Stories About James

Do you have a memory to share?  Stories about James?  Share them with the world by submitting them to be published on this site.

Submit your stories by following the instructions below:

1.  Register on this site by clicking here.  Follow instructions to verify email address and confirm registration.

2.  Login to site via the Site Login in right column on the Home page.

3.  Click "Submit a Story about James" in the user menu on the right.  (only visible after you have logged in)

4.  Insert your text into the editor (it's a word processor, just use it like you were typing in Word or Works).  You can format your article using the text formatting buttons above the text box.   Click "save" below the Title field (near the top of editor) when you are done.

5.  Your article will be approved and posted to the website within 24 hours (unless we are at a function, then we will get to it as soon as possible.)

If you have any problems with these steps, please contact Wendy.

Thank you!!

 

And now, without further hesitation....

Here Are Your Stories About James -

 

Last Updated on Thursday, 20 January 2011 01:22 Thursday, 20 January 2011 01:06

 

I will always remember James as a 2 year old running up and down the halls of the house with a cape on like a super hero.James was the first blonde grandchild born to the family. We loved his blonde hair.

James as he got older was always funny, chuckling about something.

James was the first grandchild to give my mother the grand title "Mema" This set precedent. She has been "Mema" ever since. And little did any of us know how significant that name became. Everyone calls her Mema even friends do!

I will always remember James and his brothers Jon and Jesse on Sundays all dressed in their Sunday best. What a handsome threesome they were in their Sunday best!!Three little blondes. Jordan, James sister had not been born yet.

James loved his brothers Jon, Jesse, Brandon, Sage and his only sister Jordan. He was so sweet with his littlest brother Sage when he was home before deployment, we have pictures of James holding Sage that are so precious to us all!

James always had a smile from ear to ear and a hug and a kiss for all of us. We miss the hugs and I Love You's very much.

 

 

Stories about James can be shared by his family and friends. 

If you have any stories to share about James, please feel free to share them here!  We'd love to hear them. 

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The below links provide information on what James did as a Fleet Marine Force Corpsman.  Grunt's provides extensive details on James' many ribbons, accomplishments and medals.

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