- 64 years old
- Date of birth: Oct 25, 1950
- Place of birth:
Detroit, Michigan, United States
- Date of passing: Aug 26, 2015
- Place of passing:
Poulsbo, Washington, United States
|I want to be remembered as a good, honorable and hard-working man, and I think I've accomplished that....|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Jim Stoll, 64, born on October 25, 1950 and passed away on August 26, 2015. Please join us in remembering him, by posting your own memories or pictures here.
We will be having an informal Celebration of Life, on September 26th, at 5 pm, at Salsbury Point Park, near Port Gamble. All family, friends, co-workers and acquaintances of Jim are welcome. Please bring your stories and memories to share and a potluck side-dish.
To read Jim's full obituary, please click on the "His Life" tab above.
"With family life, Jim developed a love of cooking. Though favoritism was rarely shown, with exceptions of deviled eggs, or a Big Mac, Jim had a true love of food and "making food". His creativity was awesome, as he took on the role of Chef and served up many a gourmet feast to family and friends.
As a mother-in-law, this is bragging, but I did want to comment and add this to all his other attributes of achievement, for this was a favorite."
"Jim, I will miss you coming into the Commissioners Office and our long talks. You always made me laugh. Patti was so right when she said you were just a big teddy bear....we all knew it. You served Kitsap County well - always so quick to respond to our problems and complaints. I hope you know we all loved you and will miss you greatly. I know your family meant the world to you as your face lit up when you talked about them - especially Patti. You lived a good life, full of adventures but it was too short. You fought a hard fight but now rest in peace and know we will miss you."
"I worked with Jim for 11 years and in that time if I knew only one thing about him, it was how his face lit up when he talked of his wife Patti and his granddaughter Amelia. I will truly miss his drive and dedication and I don't think I will ever meet anyone who put as much heart and soul into his work as this man did. He will truly be missed. Rest easy Jim because I know you are continuing to watch over your family."
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