Rev. James Lavon KINSER

Hamilton, Ohio

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Patti and family, you are still in our thoughts and heart. Never shall I forget Jim and what a wonderful man and friend he was. Heaven is much brighter with him there, although we miss him so. Never have I meant such a great person than I did when I first meant him at Bonita church. He was the stepping stone for my family during our many tragadies. Never will I forget HIM...and all the love he gave my family. Prayers to you and all your family.

Patty and kids,
We were heartbroken to hear of Jim's untimely passing but at the same time are rejoicing with you. If anybody deserves being in the presence of Jesus it is our dear beloved brother Jim. Brenda and I loved you guys. We always talked about stringing beans at the ball park watching Matt and Jason play ball. May God Bless and keep you.

Linda and I just wanted to say how sad were are to hear about Jim passing. He was such a neat guy and touch so many lives with his kindness. It didn't manner what time of day or night you could call on him and he would be there for you. He married Linda and I and was instrumental in helping me to lead my brother to Christ(as I know he did many many others). He also baptized him and when he died Jim was there for us and did his funeral. I know your faith in God will help you get...

We are saddened to hear of the passing of Jim. He was always smiling and offered a kind word! My husband and I both thought so much of him. He married us 21 years ago! Patty we are thinking of you and your family! Bless you all.
Tate and Carol Cobb

We only met Rev. Jim Kinser one time, at the funeral for our grandson, Ryan Nesbitt March 16th 2013. What a wonderful & spiritual person,and such a blessing to this family. We will be always very greatful for his very caring ways. Our thoughts & prayers are with you, his family. May you take comfort in knowing he helped so many people. Blessings to all of your family, Rick & Cecilia Nesbitt

As a server, I have waited on Rev James Lavon and his wife. How could any one forget his smile and his kind words

Patty --- Sue and I were so shocked and saddened to learn of Lavon's passing. We just missed hearing him at Highland Village by a week in April and were looking forward to seeing you both then. Please accept our sincere sympathy. Fond memories will always be remembered at Indiana Avenue. Your friends Steve & Sue Parrish

We met Jim and Patti many years ago when their son Matt played on a baseball team with our son. it was always a pleasure to talk to Jim whenever we would run into him around town. God bless and comfort his family. we know he will be missed. Mike and Lauretta Philhower, Middletown

Patti & family - We know Jim will be sorely missed. Sorry that Dee & I are unable to make the viewing or funeral. I am sure that Jim & my dad, Jim Blevins, are having a wonderful reunion in heaven. Glenn & Dee Blevins


James's Obituary

News Death NoticeKINSER, Rev. James Lavon Rev. James Lavon Kinser, 73, of Middletown, died Wednesday, July 17, 2013, at Atrium Medical Center. He was born in Asphalt, Kentucky on February 5, 1940 to parents Riley and Maggie (Ashley) Kinser. Jim first served as minister of Southland Church...

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