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James E. Spencer

Everett, Washington

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James (Jim) E. Spencer, age 77 passed away October 11, 2017, with his family by his side at Providence Hospital. Jim thoroughly enjoyed his motorcycles and Hot Rods. He was very involved with his outdoor activities; with his family and friends; with Camping, Fishing Hunting and Coaching Soccer....

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My heartfelt condolences, I remember alot of good times with your family.

Dear Virginia, I am so sorry to hear of Jim's passing,I haven't seen you two since I was a kid. Gloria was my best friend and I was so jealous that she had such a fun big brother. A day doesn't go by that I don't think of her and wish i had stayed in touch somehow with you, but time goes by so fast and we lose so many people we love without being able to tell them they had a huge impact on our lives, you and Jim were special and so kind to my friend who is a big part of my hearts neighborhood

Virginia,
So sorry for your loss. I always remember Jim teasing me when Aunt Mary baby sat me. It's a good memory because when I got older I knew he was really a good guy and you were always so beautiful and still are.
May Peace Be With you. Terry and Janet

Jim was a wonderful man that I have very fond memories of. Even though he is an ex father in law, he is Grandpa to my children and I am very sad to hear he passed on. I loved Grandpa Jim, and can still hear him yelling, Ginya.... Much love to everyone.

our thoughts and prayers are with your entire family. With fond memories, David, Randy and Larry Downs

Elmer, Jim, Louie, Walt, and John

I knew Jim when he was at the service station in View Ridge and later off of 164th. I most remember him as a delivery boy for my Dad's grocery store in Everett. He worked at the J&E Food Store at 2929 Colby in the late fifties and early sixties.

Virginia and family - we are saddened to read of Jim's passing. Let memories of him and your life together comfort you. Family and friends will help bear the burden for you. With love, Bob and Pat

sorry for your loss many many years have passed i will always remember you as a great cousin.

MAY THE THOUGHT OF KNOWING THAT FAMILY AND FRIENDS SHARE IN YOUR GRIEF BRING YOU A MEASURE OF COMFORT.PLEASE READ PROV 17:17