Laurel Young, Shawn & Charlie - 12/3/2007
We are so sorry to here about Jim. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.
Laurel, Shawn and Charlie Young
Diane and family: We are very sorry to hear of your loose. All of our thougts and prayers are with you and your family.Jim will be greatly missed. What a wonderful person he was.Floyd,Sharon,Skip & Tessa Calvert - 12/3/2007
I am so sorry about the passing of Jim. I liked Jim as he was the same all the time, always friendly with a big smile and a hello, where ever saw him. I will always remember him that way. Please know Dianne, that I have your family in my love, prayers, and sympathy, in your sorrowing loss of Jim. In sympathy, Jeannie Portlock and familyJeannie Portlock - 12/3/2007
Diane, Todd, and Wendy
I am sorry to hear about your loss. My thoughts are prayers are with all of you. Jim will be missed by all that new him and always remembered.
Roberta (Bert) Jeffres
I'm not there in person, but my heart goes out to you and yours, Jim was a very special person, always polite and cared about those close to him. Your memories will keep him in your hearts and minds forever -
A friend, Jennifer Long (daughter of Jack & Mildred Long)
Diane and Family,
It was such an honor to know Jim. He was a very courageous man. I so enjoyed watching Jim's face light up while sharing stories of his kids and grand children. He had a great sense of humor which entertained and delighted everyone who knew him. He often expressed the love he felt for Diane and his family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Jim will be greatly missed by those of us whose lives he touched, and he will live on in our memories of him.
Diane, Todd, Wendy, and family-
I am so sorry to hear about Jim's passing. He was one of a kind. The picture you chose was so fitting, riding his horse with a little smirk on his face, his eyes twinkling. His is a passing that will be felt throughout the community and state. Jim never knew a stranger and was there to offer a helping hand and a smile. He loved you all so much. Todd and Wendy-he was so proud of you and every time I visited with him wanted to fill me in on how you were doing. And the grandkids, oh my, need I say more? They were the love of his life. He was so happy to share what was going on in your lives.
Diane-I can't imagine you without Jim, you made a great team. It was inspiring to me to see you together and I could tell you not only loved each other, but really LIKED each other too.
I am thinking of each of you and pray that your pain will ease knowing how many lives Jim touched. He will be missed, but surely not forgotten.
We are so sorry to hear about your loss. Jim was so much fun to see at the resturant all the time. I will never forget when he brought the horses and took me to see them, they were so pretty and I love horses. He always said when ever you like come ride those horses. Your husband was so kind like that and always brought a smile to my face when I say him.
I am sorry again about your loss and if you need anything please let me know.
On behalf of the Little Coffee Shop in Pavillion we are truly sorry.
He will be greatly missed and I will always have that memory of getting to see those horses with him when he was at the resturant. It was a special time for me.
Again I am sorry for your Loss,
Also the girls at the Coffee Shop: Marlene Doores, Randy Krone, Amber,
Dear Diane and Todd,
I was very moved today at Jim's funeral. I always had a great feeling talking with Jim. What a great gentleman. So evident by the wonderful crowd. It was a great pleasure to know Jim and although just a short time, I knew he was a special guy. What a blessing. Diane and Todd...you all must be so proud. My deepest condolences...Fred
Diane, Todd & Wendy & families,
We are very sorry to hear about your loss. We thought Jim was a wonderful man. He will be missed by many!! We are keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers.
Bart, Kristi, Blake & Brodie Dale