James Becker

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Age 82

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We'll miss our friend around the shop but we see him in all the projects and incredible workmanship aaround us every day. We only knew Jim for six years but were honored to be part of his "family". Thank you Jim and we love you Jean - Chena Marina Air

Jean & Family so sorry for your loss. I will never forget the day Lynn came back home after flying with him. His eyes were like saucers. It is seldom in this life that we get to give such a thrill to a friend. And Jim also gave me a thrill to see my father so excited as, he was battling cancer at that time. I am grateful for that memory. Also living in your home on The Strand we always knew when Jim was in town as he used to buzz the house just for fun. May your memories be food for your...

Jim was a great guy and the best friend. We worked together @ Chena Marina Air Service in Fairbanks. We always looked forward to break time and sharing a laugh and donuts. He will be missed.

Rest in peace my friend. You where the best and I feel very fortunate to have had you as a friend.

I feel blessed that Ihad the opportunity to know Jim for even a brief time. Jean, you are in my prayers.

I worked with Jim at Honeywell from 1963 to 1969.He was a great partner on the job and a great friend then and years to come I think often of Him and those early Sunday morning golf games with Him and His son Dan. Our prayers are with His family Harvey Lofquist

Please accept out most heartfelt sympathies for your loss. Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time. May the God of all comfort give you the strength to cope. 2 Corth 1:3.

Worked with Jim at Honeywell for many years. We hunted, went to lunch and garage sales together. He will be missed.


James's Obituaries

James "Jim" Becker, 82, of Fairbanks and Danbury, Wis., peacefully passed away March 4, 2013, at his home in Danbury. He is preceded in death by his parents; his brother, Bill; and his wife, Marilyn. He will be greatly missed by his wife, Jean; daughters, Susan (Brad) Anderson, Cindy...

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