James-Nauha-Obituary

James L. Nauha

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Happy Birthday Dad
I thought of you today.
I ran across a card I'd bought, but forgot to send your way.
I wish I'd been better and called when I said I would.
I wish I'd come to see you more, like a good daughter should.
I wish that I could hug you now and kiss you on the cheek.
I wish I were as strong as you, but right now I feel so weak.
My birthday wish for you, seems really just for me. An hour, a day or even more.
Would fill me full of glee.

Grandpa,

There hasn't been one day that has passed that I haven't thought about you. I miss you so much. I love you, Grandpa Jim.

Dear Sue, Tom, Leslie and Chris. Please accept our condolences on the loss of Jim. He was a good husband and father. I will never forget his kind words for our daughter Cherie when she married Tom, he said she will always be a daughter to them. He will be greatly missed at the family get togethers. Harold and Jo Anne Kibbe

Sue and Family: When I think of Jim I always smile. He was such a good man and I know he will be missed every day. Let me know if you need anything. Judy

Sue I am so sorry for you and Leslie and Tom. Jim was a good guy, even though it's been years since we've seen each other. You are in my prayers and I would love to get together with you when you have time.
Jorun Robillard

Susie and family....We are sorry to hear about Jim. Thoughts and prayers coming your way. Pam & Earl

Sue and family,know that we are keeping you close in our thoughts as you process this significant loss. As you talk with family and friends remember to smile at the funny stories and memories and know that he is always with you. Kim Howard

Prayers of support and love to your family as you navigate each day without Jim. Our condolences.

Sue,Tom and Lesile
Sorry to hear about the lose of your husand and dad.
My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

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James's Obituary

James Nauha passed away in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on October 14, 2012.