“It's been a year since you left us daddy...not a day goes by that I don't think about you!! I miss you terribly and would give anything for you to call me and ask me a million and one questions. Continue to rest peacefully daddy. Tell ma I said hey! Love you
“I met Jim in late 1970 at Bethlehem Steel, I first knew him as a supervisor that truely cared for the people that worked for him. Quickly, I learned he truely cared for his friends and I'm proud to say we were always friends. A decade passed that we didn't cross paths after I transfered from his division...until my wife, Tammy (Valant) escorted me into her all time favorite restaurant and introduced me to her long time friend,Jim Eaves. Jim and I were the happiest people in the building,...
“I just found out about Jim yesterday, I am so sorry to hear this, my deepest sympathies to the family, such a great guy.
“SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. GOD PROMISES US THAT WE WILL SEE OUR LOVED ONES AGAIN, MAY YOU FIND COMFORT IN KNOWING THAT HE IS WITH YOU NOW.
“Deepest sympathy to brother Dale and the Eaves family, fondly remember him as "Big Head", a very special friend.
“Rhonda, Melissa & Ashley, May you draw strength from our Heavenly Father, keep precious memories of your dad near to your hearts. He was a great friend to me and family. Be blessed in Jesus Name,
“Our thoughts & prayers are with the family. We will miss his smile & laugh.
“To Ashley, Melissa, Rhonda and the entire Eaves family. My thoughts and prayers are with during this time. Jim will truly be missed.
“May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
Eaves, James Douglas Was born June 21, 1948 in Greenville, KY. James graduated from Greenville High School in 1966. He was a Marine Veteran who served in the Vietnam War. Retired from Bethlehem Steel. He went home to be with the Lord on March 24, 2013. Preceeded in death by wife, Linda Eaves;...Read More