and concern he had for his family. His kind spirit was an inspiration to all and a lasting legacy.
To me you will always be the epitome of the absent minded professor; in your tweed blazer, always coming late, always confusing the time or date. But, he always had this forgiving way about him and his smile especially when he would change the subject and start humming a song and more often than not he knew the words but, he would ask you if you knew the words...just to change the subject...I know your tricks now Mr. Haugabook...and I miss them.
To my dearest Jim,
I'll never stop loving and missing you. I am so grateful for all the love you gave me and the kids. Life isn't the same without being able to share it with you. Love you forever and ever. Your wife and best friend,
I love and miss you, Dad. You will remain in my heart forever.
i first met jim at painters local 4 the union backed jim to get his job on the gg bridge dow wilson the union leader that was murdered in 1966 fought hard and we picketed the gg bridge jim was very sad as we all were when dow was murdered peopel like jim are few and far between if more peopel were like jim this would be a better world i know he will be missed
Rest in Peace Mr. Haugabook