Condolence From: Scott and Kathy Mason, Watkinsville, Georgia
Condolence: Scott and I want to add our condolences on the loss of Jim to his children Emily, Christ and Ryan and other family members. We remember Jim in his earlier years before we moved away in 19985. We shared stories of job challenges, camping, bridge, and cooking experiences. We remember Jim in particular fly fishing in Mohican river on one of our camping trips. Jim loved to make camp fires too. He was gentle in spirit, accepting, and fun loving too. We especially offer our thank you to Emily. She has been an angel to both her parents. She has developed a caring service to others, and we hope she can continue this very special talent. She is, indeed, blessed to service others.
Love and Hugs, Scott and Kathy
Condolence From: Diane Reed, Noblesville, IN
Condolence: I am sorry that I will not be able to attend Jim's memorial service, but I send my sincere sympathy to Emily, Ryan. Chris and other family members. Ironically, my husband Phil passed away exactly 20 years earlier (Dec. 4, 2002). I have such fond memories of Jim, Cathy and the other members of our bridge club playing cards in Westerville, at the shore in North Carolina and on camping trips. Phil particularly liked Jim's warmth and his ease in listening and conversing. Perhaps, they are continuing their conversations in heaven.
Condolence From: David Hottman, Butler, Indiana
Condolence: I was to hear about Uncle Jims passing. I'M sorry I won't be able to come to the memorial service. I'm glad he went peacefully and you were all able to be with him. we will be sending a donation. He is now and forever more with our Lord, and seeing your mom again.