- 62 years old
- Date of birth: Nov 7, 1949
- Date of passing: Jul 12, 2012
|Let the memory of Jim be with us forever on this forever website. If he comes to you in a memory. you're welcome to share it here.|
"Just returned from our Arizona vacation where we celebrated Jeff's wedding. Just wanted you to know that we all (Jeff, Susan, Fran, Gale and myself) felt your presence as you push that wave into us at the ocean. Still the practical joker......are you? You made us laugh....and that's what you liked to do best. Hope you're doing the same but I so wish you were still here with us. Love and miss you everyday."
"Still think of you quite often. Every once in awhile I talk to the wind hoping that you are passing by about then. Love you and miss you. Love seeing your family so send them around more often."
"Another year has passed since you left us. Things are crazier than ever here and can only hope that things aren't that crazy where you are. I miss you and will love you til I no longer exist. Your sister, Barb"
"Yesterday I felt your presence in the warm wind as it brushed across my face and I knew you were trying to tell me that you are ok. It helped with the heartache I feel when I realize I will never see your wonderful face, or hear that infectious laugh, or experience your kind nature ever again. I miss you so much, Barb"
"It's been 2 years but we think of you often and miss your wonderful laugh. Forever in our thoughts. Sis Barb, Sharon and aunt Marg"
"I saw a picture of your final resting place and I agree that you would have loved it there. We still miss you and think of you often. Mother talks of you often and every once in a while she has a bad day and says she was thinking of you. Rest in peace now Jim."
"I think of you often."
"Today would have been your birthday so I just wanted to say Happy
Birthday big brother and that I miss you. If you had anything to do with mother getting better then thank you. You are never far from my thoughts, tell my hubby and daughter that I love them and think of them very often also."
"Today would have been your 63rd birthday here on this earth and I will always remember this day as the day God gave us the gift of Jim. I pray that you are in a better place with happiness and sunshine all around you and that we will meet again someday. Still missing you, Love Barbara"
"Rest in peace God Father Jim."
"Trudy, Wow, I'm so sorry to hear of Jim's passing. We had so many good times together back when we all lived in Denver working for Saunders. It always seemed just when I had Jim figured out...He would say or do something completely out of the ordinary. Jim will tryly be missed. We'll keep you in our prayers. Dave & Mary Winterstein"
"Jim was my first living dollbaby.We young aunts probably drove his Mom nuts always being around. Jim was one of the first to make my husband feel welcome into the family,was part of our wedding and our oldest sons Godfather. Yea we loved Jimmy. Trudy you surly will miss him - have never seen a more devoted couple then you and Jim were."
"Trudy & Family,
So sorry to hear of your loss.Mom & I often talk about when you guys used to come into the restaurant.(when Jim wasn't working on the old equipment).We sure missed the gab sessions after we left there.Jim was a great guy.Take care of yourself and the family.
Barb & Nancy"
"Trudy and family, I was so saddened by the news that Jim had passed. I will remember lots of laughs that we shared and a few tears. He will be missed by many and and can hear him saying "See you later kiddo". You are in my prayers."
"So sorry to hear about Jim's passing. I remember him as a great friend at Brockway High School. He was a quiet, gentle man, who always made you feel appreciated. Jim you will be missed in this world. On to the next. God Bless!"
"To my big brother, Jim.. I will miss you so much.. We are missing another link in our family now, which makes my heart ache. Give dad a hug for me! Thanks for all the laughs and until we meet again.. Take care Kiddo!"
"I remember Jim well when we went to visit them in Colorado many years s ago.H e took us for a ride up the PASS scared the S--- out of us.Knowing about his eye sight didn't help. We had a good time,after the scare..Remember them for being kind,gentle,loving couple.He will be missed greatly.Trudy, you will be in my prayers."
"To our neighbor who helped fix our furnace.The garage Jim and Deb tackled to get him to his new home.Most importantly one of the nicest guys Deb grew up with. Jim, you will be sadly missed.You will always be remembered in our hearts.Jan and Deb Bedeaux and Family"
"We remember Jimmy with many fond memories
Love Aunt Gin and Uncle Russ
I also have many fun memories of my Godfather. Ginny Guenther"
"This is a message from Luke Williams from Brockway...was wondering if i could get a phone number for Frank or Marlana...please...my number is 814-715-3554 if u could please get ahold of me"
"Many fond memories of Jimmy when Peggy and I visited during the summer months. I remember how Jimmy would always scare us with snakes, and other creepy things. Jimmy, Sharon and I would do daredevil things together. I always looked up to Jimmy and admired him so much. The wonderful childhood memories will always be in my mine when thinking of Jimmy. Love to all he touched."
"I have a lot of fond memories of Jimmy when Janet and I would spend summers at grandpa and grandmas. We had so much fun back in the good old days. So sorry we did not spend as much time together as we grew older. He will be missed by many. God also bless his wife, children and grandchildren, they will need the strength to move on without him."
"Not really sure what to say. Our family is hurting for losing someone so young. I did not know Jim as well as other cousins, but knowing a mother, wife, children and brothers and sisters are mourning of a lost of immediate family member... Jim will be in heaven above, no more pain, and not alone.
Love to my family and prays to ease the pain"
"Trudy and family really don't know what to say..we really loved Jim and will miss him. Lots of memories of babysitting him when I was a teenager and he would not listen to me and would run when I would tell him to do something. Special spot in my heart for the first born nephew.
I know you are in heaven now with your Dad, GMa & Gpa."
"Jim you were always my big brother, I always thought you were way cool. We had a lot of good times for sure, I still remember taking a load of Robbie's shrubs in his pickup to be planted, you and Carl were in the front driving, and we were in the back yelling stuff to the girls on main street Brockway. You guys laughed so hard!
Thanks for the old Honda 90, man I miss you!"
"It only seems like yesterday I came running home from first grade to see the child that made me an aunt at six years old. I was so proud and happy and he was a beautiful baby that grew to be a beautiful man in every sense of the word. Jim will be missed by many. Until we meet again at the big reunion above, I love you"
"Gentle, funny, loving, kind, generous, noble, strong, caring...these are some words I would use to descibe my oldest cousin. someone who I did not know well growing up - but grew to know and appreciate and love just the same! We all will gather in August and hug and remember and tell stories and shed some tears. And we will defiantely laugh and celebrate you - JIM! Rest in God's Hands!"
"He was a part of my life for 61 years, how could I not miss him. He left us way too young. He never let his sight problems stop him from anything he really wanted, what an example he was for us. I know he can see clearly now. It was easy to see the love he shared with his wife, kids and grandkids. Goodbye brother."
"I can't tell you how much I enjoyed being around this man. He was always such an upper......and so much fun. He really loved his family and we all loved him. I'm really gonna miss you "kiddo"."
Have a suggestion for us?