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09/27/19 03:43 PM #1    

Carolyn Veio

I just found out about Jim's passing.  How terribly sad. Although I didn't know him well, he was always kind and courteous to me. I'd like to offer my deepest condolences to Jim's family and friends.  May you all find healing comfort in the Lord while you mourn your loss. So sorry ... Carol

09/28/19 11:01 AM #2    

Maia Johnson (Ballis)

Thanks for the memories...


09/28/19 02:32 PM #3    

Jane Kidner (Powell)

Jim will be missed by all my family very much. He was very important in my family. e 



09/28/19 03:23 PM #4    

Bill Stromberg

When talking about my reuninions I would alway mention that the "organizer", Jim, had known me longer than anyone other than family.  That's because my mnother told me that she and Jim's mother use to walk the two of us in baby carrianges (remember those).  Jim was a great natural athelete.  He was our best hurdler (albeit with an "unusual" form).  He was also our best shot putter.  In other words he was fast and strong.  Unfortunately, he was selected to be my boxing partner.  I remember little of our bouts.

Jim was extremely creative.  At an unusualy young age, he created an antitheft system for the door to his basement.  He set up a bow and arrow shooting gallery in his garage.  It used real arrows and a large straw target.  When a shooter hit the bullseye someone standing behind a door would turn on the alarm.  Did anyone shoot at the door? .....

I would infrequently communicate with him and rarely see him, but he has always there. No more.

A very fond goodbye Jim.  My sincere condolences to Ann and his family.

Bill Stromberg 

10/07/19 10:10 AM #5    

James A. (Jim) Stehr

I’m deeply saddened by our loss of Jim.  I didn’t know him well at PHS, but I’m pleased to have had the chance to work with him and get to know him in recent years.

He was a skilled and helpful “webmaster” for three or four PHS classes.  I learned about that technology from him occasionally.  But most valuable was the time I spent with him in production of the DVD tributes for Jack Stack and Jim Killian and of the tribute book for Jim Killian.

I really admired Jim L’s quick and ready use of his camera at our gatherings.  He had a natural talent with it.  Our website is all the more valuable and fun, because it contains so many of his great shots.

I also admire him for his service to the City of San Ramon.  His levelheaded, common sense and CALM sense is what we need more of everywhere at all levels of government.  That kind of civic service is often thankless, so it deserves extra recognition at a time like this.

All my very best wishes and condolences to Ann and Jim’s full family.

Most sincerely,

Jim Stehr

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