James Calvin Wahnon, Jr - Class of 1978
July 24, 1960 - June 03, 1997
Jimmy was only 37 when his life ended. Jimmy was so handsome, and very smart. He loved life and loved his family. He was a great baseball player. Always the best player on the team. Jimmy left behind a beautiful son who looks just like him. I know that he is looking down at his son from heaven with a proud smile on his face.
'My son Jimmy, I miss you so much, I know you are happy in Heaven with Angelica Rose your little Angel and the rest of the family, One thing you left me was a beautiful grandson Dillon, who is the image of you. Besides looking like you , he has a lot of you in him some of the expressions you used to make, he also makes. He knows all about you, I gave him, all your Baseball pictures and some shirts of yours, He was very happy to have them and has them in his room. Jimmy we all miss you very much and pray for you. come visit me in my dreams I'll be waiting for you. I love you Peace of the lord be with you love Mom' ~ Marie Scime, Aug 16, 2007
'jimmy, its been 10 years since you left us. you are missed so very much, there not one day that goes by that i dont think of you. you were and always will be the love of my life. i keep your memory alive. dillon knows you watch over him. he also knows you loved him very much, dillon felt a hand on shoulder the other day i told him it was you just letting him that you were here i love you.' ~ carolee, Aug 31, 2007
'To My Handsome Nephew, I will always remember your sweet smile and your handsome face. I will never forget all the long talks we had together. I know you are at peace now, praising God in heaven. I miss you, Jimmy. You are forever in my heart, Love, Auntie Carol.' ~ ¬†CAROL GROSS, Jul 31, 2007
'Jimmy - My sweetest brother! I have been thinking of you so much and missing you! I have a lot if memories of you and especially when we worked at Northrup together. You always had a smile on your face and I can still remember how excited you were when you bought your first Jeep and we went outside to look at it. I was so proud of you, you worked so hard for it. I remember watching you at your baseball games and being so proud that you were my brother. May you rest in peace and enjoy Heaven. Please pray for us. I love you.' ~ Your Sister Debbie, Jul 18, 2007
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