James Kempf

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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When I first met Jim I was 19 years old and a Bloomington kid that was in college and engaged to Terri Fox which where Jim and Carol friends Cliff and Carol Fox. One day at church he asked me if I would like tickets to a North Star game. I was a big fan of the Stars but had never seen a game, so I said sure, Jim then ran the tickets over to us with his parking pass for the game that night because he wanted Terri and me to have a chance to watch a game. We went to the game and the Stars won!...

I'm so very sorry to learn of Jim's passing. I have always had so much respect for him and he helped me with a number of legal issues over the years. He was a good man.

Over the years I have many fond memories of Jim either at St. Luke's or doing the business of Schools in Bloomington. Church council retreats were a time that I got to have alot of one on one conversations with Jim in which his sage advise was always very useful and helpful. I have a specific recollection of Jim's definition of carpet. It was "the accoustical treatment of the lower surface" a term he used many times when we began to put carpeting in schools. My thoughts and...

Auntie Carol, Anita, Doug, Rick:
I am so sorry to hear of Uncle Jim's passing. He was a wonderful person and will be missed by so many. Thinking of you all at such a sad time.

Larry and Leslie [Kempf] Bulson


James's Obituary

James Kempf passed away in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Funeral Home Services for James are being provided by Washburn-McReavy Funeral Chapels. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on January 16, 2013.