“Our deepest sympathy to your family. I was a High School with Jimmy and Laura at Messick. He was good friend and I knew is father and sister. May God hold your family in the palm of his hand. Harold and Dianna McCarver-Collierville, TN.
“Jim was a great American and a great officer. He contributed to hte growing success of the PSYOP Regiment all of his life and had a great impact on all officers he taught, led and Mentored.
“Aside from being my first CO in PSYOP, my favorite memory of Jim is this:
My first debriefing in Panama after a six-month deployment was to Jim Ladd on a Saturday. He was wearing a cartoonish Hawaiian shirt (think Magnum PI), white shorts, and deck shoes. During my entire fifteen minute briefing he never looked at me once. Why? He was turned to the side playing DOOM on his computer the entire time! All he kept saying was, "Keep talking. I'm listening." Afterwards, he took...
“We are going to miss you Jim. Thanks for your friendship and guidance over the years.
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North Carolina, Fayetteville - Army Lt. Col. James Sullivan Ladd, (Ret.) 59, of Fayetteville, NC went to be with the Lord on Friday, August 23, 2013. Mr. Ladd was born June 11, 1954 in Memphis, TN to Mr. Paul Sullivan Ladd and Melna Brown Ladd. He graduated from the University of Tennessee with a...Read More