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November 28, 1932 - September 10, 2022

A visitation will be held on Thursday, September 15, 2022 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM at Joldersma & Klein Funeral Home, with a time for memory sharing at 6:30 PM. Private interment will be at Prairie Home Cemetery in Richland. The family would like to express their appreciation and gratitude to Provision Living at Oshtemo for the care they gave to Jim during his final days. Family and friends are encouraged to share a memory of Jim or a condolence message online at or by bringing a written to message to visitation.

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I was hoping to come and give honor and respect for Jim's life as well as encourage all of you. What a wonderful family you are!!! I pray for God's comfort in the days ahead as you miss him. Love and blessings, Marti

Posted by Marti Wiersema on September 15, 2022

Jim was a super nice guy! He ALWAYS had time to listen to whatever you had to say! He will be greatly missed!

Posted by Steve & June Anson on September 14, 2022

I want to leave my deepest condolences to Steven and the whole family for the loss of Jim. I got to know Jim back in the years we played together in a band. We had good times playing with several guys that played jazz, not like what is being played today, but a much nicer music to hear. Jim was a very good base man which was important back then. I did know Betty even though she didn't attend any job the band had. This past year, I met with Jim for breakfast in Comstock and Michell's on Gull Road, we had good talks about music and the band we played in. I have missed Jim for many years throughout, and finally glad we got together again, just wasn't long enough. Jim now will be with Betty again and in a better place too. God rest Jim's soul. Ray Fuller

Posted by Ray Fuller on September 13, 2022

Uncle Jim was such a delightful and open minded man, anytime there was any sort of a family gathering, uncle Jim and I would seek each other Out because we both look forward to talking to each other .. and believe me when I say, we talked about and shared everything .. uncle Jim will be so missed . I will never forget when I was younger and we would go to his house, uncle Jim and aunt Betty, he used to have a pet ( I want to say bull) . I was absolutely fascinated, that not only someone had a pet bull , yet my own uncle had one . Sending prayers for strength, courage for healing and love to Steve and the entire family !!! I need to share that uncle Jim has been on my mind ever since the last time I saw him. Due to unforeseen circumstances, we were not able to get together and do lunch and spend time together .. that breaks my heart . I love you uncle Jim, RIP ❤️🙏

Posted by Chris Harmon on September 12, 2022