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JAMES ROBERT POLLARD
May 13, 2020
James Robert Pollard passed away at the age of 65 on May 13, 2020 following a two year battle with pancreatic cancer. Jim was born to Dr Joseph S. and Rosamond Pollard in Colorado Springs, Colorado in April 1955 and resided in Navarre, Florida at the time of his death. Jim was preceded in death by his parents, and his wife of 32 years, Judith Pollard. He is survived by his siblings Elizabeth (Betty) Conrad, Steve and Jan Pollard, and Carol Pollard. He is also survived by his daughter Stacy Mairtin (Stephen), son Steve Kenney, and grandchildren Victoria Clements, Sean Kenney, and Marissa Kenney.
We will miss his smile, his laughter, his know-it-all attitude, and the love he so openly shared with all of us.
A private service for family will be held at a later date.



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Published in The Gazette on May 17, 2020.
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May 20, 2020
Jim was the best supervisor ever. Our team will miss him terribly. I feel blessed and honored to have known him. Love and prayers to the family. RIP Jim.
Lori F
Coworker
May 18, 2020
Will miss you Jim.
William
Coworker
May 17, 2020
Hail and farewell, cousin Jimbo. You were unique, and a hell of a nice guy.
Sara Steve
Family
May 17, 2020
My Thoughts and prayers are with Jims family and friends.
Barbara Miller
Friend
May 17, 2020
The love shown to Jim by his loving siblings was amazing. We were so blessed to have been with Jim and Judy, Aunt Rose and Carol on their last vacation to FL. You will be missed Jim.
Barbara
Family
May 17, 2020
God Bless your family and may you find peace in time. Memories are so special! Thoughts and prayers... RIP Jim. ♥ Kim Harris-ODonnell
Kim Harris-ODonnell
Friend
May 17, 2020
He probably has a card game going! Rest in Peace, Jim.
Douglas Morgan
Family
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