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July 30, 2019
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
July 30, 2019
July 25, 2019
Jim, I will miss you. You have crossed my mind several times since you moved. You were a bit of stinker but I enjoyed my conversations with you. Rest in peace.
July 22, 2019
Jim, Jim, Jim. What's the big idea of leaving without saying goodbye first, huh? ;-)

Seriously, I wish to express my sincerest condolences and sympathies to the family of Jim and his friends.

I met Jim about 15 years through a friend and found him to be the easiest person to get along with. It helped that we had quite a few things in common, such as Air Force, Sports and especially football teams. He Chiefs, me Packers. Then he introduced me to School Bus Driving. That was the best time. Thanks, Jim.

What I did find out about Jim is that whenever we'd go somewhere, whether it was to the VA, the bank, or even for a cup of coffee, Jim would JUST have to talk to people. Didn't matter if they were complete strangers, but by his questions, he would soon have another person to question and share life with as if he knew them for years already. At first, it was kind of embarrassing to me, but then I began to appreciate his unceasing, yet friendly inquisitiveness. That's just the way he was. An outgoing and friendly man who loved life and refused to give up on to it.

I came to admire the stamina Jim had in spite of all his medical issues. Saw him last December and he looked and acted pretty much like "Our Jim."

Jim, you were loved. You will be missed but not forgotten. Oh, and if you don't mind could you put in a good word for Nancy and myself up there? Would you buddy? Till we meet again, RIP

Bob "Bobert" Bembenek
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