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James Roger Bottroff

Lompoc, California

Sep 20, 1946 – Mar 5, 2013


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Starbuck-Lind Mortuary - Lompoc Obituary

James Rodger Bottroff was born September 20, 1946 to Warren Joseph Bottroff and Violet Galloway Bottroff in Lompoc, California. He died peacefully at his home in the Applegate Valley, Oregon. He attended Rogue River Elementary School, Lompoc High School, and Allan Hancock College. He married...

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Deepest sympathy to your family. Still rember all those early moring deliverys when we started Mesa Oak's. One of the hard worker.

Jim was a godsend for us. Tom was the most happy I have ever seen him when he was working with Jim. "We are going to play in the dirt." Father figure, patient teacher, living life to its fullest, loving, caring. He will be sorely missed, but forever in our thoughts. Blessings to all of you. Love from Nancy and Tom

carolyn, my prayers go to you, elizabeth, and mathew. if I can do any thing for you and yours let me know....
love you jenny clouse [swindle] 602-882-4070 in AZ now

Carolyn and Family,
The Norcutt's send their love and Deepest Sympathy at this sad time.We shall forever treasure the time spent with Jim, and many memories!
Russ, Lisa & family

This world was a better place with Jim in it. I feel at such a loss for words. My memories are of the times we had together as young newlyweds. I will cherish the memories and pray that you will all find some comfort in the time you all had together.

Carol, Elizabeth, and Matt
Words can never express the loss felt when we lose a loved one. My childhood memories are filled with your family in them. Jim was a great man who had the love of his faith and family. You will be missed!
Patria Ortman (Swindle)
Oklahoma City, OK

Caroline, Elizabeth, Matthew, Vi and Jan.

I am so sorry for the loss of a great Husband,Father,Son and Brother. Jim was a hard working man as long as I can remember, and a honest man. always ready to help in any way he could for people. He will be missed by so many but never forgotten. Peace be with you Jim as we all will meet again.


My Dear Friend Vi - it is with a sad heart that I send my deepest sympathys to you and your family. I hope you can feel comfort in knowing there's a place inside the heart where love lives always...and where nothing beatiful can ever be forgotten...those we cherish will always live on in memory. I've asked God to look over you and your family during this difficulty time, Carol