Jim Shields

Everett, Washington

1962 - 2020


July 2, 2020
Everett, Washington


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Jim M. Shields, 57, of Lake Stevens, passed away suddenly on July 2 while at work painting a house. He was the owner of his own residential painting business. Jim was very well known in his community as an active volunteer at the Boys and Girls club, as a baseball coach and mentor. He also was a...

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We were shocked and saddened to hear about Jim's passing. Though many years ago now, Jim was my son's (Connor) basketball coach. He was a fair and excellent coach and we always appreciated the care and concern he showed his players. We have very fond memories of that time in our lives. Our hearts go out to Teresa, Zach and Bobby. Jim will be missed by many!


Jim and I used to referee Boys and Girls basketball games as a team on occasion. Once during a half time he went over to a fan that was heckling us and he sat down next to him. I saw him take his ref jersey off and offer it to him. He then smiled and put it back on after a brief discussion. When he came back to me I said, "What did you talk with THAT guy about?" He smiled and said, 'I offer my jersey to him and asked if he wanted to give it a try. He said, " Hell no"....

Thank you Jim for all you did for Conor and all of the other kids in the Lake Stevens Community over the years!! May God Bless your soul!!

Jim was a really nice person. I hadn't seen him in years but remember him well from school. I am saddened to learn of his passing and send prayers and love to his family and friends. Rest in peace, Jim. You will be missed

What an amazing man he was. Always there for anyone who asked from him. Great example t our youth and community. He will be sorely missed. Always had his beautiful smile on. Love you Jimbo! Rest easy my friend!

Rest easy Jim! Give grammy a hug and kiss for me k.xoxo