Condolences for James E. Poole

Terry Flannigan posted on 7/27/17

He will be missed. Proud to have had him in our wedding party.

 

Phil Flannigan posted on 7/27/17

Although I have not seen my Uncle Jim in many years due to long distance, I have many fond summer time memories being at his place as a child. At 5-6 years old he let me cut his grass and drive the lawn tractor myself as my folks Terry & Mary Jane looked on nervously ! Raccoons and kittens in the garage, playing by the pond, all great memories that will last forever! We know you have moved on to a better place, love ya Uncle Jim!! Phil Flannigan

 

Ken & Carol, Matt & Ryan Lauer posted on 7/27/17

The Lauer family sends our condolences. We first met Jim at the Burton Antique Engine show in 1998 when he came up to our son's tractor and struck up a friendship. Jim became a great friend and through his enthusiasm for antique machinery (tractors, outboards, etc.) and his enthusiasm for Canada has changed our lives.

 

Susan Tinge Payton posted on 7/25/17

I'm sorry to hear that my Uncle Jim Poole passed, and went home to be present with the LORD this week. He will be greatly missed; because he was greatly loved. My heartfelt condolences to his family & friends as you grieve the loss of Uncle Jim in your lives on this earth. I hold you up in prayer. I also rejoice with you as imagine him now in heaven enjoying eternal life, where you will see him again someday. We continue to believe and trust that the best in life is still yet to come for everyone of us. as we jare oint together with each other in Christ Jesus. May GOD bless, keep and increase you greatly is our prayers. With much love, Susie

 

 

Jackie kleve posted on 7/25/17

you will be greatly missed

 

 

Jackie kleve posted on 7/25/17

You will be greatly missec

 

Matthew Emrick posted on 7/25/17

Grandpa Poole was an awesome gentleman to know. Many good stories. Lots of wisdom. He will be missed by many.

 

 

Joyce and Carl Prinkey posted on 7/25/17

so sorry to hear we had alot of awesome time together at the house with Jim and Dorothy and out boys fishing at the lake