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August 16, 2018

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December 31, 2017
Dear Janie and the Sobiek clan,
I am so sorry for the loss of Jimmy( that's what my family called him.). We were your neighbors across the street , the Scovell's. You're mom and mine were attached at the hip all the years we were growing up. We always knew where our moms wereyour house or ours. Jimmy and I were the same age and enjoyed card games on your porch on rainy days. Remember the game PIG. I taught my own kids how to play . Hilarious fun!! The other game Jimmy and I enjoyed was Free the Slaves. The whole block would join in for that one . I was so sad to hear he'd passed away but so happy about learning how well loved he was coming from the lovable family that was so special to me living across the street on Oregon Street.
Love to all,
November 9, 2017
I well remember Jim Sobiek....my dear precious friend Janie's baby brother. I remember in 1955 their home on Oregon Street in Green Bay, sitting on the bed in the girls upstairs bedroom and chatting, as young teenager girls do, with Carol and Janie. I heard 10 year-old Jim (whom I had never seen before) running up the stairs to check out the noise. He pops in, looks around, shakes his head, and loudly gallops down the stairway to the front door, and with a loud bang is out the house. I remember talking with sweet, caring, kind Mrs. Sobiek, Edna, in the kitchen, (my mom had just died a few months before, and Janie's parents were always wonderful to me); when Jim bolts through the kitchen, down the back steps, and slamming the back door, he is once again outside. And then another time laughing about something one evening, in the living room with Janie and her generally happy, fun father, Ray, when Jim again galloped down the stairs. Mr. Sobiek yells, Where are you going? Jim yells back, Out! and...bang...once again Jim is quickly outside. I never had a brother, and never really got to know Jim, but I certainly did love the wonderful parents he had; and I know after two girls, they were delighted to have a son. They once told me that.....many years later after I had my two girls and a boy.
To all of Jim's family, loved ones, and friends, you have my heart-felt
thoughts and prayers on your lost. God Bless the Sobieks!

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