James A. Wolf

October 27, 1936 - August 19, 2013
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James A. Wolf, age 76, of Crown Point, passed away on Monday, August 19, 2013 at St. Anthony Medical Center. Jim is survived by his children: Connie Rick Smith, James Julie Wolf and Debbie Don Raab; grandchildren: Wendy Bult, Rick Marki Smith, Heather Seth Norwalk, Heidi Wolf, D.J. Raab, Nick Raab, Ashlee Hunt, Anthony Hunt,Continue Reading

Ron & Eileen Szymborski left a message on August 30, 2013:
We send our deepest sympathy and was so sorry to hear of your loss. We remember your Dad fondly when we lived in St. John. Ron use to play ball with him years ago in Jim's big yard. I remember he always gave his seat on the bus to one of the girls. We will miss him!!! Ron & Eileen
Carol A Lee left a message on August 23, 2013:
To Debbie, Don and Jim's family, please accept our sympathies on the loss of your Dad, grandfather, brother and friend. We pray that one day you will be united with him in heaven. God bless you.
william j. iddings left a message on August 22, 2013:
jimmy we will miss you
David and Kim Cox left a message on August 21, 2013:
Uncle Jim, we are going to miss you and your practical jokes very much. Thanks for being a wonderful uncle..xo
Mary Berg left a message on August 21, 2013:
On behalf of my family, Jeanne Stark Berg, who is Jim's first cousin, we send our condolences. There is such an extended Stark Family, yet at the reunions, my mother always looked forward to visiting with 'Jimmy'. Our prayers to all of you in these days of memories, sprinkled with love. Mary Berg George and Lil Stark's granddaughter
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Patrick Rick and Marsha Miller left a message on August 20, 2013:
Uncle Jim was a very important part of our life. Our conversations by phone and our visits were alway so enjoyable and memorable. Jim, Norna, and Shirley have taught us so much love, family, friendship and chickenfoot. We kept trying to get him to visit us in Colorado but he would not fly. Jim said some day he would get someone to drive with him. We love you Uncle Jim and will miss you greatly. To the Family our hearts and prayers are with you at this time we feel the sorrow with all the family. We will not be attending for we're in Idaho with our daughter Keri who is having surgery on Thursday. We love you all, Rick and Marsha
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