Gilbertson Funeral Home and Cremation Service - Stanwood
27001 88th Ave NW
Stanwood, WA
February 11, 1943 - May 12, 2021

Jim Dallman was born February 11, 1943 in Mount Vernon, Wash., and died on May 12, 2021 after a long battle with illness. He was preceded in death by his parents Owen and Loyal Dallman, sisters; Lavon Gilliland, Audry Broxen, and Evelyn Hall.
He is survived by his wife Sandra Dallman of 57 years who he bragged has been truly a faithful helpmate to the end and, "For this I will ever be thankful", sister Verna Whitlinger, daughters Tami Link, Christine Dallman and son Doug Dallman. Five grandsons Kurtis Holland Kyle Holland Kevon Holland Adam Dallman and Alec Dallman. Also eight great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.
Jim was born and raised on South end of Camano Island and attended school at Stanwood. He retired from the Public Utility District June 1, 1993. He attended church on Camano Island and spent his life sharing the word of God with others and serving His Lord. His hearts desire was for all he met to have a personal relationship with Jesus so that he could know his departure from loved ones on earth would only be temporary until they be reunited in heaven. John 3:16 John 14:6
Published by Stanwood Camano News from May 25 to Jun. 1, 2021.
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Jim was always kind and caring toward me and I appreciated his wonderful sense of humour. He displayed a genuine compassion for other people and a contagious, joyous spirit. May God comfort the loved ones he left behind.
Nannette Maxwell
June 3, 2021
Love you Aunt Sandy
Joyce Kruger
May 27, 2021
During the years that I have known Jim, I loved and respected him. He loved his Lord and Savior. Jim had a great sense of humor, he was generous and kind. I will miss you Jim
Terry Anderson
May 27, 2021
I worked with him in station 1 great person
Edward Callar
May 25, 2021
Sandy, all the gang at the Everett Alliance share in your grief and
celebration, Jim will be missed. I had many years of fun with Jim
at the P.U.D., we miss you and your always welcome at the Madison
Community Church . come see us.....Larry Roberts
Larry Roberts
May 24, 2021
So sorry to hear this news. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.
Patricia Mallory
May 23, 2021
When we moved to Everett in 1983, Jim and Sandy were one of the first couples we met. Even though we have not seen each other in many years, my memories of Jim are of his deep faith and caring for others. He was there for us through many painful times in our lives. He stepped up and helped us stay together...now married for 48 years. Sandy and family, please know you are in our prayers!
Thyrone and Alice Fatzinger
May 23, 2021
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