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March 29, 2016
by Rick_S
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I was notified by Jim's wife Judy today that he passed away Monday 3/28. Here is a portion of the email she sent me.

Rick,

You may have wondered why Jim hasn't written you in some time. Jim has been sick this past year, and about a week ago it all caught up with him with a heart attack, giving him his helecopter ride to St. George, UT. This morning he passed away peacfully (and for the first time in several months, pain free.) He was a very special person, and had a remarkable mind, that unfortunately had begun to fail him the last few weeks.

Jim will be missed. He was a very kind hearted soul. It was an honor to know him.

RIP Jim.

March 29, 2016
by BobaMosfet
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Rick--

Thanks for this. Sucky day. :/

BM

March 29, 2016
by sask55
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That is sad news about Jim. I agree! he will certainly be missed here on this forum. I personally never had the opportunity to meet Jim in person, but never the less, I feel I did know him. I am feeling a sense of loss with his passing.

Darryl

April 10, 2016
by countryguy828
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This is very sad news. I first discovered nerdkits when I was doing a google search on making a tractor pull sled monitor and discovered Jim's thread here in the forums. I was captivated by his post the community and the potential for this device. I long for the day for the nerdkits to return to its former glory.

Jim will be in my thoughts.

Dave

May 14, 2016
by mongo
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WOW... Shocked.

He will be missed.

July 14, 2016
by lnino
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This are really sad news.

RIP Jim.

Nino

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