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January 19, 2014
He was a great uncle. He help my mother, his sister, Rosemary, around the house all the time. He could fix most things. I always will remember the cookouts and Thansgiving dinner at his and Helen's house. He will be miss. John & Martha Conrad
January 10, 2014
In a previous entry, it was mentioned that Garth and the guys knew your husband well. But I was incorrect with the name. He was called Lefty at that time.
January 09, 2014
We were sorry to hear of the passing of your husband. Garth remembers him from years ago when the group of guys would see him at the Pine Bar that was on 6th St and Bridge. He was know then as Rusty. This was back in the late '50's & early 60's.

Garth and Carol LaRene
January 05, 2014
So sorry to hear of Uncle Jims passing, when I was little our family went to Wausau every year for vacation we always had a great time, I remember especially the cookouts and all those brats he cooked. Prayers to your family
Love, Nora
January 04, 2014
My Uncle Jim was a truly nice person. Whatever you needed, if he could assist, he would. He was a devoted husband and father. From what I knew he was a hands on husband and dad. He
cooked dinners or would fish with you or do whatever was needed at the time. He was super handy at fixing things and was always there if you needed him to lend a hand which he did often to his sister, my mom Rosemary Conrad. Thanks a bunch for that. I will miss your positive influence and dry sense of humor.
Love and hugs!
Diane Conrad Christo
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