ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, James A. Pennypacker Jr. 36 years old , born on December 14, 1959 and passed away on April 27, 1996. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Kelley Pennypacker on April 3, 2020
I miss my brother so much! He was taken from us way too soon I wish I could remember more memories with him but I was so young when this tragedy happened. I can remember that he always put us to work with loading them trucks for the auctions and then being there all day just running around having fun with all the kids. He always made sure everyone was good. Love ❤️ and miss you Jimmy.
Posted by Tammy Peters on April 3, 2020
I was 17 when I was introduced to Jimmy by his sisters at the skating rink, his smile, kindness and confidence drew me to him, I think about him often We had a lot of good times, you are missed
Posted by Nancy Sweigart on April 3, 2020
Because we have known each other for so many years, I remember some things from childhood. One time coming home from a racing meet we stopped at a restaurant as usual. Everyone was wound up and acting out. In the middle of the chaos Jimmy went to the bathroom and came back with his new toy. He got your dads attention to show him his inflated balloon. The look of OMG on your father's face and Jimmy's look of satisfaction was priceless. I laughed till I cried.
Posted by Beth Pennypacker on February 3, 2019
There is not a day that goes by that you are not in my thoughts. I lost my best friend. You are sadly missed but never forgotten. Til we meet again. I love you

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Posted by Kelley Pennypacker on April 3, 2020
I miss my brother so much! He was taken from us way too soon I wish I could remember more memories with him but I was so young when this tragedy happened. I can remember that he always put us to work with loading them trucks for the auctions and then being there all day just running around having fun with all the kids. He always made sure everyone was good. Love ❤️ and miss you Jimmy.
Posted by Tammy Peters on April 3, 2020
I was 17 when I was introduced to Jimmy by his sisters at the skating rink, his smile, kindness and confidence drew me to him, I think about him often We had a lot of good times, you are missed
Posted by Nancy Sweigart on April 3, 2020
Because we have known each other for so many years, I remember some things from childhood. One time coming home from a racing meet we stopped at a restaurant as usual. Everyone was wound up and acting out. In the middle of the chaos Jimmy went to the bathroom and came back with his new toy. He got your dads attention to show him his inflated balloon. The look of OMG on your father's face and Jimmy's look of satisfaction was priceless. I laughed till I cried.
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Shared by Beth Ann on April 3, 2020
Remembering our childhood. You were always there for me. I love you