Condolence & Memory Journal

Jim came into the little local cafe where I worked, he soon became a regular over the years and everybody at the cafe Loved him I will,yes he did have quite the humor! Jim always had a smile on his face and it really lit up when he talked about those granddaughters of his, he was also very proud of that cabin he built, we (those from the cafe that loved him) had the privilege of being invited to some of his faImous parties ,what a great memory to share with him! He will be missed . I will always remember when he died because my mother died on April 15th the day Jim was born. We are so sorry for every ones loss and our prayers are with you!

Posted by tami hammerly - Ankeny, IA - Friend   January 15, 2021

So sorry for your loss. Prayers to the family. Was a class mate of Jun's

Posted by Joyce Rose(Anderson) - Petaluma, CA - Friend   December 23, 2020

We still play a card game Jim taught us. I definitely remember his humor. He will be missed. Cherish your memories!

Posted by Karla Mercieca - Kingwood, TX - Friend   December 23, 2020

Trent, our prayers are with you & the family. Remember I am here for you if you want to talk. Rick & Mary

Posted by Rick Borger - Medford, OR - Family   December 22, 2020

Our deepest condolences.

Posted by Tom and Linda Schmitt - Ankeny, IA - Neighbor   December 22, 2020

We lost one of our founders yesterday. It was his vision and persuasion that started it all. Rest in peace my fellow table top trucker. (J)MS Transportation

Posted by Scott Larson - Cedar Rapids, IA - Friend   December 22, 2020

Prayers for peace and serenity for you and your family at this time.

Posted by Richard Jacavino - Friend   December 22, 2020


What a lovely written tribute to Jim's life. I always remember the times when he would come into the office and stop to say hello to me......just as he would everyone else! He was such a happy and friendly guy who enjoyed life! He will be greatly missed by his friends and family.

Posted by Pam Syverson - Sarasota, FL - Family Friend   December 21, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss. Your father and I went out a few times. He took me to his cabin. He was a real gentleman and we had a nice time.

Posted by Vicki Murken - Ankeny, IA - Friend   December 21, 2020