James (Jim) Dossett

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James (Jim) Wylie Dossett
Born June 15, 1924 to Gertie & George Dossett in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, peacefully passed away on August 31, 2016 with his family at his side.
Jim was one of nine children and has remained close to all of his siblings throughout his life.
Jim attended an opera in person when he was 17 years old. He didn't understand a word being sung, but it brought him to tears. Jim could never describe the feeling but knew it was something very powerful. It left an impression on him!
Military Service called to Jim at the age of 17 and with his father's blessing served for four years in the Navy from 1941 - 1945. He served on three ships while in the Navy, but loved the Randolph the best! It was on that ship that a Kamikaze pilot missed by two inches the gas tanks that were behind him - he was the gunner on the deck of the ship at that time. We were thankful for that miss!
Jim owned and operated Jim's Auto Upholstery in Nampa, Idaho from 1959 until 1990 and was well known around the valley for his great work. He taught his children the trade and they worked in his shop on and off for years.
Jim is survived by -
Two daughters: Cheryl (Dan) Hinman and Janet (Cheri Gavin) Dossett and a son he never had, nephew Bob Dossett
Siblings: Dan (Bonnie) Dossett, Lloyd Dossett, Laura Wallace, Carolyn Allen, and Dorothy Ernest
Grandchildren: Casey Dossett, Kody Dossett, Hank Dossett, Robbie Bean, and Rodney Bean
Numerous nieces and nephews.
Jim was preceded in death by -
Daughter, Tina; wife, Myrna; step-son Robert Bean; and companion Betty Page
Siblings: Bob Dossett, Evelyn Esterline, and George Dossett.
Jim will be missed dearly by all those that knew him and loved him.
Graveside Service will be September 8, at 3pm at Hillcrest Memorial Garden Cemetery, 15862 S. Indiana Ave in Caldwell.
There will be a Celebration of Life for Jim on September 11 at his house at 1pm
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Warhawk Air Museum, 201 Municipal Drive in Nampa, ID 83687.
Final Arrangements are by Zeyer Funeral Chapel, Nampa. 467-7300. Condolences may be expressed at zeyerfuneralchapel.com

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Nampa, ID 83651
(208) 467-7300
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Published in Idaho Press Tribune on Sept. 4, 2016