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July 17, 2018

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March 14, 2017
Jim was such a polite, thoughtful, civic minded young man when I knew him in high school. I remember they cut him off from donating blood because he had donated the max amount! I'm not surprised to read of his outstanding life of service to country, community & family in his adult years. I'm so sorry for his family and friends in their loss.

Patty McGill NSHS "81
March 9, 2017
I will always love and miss you beyond belief. You were a wonderful, kind and generous son. Mom
February 14, 2017
Marilyn, I wish I had the words to tell you how sorry I am that you have lost Jim. I remember when he graduated high school, all those years ago. I recall how proud you were of his successes throughout his life, both in the Navy and after, and what a blessing he was to you. I can only hope those memories will continue to bless and sustain you in the difficult days ahead. You will receive many messages of comfort and compassion to ease the path before you. I add my thoughts and prayers to those, along with my love and hugs.
Anita
February 13, 2017
Jim was the first-- and last -- boy I ever kicked. I met him the first day of third grade, when I was the desperately shy new kid from California and he was the laid back and hip kid who had been at that school for two years already. I think I tormented the heck out of him, and he was always patient and kind. I didn't realize what a rare trait that was in a third grader until I started teaching third graders. In a moment of desperation I started telling Good Jim Patch and Mean Sue stories about our adventures at Englewood. The kids loved them. One of my favorite memories from teaching third grade: two kids got in an altercation on the playground. After I separated them one of them snarled at the other, "Jim PATCH would have never kicked me!" and the other replied in tones of amazement, "You're right." And then, "Miss Robare? Is Jim Patch going to come visit us and tell us how mean you were?" How I wish he had. See you on the other side, Jim.