In Memory

James Still - Class Of 1967

Deceased Classmate: 1967 James Still
Date Of Birth: 12-16-1948
Date Deceased: 09-2014
Age at Death: 64
Cause of Death: 
Classmate City: Palm Beach Gardens
Classmate State: FL
Classmate Country: USA
Was a Veteran: Yes Air Force
Survived By: Ginger Still Kemp



 
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02/14/15 12:58 PM #1    

James McKeich (1967)

I'm truly sorry for the death of Jim Still. I always considered him a good friend in high school. I enjoyed our conversations and the many good times we had. I also enjoyed seeing him at our reunions and reliving times of past. I was looking forward to seeing him again at the reunion on May 16th. He was smart, intelligent and a joy to be around. I offer my prayers to the family. I also want everyone to remember the good times they had with Jim and not mourn his lost, but celebrate his life. He is gone, but not forgotten. Thanks Jim for everything.


02/15/15 02:19 PM #2    

Kevin Griffin (1967)

I was really looking foward to seeing Jim at the 2015 Hornet Buzz....Everytime we had a Buzz,, Jim and I would find a quite place and chat for at least an hour...What a memory he had...Rest in peace Jim....Kevin     


02/15/15 03:51 PM #3    

Gary McDaniel (1967)

I will as well will miss Jim at the Hornet Buzz. He was always the first to initiate an introduction and extend a hand shake.

Gary McDaniel (1967)  


02/15/15 06:40 PM #4    

Don Woodall (1967)

Jim was always looking for the best in those he met.  He was not always met in the same way but continued to remain an influence for good.  He was always attuned to the latest about classmates he had seen or heard about and was quick to share it if you met him anywhere particularly, in the Publix aisles.  He will be missed.


02/15/15 07:52 PM #5    

Thomas Garrett (1967)

I have been sad all day upon learning of Jim's demise. I will miss him. In school at lunch he would hang with me, Sam Pepper, Mel Sawyers, and James West. We affectionately called him "Lurch". He was a good guy when you gave him a chance. Our military paths crosssed when in 1974, during a semester break at Mississippi State where I was attending under an Air Force Scholarship, I had to go to Columbus AFB for a hernia repair. Jim was stationed there as a hospital admin type. He noticed my name on the admittance sheet and came by for a visit. He spent a good hour reminisching.

In the last four years we reconnected over the internet and established a good friendship. I leanred a lot more about him over that time frame and he taught me to look on the inside of people and not just the surface. He had one love in his life and if you knew Jim well, you know who it was.

Goodbye my friend, and rest in peacel.


02/16/15 10:34 AM #6    

Deborah Rowbotham (Sacchi) (1967)

I was so sad to see that James had died. He wrote me the sweetest notes when I was going through my kidney transplant. Offered to help drive me to dr. and always had a kind thing to say. I knew he was having clotting issues in his legs but I had no idea it was serious. So sorry not to see him at future reunions.


02/16/15 12:49 PM #7    

Mel Sawyers (1967)

I considered Jim a friend in high school and always good to be around. He will be missed by many but he will shine in his new residence. My sympothys go out to all his friends and family. Godspeed to Jim. Rest in peace my friend.


02/17/15 09:06 PM #8    

Elizabeth Williams (Cowles) (1967)

I hate to hear this.  Jim was so friendly at the reunions.  I didn't know him well in school but always enjoyed seeing him at the reunions.  Sad day.


02/19/15 08:28 AM #9    

Susan Price (Duncan) (1967)

Absorbing the loss of another old friend is part of who we are these days, but none the less very difficult to realize that Jim will not be with us. He was a great part of the reunions, always sticking with us crazy people who stayed  up all nite reminiscing. His quiet demeanor was a challenge to me to crack into his inner soul, but the rewards were worth it when he opened up a little. Peace and Love, Jim.


02/20/15 09:37 PM #10    

Leslie Goin (Binder) (1967)

I will miss seeing Jim at the reunion, he always remembered all the details of the past. Ginger, we will miss your brother. God bless you, Leslie Goin Binder


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