Condolence From: Myra Jordan Clark, Pickerington, Ohio
Condolence: Carol and family,
You are in my thoughts and prayers. My sympathies to all of you.
Condolence From: Kathy Vansant, Pickerington, OH
Condolence: Oh Carol, I'm so sorry to hear of Jim's passing. I pray that you will feel God's loving arms around you as you transition to this new chapter of your life. I have such wonderful memories of Church of the Master days with you and Jim! I was lucky enough to hear the Westerville Community Band play several times and always enjoyed seeing him up there! Hugs and prayers for you, my friend.
Condolence From: Mary Menke Neff, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: So sorry.Did not know.
Condolence From: Jane and Fred Krautz, Wichita Falls, Texas
Condolence: Dear Carol and Family,
Our deepest sympathies are extended at this very sad time. We were privileged to watch a beautiful and moving service.
I have such fond memories of the Westerville Cousins.
Wishing all of you God's blessings in the days to come.
With love and compassion. Jane and Fred
Condolence From: Bill and Carmel Shackson, Cape Coral, Florida
Condolence: Our deepest condolences to all the Shackson Family at this sad
time. Tho we are far apart you are near in our thoughts and prayers.
Rest in peace Jim.
Love Bill and Carmel.
Condolence From: Harry and Ann Peat, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: To Carol and family, our prayers are with you as you grieve the loss of Jim. We have fond memories of Jim singing in the choir at church.
Condolence From: Judie Salyer, Westerville, OH
Condolence: Carol, I am so very sorry, not only for your loss, but for all that you have gone through these past months. Please know how many COM/Choir members are holding you in their hearts and lifting you up in their prayers.
Condolence From: Kell Pait, Bladenboro, North Carolina
Condolence: How I wish we could all be together today celebrating amazing Uncle Jim! I loved Easter holidays at Grandma's with everyone coming to celebrate and marveling at the beautiful bunny cake and the summertime reunions held in Westerville. I somehow always found a spot at the table right by Uncle Jim and enjoyed telling him all my stories! I'm sending huge hugs to all and our love and prayers.
Condolence From: Tom and Char Schultz, Westerville, OH
Condolence: Our deepest sympathies are sent to you, Carol, Jim, Laurie and Shannon and family. Jim will be missed greatly in our church family and I am sure you will have many wonderful memories to share and to cherish in the years ahead. You are in our prayers and in our hearts.
Char and Tom
Condolence From: jeff thomas, Centennial, Colorado
Condolence: Condolences and Prayers. I am forever grateful that I had/have the pleasure of being a member of his/your family
Condolence From: Bill and Sonya Evans, Dublin, Ohio
Condolence: Lovely service----so he really did propose that way, Carol??? Great Otterbein memories!
Condolence From: Ken Coryell, Novelty, OH
Condolence: Jim was a fine fellow. Our condolences to the entire Shackson family.
Condolence From: Wendy Thomas, Garland, Texas
Condolence: To the Shackson family and friends,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all as you gather in spirit to celebrate the well-lived life of Jim. May you have peace and and comfort as you share in the memories and love of him and for him. Those are the treasures of this life's path that will stay in all hearts. The Fritz Family
Condolence From: Dave Woodyard, Lewis Center, OH
Condolence: Carol, sad to learn of Jim's death. I know Jeanne would be pounding on your door to give you a hug, but I guess she'll just have to share it with Jim.
Condolence From: Richard Emmons, Hilliard, Ohio
Condolence: To Carole and Gus,
Please accept my sincere sympathy on the passing of Jim. I have fond memories of him at Otterbein, the fraternity, glee club and ROTC. Several years ago we became Face Book friends and I enjoyed this association with him. God Bless
Condolence From: Duane & Muriel Slade, Derry, PA
Condolence: Dear Carol, We want to send our deepest sympathy in your loss. Duane remembers so fondly their years together in Men's Glee Club. He was a wonderful man. In His Love, Duane & Muriel Slade
Condolence From: Jerry Behling, Dublin, OH
Condolence: My sympathy to James' friends and family. I only met him once, but I sensed a kind and gracious man.
Condolence From: Sue Speakman, Pickerington, Oh
Condolence: Dear Carol and family,
Please accept my sincere sympathy for the loss of Jim. I always enjoyed sharing a music stand with him in the Westerville Community Band and have missed him these past few years. The wealth of local history he shared with me was always a highlight! We also shared stories of our travels to Colorado to visit our respective families. Jim was so proud of his all of his family! He will be greatly missed. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
Condolence From: Earl Newberg, Dublin, Ohio
Condolence: I am sad to hear of Jim’s death. He and I were roommates with Al Manson and the late Wayne Wright in the Pi Kappa Phi house at Otterbein. I chatted with him at almost every Homeciong parade and PKP alumni meeting in last few decades. We chatted in emails
and Facebook. He was one of the first to “like” puns
sent his way. He posted his share of funny and interesting Facebook items. He was so helpful with information about our fraternity brothers in recent years. Some of it came through extra work on his part.
I have written much of the above to Gus. But I wanted the whole family to get a sense here of why I counted him as a faithful friend. Please accept my deep
sympathy. Earl Newberg, Otterbein Class of 1960
Condolence From: Cathy Wolgamot (Bartlett), Granville, Ohio
Condolence: Dear Carol and family, I was so very sorry to hear about Jim. My prayers are for you that the Lord's
Presence would surround you in comfort during This hard time.
With much love and compassion,
Condolence From: Cheryl and John Hill, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: Carol and Family,
We were deeply saddened to see that Jim had passed away. It was always a pleasure playing in the Otterbein Alumni Band and Westerville Community Band with him.
He was loved by all who were privileged to know him.
Our thoughts and prayers will be with you all.
Cheryl (Freeman) and John Hill
Condolence From: Sharon Sink, Westerville, Ohio
I am praying for you. I am at a lose of words tonight. It's hard not being in touch with the choir and church friends. Take care of yourself..
Yours, till we sing again,