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Jim and I were friends in North Liberty way back when. He was warm and giving. I was shocked to learn in June of '18 of his death as I have been living in FL and hadn't seen him for a few years. Rest in peace, dear friend.

Posted by: Judy Nelson - New Port Richey, FL - friend   Jun 08, 2018

I remember his story of his mom dressing chickens and misplacing one of them, which he found in his white convertible, 1960s was it? We had so many laughs.

Posted by: doris montag - iowa city, IA   Jan 27, 2016

Me and uncle Jim were best friends he would do anything for any one and give me joy and happy ness every day may he be off with his loving family in haven I love you uncle Jim

Posted by: Grant - Riverside, IA - Uncle   Jan 22, 2016

We are very sad to hear of Jims passing your family is on our thoughts and prayers

Posted by: Ron & Kathy Rath - Riverside, IA - Friends   Jan 21, 2016

I sure am going to miss that big smile and those cold Millers we would have when I was finished cleaning. RIP my Friend ! You WILL be Missed !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by: Chalre Hull - Iowa City, IA - Friend/ best Damn cleaninng lady   Jan 21, 2016

Jimmy Jeep was one of my brothers best friends growing up! He would pick us up in his old jeep & we would bounce over every bump & rut there was! He was quite a talker & a character all his own!
My sympathies to the family!

Posted by: Linda Novy Burkart - Yakima, WA - Friend from years ago   Jan 21, 2016

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Posted by: Jay Proffitt - Solon, IA - friends   Jan 21, 2016

Wes and Shelly, you all have been in our prayers this week. We are so sorry for your loss.

Posted by: Julie and Steve Lacina - Iowa City, IA   Jan 20, 2016

I will always miss his jokes (mostly at my mom's expense) and the tone of his voice. And just how kind he was to us when we were kids. My brother, sister and I were the youngest grandkids for a long time. My uncle would one minute be having a loud conversation (yelling, that is how they talked) with his brothers, then turn to us and ask us how we were doing, in a calmer voice, of course. He always

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Posted by: Marcy Prybil - Orlando, FL - Niece   Jan 20, 2016

Jim always held a special place in my heart. He worked for my late husband, Mike Volk at the DOT. Jim was a kind and gentle soul. Always there when you needed him and would do anything for you. Mike really enjoyed Jim and teased him all the time. He cooked for both our sons rehearsal dinners and was very paticular. Now you can see some of your buddies in heaven. I will miss your smile and teasing. Losts of Love Donna

Posted by: Donna Volk Schnake - Riverside, IA - Friend   Jan 20, 2016