James Harrison
1942 - 2011
Forest Park The Woodlands Funeral Home
18000 Interstate 45 S
The Woodlands, TX
James "Jim" Harrison, beloved husband of Ginger Rundlof, died Sunday, February 27, 2011, in The Woodlands, Texas, after a brief, courageous battle against lung and bone cancer. Jim was 68 years old, born December 5, 1942. He was preceded in death by his father W.C. Jack Harrison, and mother Bonnie Harrison. Jim spent his 32 year career in the foodservice industry, the last 16 years with Keebler Company/Windsor Frozen Foods, managing the Foodservice Division the last 11 years before retiring in 2003.
In addition to his beautiful wife Ginger, and her four children Christer, Dana and her husband Santosh, John and his wife Karen, and Katrine and her husband Jake and their three children, he is survived by two beautiful daughters, Jennifer Tufford and her husband Terry Tufford of Plano, Texas, and Jan Furlow and her husband Chris Furlow of Bluemont, Virginia. Jim enjoyed his six beautiful grandchildren Danielle Tufford, Samantha Tufford, Harrison Furlow, Adeline Furlow, Cooper Furlow and Beatrice Furlow. Jim held very dear his relationships with his step-father Warren Sharp of Mulberry, Florida and his nephew Matthew Harrison of Allen, Texas. He is also survived by his two beloved step-sons Charles Stone of Chicago, Illinois and Scott Stone of Greensboro, North Carolina.
A Celebration of Jim's Life will be held at 4:00 PM, Saturday, March 5, 2011 in the Chapel of Forest Park The Woodlands Funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers, at Jim's request, please make a donation to ANYONE running against Barack Hussein Obama, or the American Cancer Society.

Published by Houston Chronicle on Mar. 1, 2011.
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Made the donation to Mitt Romney's campaign. Rest well.
Craig Hagedorn
August 4, 2012
James, I never knew you in life. I will honor your request and will place a donation in your name for our GOP candidate to beat Barack Hussein Obama. God Bless
Craig Hagedorn
February 10, 2012
Ginger and Girls and families,
Seeing this latest post reminded me that I had forgotten to add my 'golf ball story' to the list. My friend Mary Jane and I played a member/guest together and used the Jim Harrison ball for the round of play. I kept using my ball through the round, but MJ had to put her ball up because it kept getting her into trouble.
We did spend time discussing Jim and his qualities of life that make him a memorable person in our lives. We think of all of you often. Please know that I feel his spirit with me as I go around the course, I just wish he had a little better control of my swing! We still miss seeing his smiling face and warm welcome!!
Marijane Smith
Marijane Smith
August 10, 2011
Ginger, Jan & Jennifer,
My wife and I took a golf trip to Atlanta, along with five other couples. I played The Jim Harrison ball at Hamilton Mill Golf course in Jim's honor. Kept the ball in play until the last couple of holes when I hooked it into the stream. I hope someone found the ball and has kept it in play in special memory of Jim.

Carl & Carol Daniels
June 20, 2011
I can see why Jim had a great circle of friends. He was warm, charismatic and had a romantic streak. Jim and Ginger had brought new life to each other. While this time was brief, there is still much to be thankful for.
To a good soul.
Preston Brown
April 4, 2011
I also did not know Mr. Harrison, but admire his patriotism and his last wishes. My deepest sympathy to his family and friends. God bless you.
Bob DeGolier
March 31, 2011
I didn’t know Mr. Harrison at all. And I never voted since President Regan. I think that’s going to change and I’ll cast my vote in Jim’s honor and vote for Obama to leave the White House. God Bless Jim Harrison and the entire family.
TR Tucker
March 30, 2011
Stacey Smith
March 28, 2011
Love Mr. Harrison's encouragement to readers to defeat Obama. A wonderful posthumous statement.

My condolences to Mr. Harrison's family on their loss of this patriotic American.
Polly Hardee
March 25, 2011
Obviously, Mr. Harrison was a great American, whose patriotism extends even from beyond the grave!
Byron Hood
March 25, 2011
Alan Carter
March 25, 2011
We did not know Mr. Harrison but are touched by his request 'in lieu' of flowers. We have made the same request if something happens to us. What a great American! May God comfort you in your loss. Mr. Harrison has touched many lives!
Mr. & Mrs. W.D. Box
March 25, 2011
Just an addition to the unsigned email. This is from Robert & Alta James, [email protected], Spicewood, Tx
March 24, 2011
Though we didn't know Jim, we can truly appreciate his sense of humor and his love for this country. He can rest assured that we will cast our vote for him when election comes next year. He sounds like a man we could have enjoyed being around. Thank you, his family, for sharing this with the rest of us.
March 24, 2011
I didn't know Jim but hearing his story from others in my office about the radio commenting on his wishes instead of flowers makes me thing ok, he was my kind of friend and a smart one! I will definitely make a donation in his name for anyone who runs against OBAMA!!!
Kim Lerro
March 24, 2011
We met Jim when he was visiting his step-father, Warren Sharp, and their dear friends, Suzanne and Walter Carroll, in Mulberry, FL. We think of Jim's hearty laugh and sense of humor as we send deepest condolences to all of Jim's family , especially to 'Sharp'.
Tom & Marie Swenson
March 23, 2011
Jan, I am so glad I was able to access this beautiful guestbook on your facebook page. I can tell by all the tributes that your father was a dearly loved man. He touched many. May he rest in peace knowing how much he will be missed.
All my love to you- Michelle Vogds Rickman
Michelle Rickman
March 21, 2011
I would have like to meet Jim and shake his hand. Instead I will be sending a vote against Mr. Obama just for Jim.

Michael Wheeler (Spring, TX)
michael wheeler
March 21, 2011
I think I now know why these last months my intentions to call Jim nagged me. I thought of him so often and wanted to meet you, Ginger. As I read every tribute, I could identify and see the Jim that I've known for so many years, from the time he lived off Custer to the time he married and moved to The Woodlands. Jennifer and Jan, I never met you but I knew you. He adored you girls and wanted his friends to know how beautiful, how bright and later how successful you both were.....and, oh, the proof of that, (can't remember which it was) but there was not a store whose restroom you had not HAD to explore. How could he say no? Anyhow, he was a great friend that I was privileged to spend time with in TX, in Chicago, in many places where he exhibited that master salesmanship--from General Mills to Keebler. Ginger, while I didn't get a chance to meet you, I also felt I knew you through his description of the terrific woman he had met and married. What a guy! And I totally love his wish for a donation to ANY opponent of BHO. I am so sorry that I didn't know of the passing and the services. I would have been there. Jennifer, Jan and Ginger and all the others who mourn, may you find happiness in all the memories you have a terrific man. Pat Deckert
Pat Deckert
March 16, 2011
A week ago we said goodbye to our friend, Jim Harrison. We were surrounded by family and friends who came together to share memories and stories of a life well-lived. Ginger shared her story of meeting Jim and falling in love with a man described by many as a person of great character and faith. Jen and Jan shared stories of their relationship to a man with a generous and giving heart.
His friends gave small glimpses into the personality of a man who truly never met a stranger and who helped people in so many varied ways. They reminded everyone that his positive outlook on life was a tremendous strength to any who came close enough. He was a person who kept his promises and spread his wings over many who needed encouragement. He lived life to the max and only submitted to his life with the Father after fighting as long as he had the strength.
It was with great sorrow that we said goodbye and Godspeed, dear friend. We know that today you reside in the ultimate green fairway of Heaven and continue to watch over your family and friends. Many of us received a golf ball in your memory and we hope to use it one day for the amazing shot you always knew we had in us! Thank you for being a part of our lives and calling us your friend. We miss you and go around a corner where you once were, remembering your smile and encouragement. The ultimate peace has come to you!
March 12, 2011
To the Harrison family and our Lord and savior. I am Carlos Burnett mother. I offer my sympathy to you. My son was sadden by Mr. Harrison passing, as well as being proud to have met him. Earth has no sorrow, that heaven cannot heal.

Faye Burnett
Faye Burnett
March 8, 2011
Jennifer, Jan and Family, we are sadden to learn of your Dad's passing. Linda and I have many cherished memories of our familes together from vacation in California to camping in Colorado. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Noel and Linda McBee
Noel McBee
March 7, 2011
Ginger, Jen and Jan, I am so sorry for your loss. I knew Jim From Windsor Foods. He was always great to be around. I will always remember our lunches at James Coney Island. Jim was a special person who had an influence on my life. He taught me how important it was to treat everyone with dignity and respect. I will miss him
John Gordon
March 7, 2011
Thinking of you all at this difficult time. Jim was a wonderful person and he will be missed by so many. We can say that he touch us with his loving spirit and that he will always have a place in our heart. May God continue to give you peace and comfort.

The Page family,
Bill and Gayle
March 5, 2011
Ginger,Jennifer,Jan,and Uncle Warren,we are so sorry for your loss. May your times of sorrow be replaced by joys of memories of Jim. Jim definitely was a unique person that never met a stranger. Our thought and prayers are with you.

Ken and Carol
Ken & Carol Rexrode
March 5, 2011
A true hero in death
Reggie Morton
March 5, 2011
Our thoughts and prayers are with every one of Jim's family. My wife and I were very lucky to have met Coach Harrison through The Woodlands High School golf program he so generously supported. He had an unbelievably uplifting spirit on the golf course. His positive attitude and his approach to supporting those young men and women on that golf team taught us how we should all treat one another. He was such a positive inspiration to my son and I truly wish I had just one more chance to thank him for that. Godspeed Coach Harrison.
Craig Raymond
March 5, 2011
Ginger, Jennifer, Jan, Mr. Sharp and family, our thoughts and prayers are with you. Jim was such a lively spirit! He always visited with Red and Zelma when he came to town, and he never changed - always a good laugh. We have honored his request for a donation to the American Cancer Society and have taken the second request under advisement. (Jim would get this!)
Red, Zelma, Judy, Jennifer Whited
March 4, 2011
Ginger and Family. My thoughts and prayers are
with you for your loss.
Gloria Arsenian
March 4, 2011
I didn't know Jim, or his family, but God bless him for that last request. He was obviously a great American Patriot, and his loss is a loss for our country.
Matt Sabo
March 4, 2011
We are pleased to know that Jim is out of pain and in the hands of the Lord. He was always a bright spot in our day, wore a smile on his face, and was a pleasure to be around. We already miss him terribly. Praying for you Ginger and family!
David, Janet, Justin Long
March 4, 2011
March 3, 2011
Ginger and Family, Our prayers go out to you and your family on your loss. The Woodlands golfing community shares your loss and we will miss him a lot.
Jim&Sharon Swigger
March 3, 2011
Jim was an awesome guy. My son's (Adrian and Kristian), my husband and of course myself thought the world of Jim. He was so friendly and warm and interested in us. We will all miss seeing him at the Fazio course.

Our families sympathies go out to you and your family. Myra, Dan, Adrian and Kristian Castagnola
March 3, 2011
To Jim's Family
I am so sorry for your loss...Jim was a wonderful man...I met him 2 1/2 years ago playing golf with him at Lake Windcrest. Jim was always fun to play golf with and very generous in inviting me to other clubs that he belong to. I feel fortunate to have known him and thankful I did get to see him a few times before he passed away. I will always remember Jim as a very kind and good friend. I am sure Jim is very proud and thankful of the wonderful support he got from his family in battling this horrible disease.
Bob Anderson
March 3, 2011
It was such a pleasure to know Jim when my husband, Larry, and I would play a round of golf at Fazio on Sundays. Jim ALWAYS greeted us with a smile. I know he will be missed. Praying for you during this difficult time. Debbie and Larry Browne
Debbie Browne
March 3, 2011
Dear Ginger,Jennifer,Jan,and Warren
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.Our deepest sympathy to all the families.
Diane,Ed,Seth,& Nathaniel Rader
Diane & Ed Rader
March 3, 2011
Ginger.My thoughts and prayers our with you
and Jim's family.
March 3, 2011
Ginger and Family, Our sympathy,support,and prayers are with you. Jim was a true gentleman,with amazing courage, and compassion for others. He will be missed by many.
Cathy and Bob Grossman
March 3, 2011
I consider Jim the "Johnny Appleseed" of Friendship, making new friends and spreading his love and friendship everywhere he went. Jim was loved and admired by all. My prayers goes out to his family on their loss.
Curt Edwards
March 3, 2011
To the Harrison Family,
It was my pleasure to have known Jim when we worked together at Keebler. Jim was always a southern gentleman, with his warm smile and bigger than life personality.
My deepest sympathy on your loss.
Mabra McCumber
March 3, 2011
My husband, Jim, is a first cousin, being Aunt Bonnie`s nephew. The two Jims met at the Roanoke, VA airport, some years ago, and my Jim said that he thought he was seeing himself, looking so much alike.
We visited Aunt Bonnie & Warren once in Plano, several times in Flordia, while in Plano we got to met some of the family, about 20 plus years ago. We feel we know you, because we keep in very close communication with Aunt Bonnie, now with Warren.
We want to express our love to you and know that you are in our prayers, we very much so care.
Our love & prayers,
Jim & Doris Rexrode
5274 Botetourt Road
Fincastle,VA 24090.
[email protected]
Jimmy E. Rexrode
March 3, 2011
My dear Jimmy, you will always be remember in our hearts. You touched our lives in so many ways. We feel so blessed to had the chance to meet you and be called your friends. You were the best.
All our prayers, loves and thoughts to the family. God bless all of you.
Love you bunches my dear JImmy.
Keith, Debbie & Jacob
March 2, 2011
Ginger, Jennifer, Jan and Warren and families,
Please accept our deepest sympathy and our prayers of comfort for you. Words are never really enough to help to ease your loss, but please remember that you are thought about with loving prayers. Jim was such fun to be around. I really appreciated the fact that he came back to West Virginia to visit with my dad during his fight with pancreatic cancer. Kitty and Richard Carson
Kitty and Richard Carson
March 2, 2011
Jim and I had been friends for over 30 years. It started at General Mills and our paths crossed at various foodservice functions until we both ended up working at Keebler. I watched him work his magic with people for a long time. Anyone wanting to learn sales skills, he was the expert. His charisma was inherent and the energy and finesse made him a winner. He mentored many, many young individuals in their careers. They had the opportunity to learn from the best. His legacy in foodservice is well known by the people who worked with him and for him. On a personal note, he often mentioned the love and pride he had for his daughters. Since he has retired, my computer has been full of his emails. I will miss them very much as they formed more of a bond than one realizes until that connection is broken. Hearing about his pain towards the end broke my heart. So rest peaceful, my dear friend, in the arms of God.
Barb Berger
March 2, 2011
Our condolences to the family.
George and Betty Gillespie
March 2, 2011
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Greg & Amie Jones
March 2, 2011
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
Bob Jones
March 2, 2011
Jim, when we last visted, I admired your courage and thoughtful reflections on your life and all the people and experiences you have had. I was so humbled that so many of your close friends and not-so-close friends had come by so often to check in on you. It was such a tribute to you and the magnificent space you filled while on this earth. Your daughters are a wonderful reflection of their wonderful dad. You will be missed and always remembered. Goodbye, my friend.
-Mike Booker
March 2, 2011
I did not know Mr. Harrison, but based on the "in lieu" of posted in his obituary, I wish I would have. My condolences in your loss of what was undoubtedly a wonderful person. I hope that even in your grief you can take some joy in knowing he is still touching lives!
Kay Gibson
March 2, 2011
We are all saddened to hear of Jim's passing. Through my recent visits and correspondence with Jim I can attest to his courage and extraordinarily positive attitude in the face of a devastating and painful disease. Jim was a wonderful man, loved by all who knew him, and who I and my family were certainly honored to have known. To Jim's family; Jim now looks over you all, free of pain, and you will be reunited with him again eternally.
Jim Clark
March 2, 2011
mARCH 2 2011
MY deepest sympathy to Jim's family. A hs friend Pat
Pat Davis
March 2, 2011
Dear Ginger & Family,
Our hearts broke with yours in passing of your beloved "Jim".
Please know that our loves,thoughts and prayers are with you during what we know is very difficult time.
The Petchors
March 2, 2011
We only met Jim once. He came to our house and lit up our family room with his great stories, but mostly his obvious love for our dear friend Ginger. Knowing how happy Ginger was through our e-mails to and from her, and my communication with Christer and how he felt about Jim, makes us know how special a person he must have been. Our thoughts and prayers are with all the family and friends of Jim's and all the Rundlof's who he touched so deeply!
Brian and Kathy Reiff
March 2, 2011
Jim, We love you and we will miss you terribly. You were the best friend, dad, granddad anyone could ever have. We loved hearing your stories and especially about the family; you were so very proud of everyone and loved them dearly. Jim, you were one of those rare people the rest of us are lucky to meet once in our lifetime...a bigger-than-life personality, touching everyone you met with your incredible sense of humor and ready smile. I can't think of a single day when we were together that I wasn't laughing the whole time. Thanks for making Keebler/Windsor so much fun. You were a true professional and the best salesperson I have ever known! Your friendship has meant everything to our family over the past 20 years. Dave will miss his 'buddy Jim'. We'll see you again one day, though, for a round on a course that is sure to have a spectacular view!
God bless you...His good and faithful servant.
Jeanne & Dave Menna
March 2, 2011
My wife and I happened to meet Jim while we were golfing in Scotalnd. We started talking and realized that we were all from the Woodlands and that we belonged to Carlton Woods. He truned out to be a wonderful person to know and in my time of need he was there to offer hope and advice
Rick Wark
March 2, 2011
Jim always made everyone around him feel important...no matter who they were. Something we'll never forget. He definitely lead a service filled life. Our Thoughts & Prayers go to his closest.
Jeff & Randi Staudt
March 2, 2011
My prayers are with you during this very sad time in your life.
Carolyn Clement
March 1, 2011
Jim will be missed by everyone he has ever spend anytime with and will be respected by those who spent time with him. A great man with a wonderful heart, my regards to his family.
Jason Teague
March 1, 2011
Dear Ginger, Jan, Jennifer & family,

May you gain comfort from all the people who's lives were touched by Jim and may you feel God's presence and comfort in your grief. All of us who knew Jim realized very quickly he was a man of character, conviction, wit, and integrity. A true gentleman who loved God, his family, his country (and golf!), Jim had a zest for life and left a positive impression on everyone fortunate enough to be around him. A class act, he has set the bar high for all of us to aspire to. He will truly be missed, yet his legacy will live on. No doubt he has already drawn a crowd around him in heaven with his magnetic smile and personality. I feel thankful and very blessed to have called Jim my friend. God has now given him ultimate healing and eternal peace. Much love,
Jill Layne
March 1, 2011
Our hearts go out to all of Jim's family and close friends. He will forever be remembered by our family. He made a profound impact on our son, Jordan. He was always there for him..rooting him on in all of the tournaments that he played at Carlton Woods. Even last week, when he was so week and sick, he had his laptop with him watching the scores. He was a very special man that will be always be in our hearts and prayers. Thank you, Jim, for the memories!
The Spieths
March 1, 2011
Thinking of Jim and family during this difficult time. Peace to the family.
Ben and Ann Clayton
March 1, 2011
Our love, prayers and sympathy to Jim's loved ones. He said he was ready to go home but he did not want to leave his girls. We knew Jim in his high school days and had great times together. Will truly miss his e mails.
Deke and Peggy Clements, White Sulphur Springs, WV
March 1, 2011
My thoughts and prayers goes out to the family. I worked with Jim at Windsor for several years and I thought the world of him. He never met a stranger and if you ever met Jim you would never forget him. He was the best! I will always remember him and the things he taught me about being in the foodservice business.
Debbie Potts
March 1, 2011
Jim was a loving, thoughtful, and great man and friend. I hope the following is of help in his loss:
"We know that our departed loved ones are enjoying God's presence(2 Corinthians 5:8). We also know that they are recognizable and conscious of their surroundings--just like the rich man and the beggar Jesus spoke of in Luke 16:22-23. Beyond that, we are left with this truth: God, in His matchless love and power, is planning a glorious reunion. Then, our eternal rejoicing will begin."
David Reese
March 1, 2011
I would like to offer my deepest sympathy to all of Jim's family. To me, Jim was larger than life. He was not only a friend, but, a mentor who always had me thinking about how to be better. I cannot simply state in words how much you will be missed, Jim. However, never forgotten!
Nirav Agrawal
March 1, 2011
Though this earthly tabernacle be dissolved. There is a house that's not made by hands. When you get there let us know how gold the pavement is. Also don't be trying to blow Gabriel trumpet.
Reverend Darrell Johnson
March 1, 2011
As a former TWHS golfer, just thought I'd share that Coach Harrison was one of those people who always would brighten my (or anybody else's) day. It didn't matter if I was 5 under or 10 over, he always would come up and tell me how great I am and how I was going to birdie the next hole. His optimism was second to none, and you couldn't help but have it rub off on you. He was a pleasure to be around and will be sorely missed. There will never be another man quite like him. He's now up there watching over all of us, and I'm sure he's already made God laugh...and probably birdie his next hole. We love you Coach
March 1, 2011
March 1, 2011
I only knew Jim in the golf environment but he was always a bright spot in my round regardless of how I was playing. I can only imagine the joy he brought to those who knew him better.
Merritt Jones
March 1, 2011
My Dad and I and our other golfing buddies will truly miss Jim. He always went out of his way to offer his assistance or share a story with you. He had the amazing ability to lift your spirits even after a double-bogey! Our condolences to Jim's friends and family.
Ron Latta Jr.
March 1, 2011
Our deepest sympathy to Jim's lovely family. We will always think of him with his big, warm smile greeting us on the golf course. He always brightened our day whenever we saw him. He was a great ambassador for the game of golf and of life.
Jim and Sheree Dixon
March 1, 2011
Coach Harrison had such a positive outlook on life and taught the boys on The Woodlands Golf Team how to turn any situation into something meaningful. He taught them what it was to be young men. I will forever be grateful to Coach for his love and guidance towards my family. I miss you already, Coach!
Sherri Walker
March 1, 2011
May God strengthen, bless, and keep you always. Our prayers are with you all during this time of bereavement. Jim is now with God. He has no more pain nor is he suffering. He is now one of your angels.
Peace and Love,
The Vanderkams
March 1, 2011
We are thinking of you during this difficult time.

You are in our prayers.
Keith & Faith Best
March 1, 2011
Jim always knew what the important things in life were and how to put them in the right perspective. We admired Jim for his courage and convictions. He was a kind and thoughtful man. We will miss him.
The Dernick's
March 1, 2011
Region 807 condolences

On behave of Region 807 (from 1990) when Jim Harrison became our Region Manger at the Keebler Company, we would like to extend our condolences to the entire Harrison family. Jim will forever be in our memories because of his leadership and inter-personal skills that he emphasized to all of us at work. Because of Jim, we individually elevated ourselves to be more professional in both our business and personal life's. Jim always shared with us that in order to improve our salesmanship skills we needed to "make a horse thirsty versus just leading that horse to water".

I will not be able to make it to the celebration but am mailing a card, the uploaded picture and a check made payable to the USGA (United States Golf Association) for the family to forward to a local USGA pro so they may use it at their discretion to advance the game of golf to some local youngster.

In the picture (taken at our national meeting where Jim won RM of the Year), from left to right, Linda & Al from San Antonio, Townley & Sandy from Houston, Earl/Caren/Carl/Ron/Bob from Dallas/Ft. Worth. Taking the picture is Jeff Bane from San Antonio, not pictured is Liz Rios, Region Administrator.

With sincere sympathy,

Earl Bohlen and the entire 807 team

Ps I'm certain by now that Jim is getting caught up with his life long friend, John Ryan!
Earl Bohlen
March 1, 2011
Our deepest sympathy to Jim's family and loved ones. We knew Jim for a short time but appreciated so much his friendship and great sense of humor. God Bless. Gary and Pam Whitlock
March 1, 2011
There is a Marvellous Revelation in the book of Job. Where Job declares the Lord gave and the Lord take it away. Bless it be the name of the Lord. Buddy you will be deeply missed. Thank you for being you!
March 1, 2011
Jim brightened my life each and every day I saw him. He will be missed. May his memory continue to bring smiles to the family.
Dave Bozeman
March 1, 2011
Dearest Ginger, Jan, Jennifer & Family-Oh, how we miss Jim and are heartbroken we lost such a wonderful man! He was an amazing and loving friend. My email inbox will never be the same. He will be missed dearly!
Much love to you all--
Rachel & Fred de Groot
March 1, 2011
Best regards and and deep sympathy to Jim's family! Jim was a caring, loving person. He always treated people with dignity regardless of their views. Whether it was golf, life or politics he was always there when you needed him. He will be missed.
Lloyd Matthews
March 1, 2011
Jim was a special friend and neighbor. We sat in his garage as IKE blew through and shared our resources and got through. He was always such a source of happiness and joy. Loved his stories and sense of humor.

Please find comfort in knowing how many friends treasured his friendship.
Ruth Havard
March 1, 2011
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
Leta Rader
March 1, 2011
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.
Bob & Marti Fisher
March 1, 2011
Jim was an awesome person. He was such a positive influence on all the people he touched. We have only known Jim for four short years, but we will always remember Jim's positive attitude and spirit in everything he did. Jim, we miss you already!
The Sacheck Family
Tim Sacheck
March 1, 2011
To the family and friends of Mr Harrison: I offer my deepest condolences on you loss. Having had my own cancer scare recently, I am happy to donate to the ACS (I already donate to the Susan G Komen Foundation). And when Obama's opposition gets the nod, I will gladly donate to that person's campaign. And may I add, what an outstanding way to honor your loved one's life and memory.
Jess Long
March 1, 2011
Jim was a great neighbor and a special man....may he Rest In Peace.
Mari Clark
March 1, 2011
I will ring the memorial bell on the first tee in honor of Mr Harrison. The Good Lord has another golfer who will share stories.
Richard Hunt
March 1, 2011
Dear Ginger, Jan, Jennifer and family:
My deepest sympathy for the loss of your beloved husband, father, grandfather. Jim's light has not diminished with his passing, on the contrary, his light will shine even brighter in every life that he touched. Jim was such a complete joy to be around and oh, how he loved to talk to everyone he encountered. I can't imagine Jim ever meeting a stranger without embracing a new friend within minutes. Jim had an infectious laugh and was a great story-teller, remembering every humorous detail and bringing laughter to everyone listening. What sweet memories he has left us all! I pray that each of you finds comfort knowing just how much Jim meant to all of his friends and that his memory and spirit will live forever in the hearts of all of us that loved him.

Jim, Thank you for sharing your sweet friendship and lots of laughs with me. I wll never forget you or your big smile and wicked sense of humor. See you on the other side my friend.
Robin Frederick
March 1, 2011
We all learned how to treat people from Jim. All around him learned a lot about life and people watching Jim interact with people. He will be missed. Mark Steinbauer
March 1, 2011
Jim, we know you've gone to a place where there are only "fairways and greens". We know you will enjoy that blessing. Thank you for your leadership in setting a wonderful example for young men and women to emulate. With loving regards, the Pennington Family.
Ed Pennington
March 1, 2011
Don't know you, but I like you already. Will donate to both.
R. D.
March 1, 2011
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Dad holds so many special memories and stories of Jim back in his younger days. I will always hold dear to my heart the way he helped me when living in Texas and taking me to my first(any only) Dallas Cowboys game. He could light up a room just by personality. I am a better person because I knew Jim Harrison. Love and prayers, Judy Whited Burns
March 1, 2011
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Jim's memory will always be in our hearts. Much love, The Dernick Family
Bob & Chris Dernick
February 28, 2011
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