We send our sympathy and love to Bev in memory of a wonderful friend and fellow scroller, Jim.
We enjoyed many visits to their home and their times with us in Branson at scrollsaw club meetings
and at our home.
Although we have not lived close by for some time now, our friendship has continued strongi in our
Be at peace, dear friend.
Thank you Jim for all your service to the lake area and for your part of raising four wonderful children. I am proud to have known all of them. I still have the wooden name of Jesus you made for me. It sits on a shelf in my office near a Smith Boys Service lighter that I acquired years earlier.
You will be missed but not forgotten my friend.....
Jim Smith family; I am so sorry for your loss.
Rick; come by and talk anytime, you are always welcome.
We were all sad to hear of Jim’s passing. Although separated by many miles, his memory will endure. My father, Paul J. Baker, spoke so highly of his extended family and Jim was one of those cousins. Bev we all love you and wish you the very best going forward. You were a GREAT wife and loving partner.
Larry E. Baker from the north eastern INDIANA and beyond SMITH FAMILY COUSINS