My most heartfelt condolences to you, your children and grandhildren on Jim's passing.
My words fail; I hope my heart communicate.
Bobbi & Jim Ksiezak
“Dear Lumber Family,
Phil and I were so sorry to read about the loss of your husband and father. We wish we had had the opportunity to meet and know him. He leaves behind a wonderful family. Fondly, Kay & Phil Vick
“My condolences to the family of Jim Lumber. My heart goes out to you at this time. I had the honor to work for him at his law office in Antioch in 2009. He was a gentleman and a gentle man. He will always live in your hearts and you will find strength from God above to heal. Pat Shanks
“My thoughts and prayers go to The Lumber family. He was a kind and thoughtful man and will be missed!
(Former Antioch Osco employee)
“JAMES LUMBER DEDICATED HIS LIFE TO SERVING LAKE COUNTY THROUGH HIS MANY ACTIVITIES--BUT MOST VISIBLY ON THE COLLEGE OF LAKE COUNTY BOARD. MY SYMPATHY TO JACK AND TO THE ENTIRE LUMBER FAMILY. MAY HE REST IN PEACE. JOAN JOHNSTON TOMKOVICK, WAUKEGAN
“I am SO sorry to have read this!! I am sure he is at peace with no suffering now. I used to wait on Mr. Lumber at the Circuit Court Clerks office and he was the nicest most handsome man I waited on in the 13 years I worked there. God rest his soul!!!
“Jim was my cousin, although I only met him once many years ago I remember that meeting well and how much he was admired. A great man.
“Our thoughts and prayers are with the Lumber Family at this time. We are so sorry we can not be in town to attend the memorial; however, we have made a contribution to the CLC Foundation in James' honor.
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Lumber, F. James Age 78, of Round Lake, passed away Monday, December 2, 2013, at Northwestern Lake Forest Hospital. He was born January 6, 1935 in Ingleside. Raised in Ingleside, he graduated from Grant Community High School. He attended Marquette University on a full football scholarship, and...Read More