In Memory

James Harp

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02/11/15 11:27 AM #1    

David Finster

I knew Jim. and I wish that my aging memory had more specifics to put

here to honor him. Rest in Peace.

02/11/15 08:56 PM #2    

Thomas (Thom) Schuttish

I knew Jim well. He, Norm Dedrick, Rick Pellegrin and I did a lot of goofing off together. Jim really knew how to have fun. He graduated from Chico and had a long career in sales for Moore Business Forms. His wife, Laurie, whom I think he met at DVC, and he moved around the country, ending up in Chicago. His obituary in the Chicago Tribune/Sun-Times said he got tired of sales and opened up two pool parlors in Chicago. They were very successful and illustrated perfectly Jim's penchant for fun. He died at his country home in Michigan, I think shoveling snow. A great guy.   Norm too.  

02/11/15 10:32 PM #3    

David Glen

At the last reunion, Jim was at the top of my list of people I wanted to connect with. I was shocked to hear of his death. Linda Geary said she heard he had a bad heart attack when snow mobiling. He and I were close from eighth grade on when he just moved up from New Orleans. Lots of memories of good times.

03/23/15 08:09 PM #4    

Joanne McLean (Nussen)

Jim was a good friend of mine.  I felt he was a very good friend, always a sincere, responsible friend.  He was always a lot of fun but you could also always count on him.  He loved life and was taken way too soon.  Rest in Peace Jim.

05/19/15 11:24 AM #5    

Linda Razzano (Carroll)

Jim was my back fence neighbor an on occasion when we heard each other in the yard we would hang over the fence and talk for awhile. I didn't see him after high school all that much. But I have no doubt that this smart and sensitive kid grew up to be a great man.

05/19/15 02:19 PM #6    

Barbara Bryant (Blume)

Jim was one of my favorite people ever. He was smart, thoughtful, kind, fun loving, and wise beyond his years. We stayed in touch after he and Laurie moved to the mid-west. Laurie called me when Jim died. He was riding a snow mobile in the Iron Mountain Range and had a massive heart attack. He was doing what he loved with friends. I still miss him and friendship we shared.

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