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July 18, 2018

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October 9, 2017
So sorry for your loss. May God provide you with peace and comfort during this difficult time.
December 14, 2016
Irene and family, I send my deepest sympathy at these trying times. I worked with Jim at the paper factory. He was instrumental in getting me my job in the maintenance department. He was a great boss, he liked to work hard and play hard, I'm sure he did the same at home. My fondest memories were Friday lunch and matinee. If we had our work done for the week we would cook lunch in our shop in the wood room (we called it 450). Then wheel in the TV & VCR from the training center and watch some kind of comedy, we had so much fun. Jim will be missed by all who knew him, he was a good man.
Sincerely
Tim Terwey AKA: Tex
December 14, 2016
Obie, I worked many years with Jim at the mill and being a old farm boy his sense of humor was understood and his chuckle will always be remembered . Since retirement I Bumped into Obie a few times and he did state he was grooming the pasture for the sheep now I really know what he meant. Take care and rest in peace. "The Bird" Ron B
December 13, 2016
Dan, Carl, Irene--sorry for you loss. I liked Jim, and as a kid, I found him both a bit scary and a lot funny.

Dave Stone
former Neighbor