So sorry to hear of Jim's passing. I just read it on face book. He was a wonderful man and we had many great times together until both our health's
starting failing. Condolences to all the family and may he forever rest in peace.
So sorry I am unable to attend Jim’s funeral. I have the “gout” so badly I find it very difficult to walk. Jim is the oldest brother. I could always confide in him and to look to for answers. He will be sorely missed, he was funny, fun, brave and dependable. He was a good athlete in high school. I will miss him.
With fondest love,
Jim was a wonderful man I knew first, as a teacher in Marion and later, as a member of St. Paul’s UMC in Cedar Rapids. Shirley and he made a great couple, greeting everyone with a smile and graciousness. Andrew enjoyed sharing jokes with him because of his great sense of humor. He always looked sharp, was modest, and a true gentleman. May your precious memories help you through this difficult time. Our deepest sympathy goes out to his family. Blessings, Genny and Andrew Yarne
Mr.Morrow, is what all the Lincoln Class of 1965 called him. He taught us Government, American History. He was the best teacher, our favorite! He was one of a kind! Sad to hear of his passing. Sincerely, Bev Wilkinson Petitgout.
I am sorry to learn that Jim has departed. He was a self-directed, respectful, considerate leader of the SPRC at St. Paul's about a dozen years ago. Jim could be counted on to deliver a warm and sincere greeting--along with a handshake and a smile--every Sunday morning as well. He is, and will be, missed.