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James A. King Obituary
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January 23, 2018

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June 24, 2017
Just found out about Jim's passing....We had done business together. I was his former student at UT. Jim was really funny and had a unique way of saying his point of of view.

He will be missed.
December 28, 2013
I recently learned of Jim's death. I first met Jim in 1963, when we were classmates at St. Procopius College. He was in the seminary then; and I got to know him, having lunch or coffee at the college cafeteria. He left the seminary in either our first or second year, and was readmitted as a regulary student (the first time that the college allowed readmission of a former seminarian). Like Jim, I had served in the U.S. Air Force prior to college. And, like Jim, I attended the of University Notre Dame after graduation from St. Procopius; he as a grad student and me as a law student. We even lived together off campus our first year at Notre Dame.
I remember his energy, his interest in a wide range of subjects, his sense of humor, and his great smile. The last time I saw him was at his wedding at Notre Dame. I wish that we had kept in contact. I always enjoyed his company.
My sympathy to his family. And while I am happy that he married and had such a geat family, I can't help thinking that he would have made a great priest. Again, my sympathy to his family.
May 21, 2013
Joan,

When I joined the TU law faculty in 1971 I did not know many people on campus so I started going over to Health Ed at noon to play pickup basketball with faculty and staff. Jim was one of first guys I met. He was always so nice to me and he was fun to play with and be around. A team player, he played hard but fair, and was a true gentleman. He was a man of prinicple.I was lucky to know him. Please accept my heartfelt condolences. Sincerely,
Jim Klein
May 18, 2013
So sad to hear of Dr. King's passing. He was absolutely my favorite professor at UT and I will always fondly remember our conversations over lunch. His influence was the greatest for me to choose to get my doctorate in sociology. Truly a great, kind hearted, and generous man who will be missed.
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