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Bob Hultman posted a condolence
Wednesday, March 28, 2018I worked with Jim for several years as part of the TC Ry Museum's excursion train program and our Day Out With Thomas The Tank Engine annual event. He was a top-notch car host on car #4717, always willing to do what was needed or required........ His passengers showed their appreciation with their highly favorable comments on the survey forms they completed during our trips. Plus, Jim became our crew baker, baking many delicious cakes he brought for the crew lunches during our layover time at the destination towns. Semper Fi, Jim......... May you rest in peace........ Bob Hultman VP TC Ry Museum
Jane Jackson posted a condolence
Tuesday, March 27, 2018Sorry to learn of Jim Mac's passing. I worked with him at the state. He was always a pleasure to work with. Did not know all about his military service. Wish I had. My dad was in WWII and I like to hear about peoples experiences in the military. Know that he has missed his wife since her passing. They were a very close couple who enjoyed life. He had a good life and lots of nice memories. With regards and sympathy, jane
Charles Clingensmith posted a condolence
Tuesday, March 27, 2018Fair Winds and Following Seas Gunny... The Goat Locker will miss your wisdom and guidance... Rest easy now, for I have the Watch... Love you Uncle Richard. Charles Clingensmith USN Chief Petty Officer (RET)
Gary Leggett posted a condolence
Tuesday, March 27, 2018Brother McMahon and I attended New Hope Baptist together.He was a wonderful, kind person that I will miss very much.He and I had a special bond because Pauline and my mother were the best of friends.Also,Pauline and I shared the same birthday of November 25.I know from personal conversation that Richard missed Pauline tremendously , and he once stated that he was one day closer to being with Pauline.Well,congratulation Richard for you are now in heaven with your precious Pauline.I will miss you at church; especially I will miss your leadership and sense of humor.
Michael Pennington posted a condolence
Tuesday, March 27, 2018Richard is one of my heroes! He was a mainstay and, oh, so faithful servant of the Lord and of His people. He served with us in Bledsoe Baptist Association all of my 22 years as Director of Missions. Always an encourager, Richard served BBA as Treasurer the past several years and on the Stewardship, Missions, Nominating, Credentials and the Ministry Development Teams. Richard virtually never missed an important meeting of BBA. He also served on several mission trips during to D'Iberville MS during Hurricane Katrina recovery. He will be terribly missed by so many in the association. BUT now he is in glory! Reunited with his precious, Pauline. Thank you, Richard, for your friendship and your co-labor in the Lord. I know you've now heard those words, "Well done my good and faithful servant." And, Gunny, I know you're guarding those streets of gold! Semper Fi! To Richard's precious family, my prayers are with you. I am heartbroken that I can't attend the service. We are in Boulder CO on a mission trip, one that Richard wholeheartedly supported, as you can imagine. May God's grace and peace surround, sustain and strengthen you.
David and Peggy Garton lit a candle
Tuesday, March 27, 2018
Debbie Greene posted a condolence
Monday, March 26, 2018Andy and M’Call I know you loved this sweet man dearly. Hold on to those precious memories and your hearts will be forever full of love. I love you both so much.
SFC (Ret) Don Chandler posted a condolence
Monday, March 26, 2018Thank you for your service to our great nation Gunny McMahon. May you enjoy your eternal after life with your loved ones.
Danny and Susan (Long) Oliver posted a condolence
Monday, March 26, 2018We met Mr. Jim after we began volunteering on the Tennessee Central Railway Excursion Train about three years ago. He was a kind person and who was also such a wonderful car host. You definitely missed an experience if you missed riding in Mr. Jim's car! He often made our desserts for lunch and we enjoyed sitting down at lunch visiting with him. Our favorite of all of his desserts was his fruit cocktail cake. He told us once that if he was tired he would cheat a little and make the icing from sweetened condensed milk otherwise he would use all of the individual ingredients and cook it on the stove. It wasn't until after we read Mr. Jim's obituary that we realized that we knew Mr. Jim's brother and sister-in-law, Bob and Beverly McMahon, from our St. John's United Methodist Church days. To Bob and Beverly and the entire McMahon family, you are in our prayers and we hope that your memories, just as ours, of Mr. Jim will ease some of your sadness today and in the days to come. ~Danny and Susan
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Monday, March 26, 2018
Debbie Zimmerman posted a condolence
Monday, March 26, 2018To the Family, Although I did not know him well, he touched my heart on a train trip to Watertown. He sat and told my friend and I some amazing stories. He was gracious enough to take a picture with us and to even stay in touch with an occasional email. He was a true gentleman and was definitely one of the highlights of my trip to Nashville. May he rest in peace. May your memories comfort you at your times of sorrow. Debbie
Andy posted a condolence
Monday, March 26, 2018Thank you Sir for your service to our great Country
Andy lit a candle
Monday, March 26, 2018
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Saturday, March 24, 2018
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