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My first impression of Jim occurred on the golf course.
He was a sweet man with a sense of humor that showed through his countenance.
I never felt unbelief when I shared the witness of God through my life.
He had a 'rock' sense about him - like a guy who would back me in a street fight - like a true friend.
May Jesus lift ALL GRIEF by the Holy Spirit.
~ Gregory McBride - May 29, 2020
My husband, my best friend, my protector, my lover, the love of my life. To say I was blessed with such a wonderful man just doesn't touch just how much I was blessed. He gave me all of his love and all of his heart. I would have followed him anywhere. He truly was and is "the love of my life". God placed us together and no one or nothing can break that bond...not even death. I'll carry him with me until I see him again, and I'll run to his waiting open arms and revel in his embrace once more. To say I miss him just is not enough. He gave me two wonderful sons, our oldest, Jimmy (named for his dad) and our youngest, Jason (dad's little buddy). They each had their own "special" relationship with their dad. He loves them so much, and told me over and over how proud he is of the men they have become. We shared a life full of memories...and I'll hold fast to those memories and his love forever. I know he's more than ecstatic that he's finally met his hero, Jesus. I know he's talking a mile a minute with him, and I can just see the smile and sparkle in his eyes at knowing he's going to be at Jesus' side, riding a white horse, as one of Jesus' warriors when it's time. He always has been a "Warrior for Jesus". So I'll close for now, knowing that he's happy in his heart.
~ Bonnie Karageorge - May 22, 2020
I remember 50 years ago the night before Bonnie (cousin) and Jim's wedding. Jim, Ronnie and Donnie came to stay the night with my (late) husband Bud and me. It was a riot, no one slept that night especially Jim who was a nervous wreck. All night long I got listen to Bud, Ronnie and Donnie give Jim a lot of grief for being a Northern Yankee. I was surprised that Jim did fall asleep at the wedding. Every time I would see him again I would always walk up behind him and hit him on the arm. He just smack at my hand and say what's up Carolyn. I am sorry for his passing, but I know he is in the loving hands of God!!
Bonnie Sue and her family are always in my prayers and I love them very much. Jim will be missed by all who knew him. May he rest in peace eternally. Love you Bonnie Sue with all my heart and soul!!
~ Carolyn Canary - May 22, 2020
Jim was an amazing man, he really did love to cut his grass. even though he would cut it every other day I did notice on Some days he would cut it later then usual and those happened to be when I worked the night before at the hospital. He never disrupted my sleep as his neighbor ??. Logan was always excited to see him outside those two were buddies. We will deeply miss him and we are praying for his family Lin this difficult time. We love you guys. ??
~ Samantha & Raul Ruiz - May 21, 2020
I will never forget Jim. He at first totally intimidated me but then I learned. If he didnt pick on me or try to be grouchy something was wrong. He always made me feel welcome and taught me a little bit more what family is all about. I love you all.
~ Stacey Ricketts - May 21, 2020
My Uncle Jimmy is a hero to me and always has been. I heard stories about him growing up from my mother and grandfather. When they would share stories with me about my uncle, I could tell my grandfather was so proud of him and my mother loved her brother very much. The few times that our families got to visit, I remember being in awe of him. He was an amazing man.
~ Jason Makaryk - May 21, 2020
I will always remember are hunting trips when I was young and are fireworks wars we use to have great memories thanks for the kindness and friendship you always showed you will be missed sir hope you find piece in heaven .
~ Ray Mason - May 21, 2020
There are so many wonderful memories that we have of Jim. Him and Terry talking about the service and which one was the best, Army or the Marines. Jim calling Terry a jar head and Terry calling him old man (Terry is actually 1 month older). He always watched out for his neighbors and he cared. He took great pride in his yard and his family. I can still see him backing out of the driveway taking Bonnie to work with Stella Bella in the backseat. Jim you are missed and loved. Until we meet again.
~ Jennie Kaelin - May 21, 2020
You and your family have all my love ??
~ Alicia Larison - May 21, 2020
You and Jim always seemed to have so much fun together and lived your family. I remember that he was the cook and you loved his food. He was always willing to let you socialize with us crazy ladies while he enjoyed himself doing other things. He will be missed.
~ Sahndra Starnes - May 21, 2020
Last year he, Bonnie, and Jimmy cane over to my house and we had a cookout. As Bonnie and Jim sat on the deck we were in the pool and Jimmy was trying his hardest to mount an inflatable bull, but just succeeded in looking stupid. Jim laughed and laughed and laughed. I will miss his laugh. I will miss him.
~ Joey Proctor - May 21, 2020
Bonnie Karageorge and Family,
Sorry to hear that James passed. We hope with the help of God, family and friends that your loss and pain are replaced with wonderful memories. May God bless and comfort you and the entire family!
Pam and Gene Fey
~ Gene Fey - May 21, 2020
Rest in Peace my dear friend. You are in no better hands. Love You, the girlfriend Pat.??
~ Patricia Williams - May 21, 2020
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