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April 27, 2014
Sandy, our hearts go out to you and your family. You are in our prayers. You both were missed at the reunion.
April 09, 2014
March 30, 2014
Mrs Sandy and Sandy Adam Hugh Chris and Chase so sorry for your loss! Mr Jim was a fine man and will be missed!
Prayers and thoughts are going out to all of you during this time of sorrow!
We love you and miss you!
Gloria & Jim
March 30, 2014
Gone but not forgotten. One of the finest
gentlemen I have met. We had many breakfasts
together while Jim doing his crossword puzzles.
March 29, 2014
Uncle Jimmy will live on in our memories forever. He was a fine example and I will strive to be more like him. I am keeping Aunt Sandra, Jimmy, and Sandy Chris in my thoughts and prayers.

He was there and he helped me to reel in my first fish....he taught me to love ice-cream (and he did a great job of that), to walk esculators (which I still am afraid of today) (funny, I thought of him every time I got on one in Washington DC, recently), took me to see Santa Claus, taught me to try new and different things, and he encouraged me and inspired me to be a teacher. He was the greatest gift-giver (always knew what would mean so much) and always sent a Christmas Card.

Uncle Jimmy was a "giver". He volunteered all of his life and attended every family event. He was such a wonderful person. I. I am fortunate to have known him.

We are sad because he is not here for us anymore. However, he is in a much better place. He is with God the Father and Jesus the Son. One day, I will be there, too.

Much Love! Lori Sapp
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