James Jorgenson
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James "Jim" Jorgenson, 69, Valley City, ND passed away at his home June 5, 2020. Lerud Mathias Funeral Home is assisting his family with arrangements which are pending at this time.

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Published in Valley City Times-Record from Jun. 7 to Jun. 12, 2020.
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June 29, 2020
I work with jimmy at Newman Signs and all so at Hi Line Elevator in Peak. jimmy was a kind man . He was good for a story or two. I know he loved to grill and have a few. he loved to garden he would talk about how his tomato plants were coming along all the time. he would try to make it to Sanborn N.D on the 4th of july that is when we would get to visiting about stuff we were up to. Jimmy will be missed. I am glad i got to know him.
Tim Dean
June 20, 2020
I live in Wa State-cousin. Would love to have someone write me and let me know what happen. My father was Nels Jorgenson brother to Jims father. I know I had a cousin (Judy Jorgenson had several girls- please get in touch with me. I am looking for address or numbers for his sons that live in Wa State. Thank you for any help. Jim usually called on a regular basis.
Lila (Jorgenson) Mattern
June 14, 2020
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
Jnean Acteson
June 14, 2020
You will be missed dearly Uncle Jim
Denise Sears
June 9, 2020
I wish heaven had visiting hours,if they did you'd be one I'd want to see again. You left us a bit early, a part of us went with you the day God took you home. Fly high great uncle Jim you'll be missed...
Madison Sears
June 9, 2020
It was great having Jim as a neighbor at 11th Avenue SW for nearly 3 years. We shared a lot of conversations and time around the grill. He was a bridge to the community and area history.
John Meredith
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