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James Lassiter

Tallahassee, Florida

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James Lassiter, 56, of Pensacola, died September 1, 2006. He was born September 10, 1949 in Kingsport, TN.

He was preceded in death by his father, Charles O. Lassiter and his brother, Charles "Rusty" Lassiter.

James is survived by his wife, Carol; children, Amy Marie...

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FAREWELL SEABEE MENTOR IT WILL ALWAYS BE 86 AND SUNNY WITH PLENTY OF JIM BEAM, THEY DONT MAKE THEM LIKE YOU ANYMORE.GOD BLESS THE LASSITER FAMILY.

After the tremendous journey on Earth your now at peace with the lord..Buddy save a place at the table for all of us. See yea soon.
You've been a true SEABEE!!
God Bless your Family, we'll keep you in our prayer's for your continued strength.

In My Pocket

I have memories in my pocket.
They rattle among the change.

My memories of you are treasures I carry wherever I go.

They are stored in bits and pieces, parts of a beautiful whole
They give me comfort when I think I am alone.

Yes, I have memories in my pocket, like so much other stuff I keep there.

But of all the treasures I have, it’s the memories of you that are the most precious.

My deepest sympathy,
I just became a Chief this year and was hoping to have Buddy sign my book only to find out about his death. He had a huge impact on me as well as many others and will be missed greatly. I have a page dedicated to him.

Buddy was a great Seabee and great mentor. I served with him in Washington, DC and in 74. I know he was respected for he had the finest retirement ceremony I ever attended. My thoughts and prayers to the family.

Carol,
Thinking of you often and praying for you to find strength for the days ahead and comfort from your dear sisters and sweet daughter.
Love,
Sis

Carol,
Thinking of you during this difficult time. You have our deepest sympathy.

We send our sympathy and will continue to pray for you. Eugene and Dorothy Blackburn

Sorry to hear! I served with Buddy in Haiti in '96, he mentored me and took care of me when I reported to NMCB7. He will be missed!!