James-Geyer-Obituary

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Dr. James W. Geyer

Greensboro, North Carolina

Sep 7, 1944 - Apr 21, 2013

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Dear Paul, Our hearts go out to all of you. We lived on Tacoma in Detroit untill 1965 and we remember your brother Jims love of nature and how your family made that little neighborhood a brighter place to live.
Much love and care to you,

The Farnens

Dear Nancy,

I'm so sorry to hear that Jim has passed away. He and I have kept in touch on occasion via email over the years. I have many, many fond memories of trips with Jim and when you, Lori, Jim and I went to NYC on a venture or the times you welcomed us at your place in Greensboro. He was a wonderful person that played a significant role in my life.

Jim Perry

My brother-in-law, my big brother, my friend, my buddy, I can't imagine my life without you in it. I will miss you for now and will always remember our special times together. You have taught me much. I will make sure your spirit lives on. All my love.
Nancy you know I'm there for you, and always will be. I love you so much. Amy as you know I'll always be there for you too, along with Kenny, Max and Klaire. God Bless, Much Love.

Deepest condolences to Jim's family and friends from your cousins and second cousins in Wisconsin.

Our thoughts and prayers to all of you.

May your memories of the wonderful times you shared with your loved one comfort you and your family, today and always.

Dear Nancy and Amy,
I am so sorry for your loss, but I am also happy that you were blessed with such a rare and special person...Jim Geyer. Dr. Geyer came into my life in 1975 at Biomedical, and became my boss, teacher, mentor and friend. I feel very fortunate to have known him. God broke the mold when he made Dr. Geyer. I will never forget his smile! He will be greatly missed, but always remembered. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Lisa and Joe Moore
Liberty, NC

Dear Nancy and family, I was so sorry to hear of Dear Cousin Jim's passing. I always fondly remember my trip to Detroit for your wedding, Nancy. God bless you all.
Sincerely, Vicky (Ayres) Scherck.

Nancy, Amy and family, Our deepest sympathy to you and Amy. I worked with Jim beginning in 1981 at BioMed and later accompanied him at Genetic Design. He has a great mentor, leader and friend. I will miss his friendship very much. Please know that Katherine and I are thinking of you and Amy during this time.

Dear Nancy, Amy and family I am so sorry to hear this news, I loved Jim and will always remember his warmth and kindness to me. May he rest in peace and know that he touched the lives of so many people in a so many positive and powerful ways. He was very special to all of us. Please take care and know that my thoughts are with you at this very difficult time. Love, Sue Shepperly

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Dr. James W. Geyer, 68, a resident of Greensboro died Sunday April 21, 2013 following a period of declining health. He was born September 7, 1944 in Eau Claire, WI, the son of Paul Washington and Ardis Veronica Ward Geyer.A graduate of Eastern Michigan University with a doctorate degree from...

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