Guest Book for James Eugene McBroom

Provided by Pendleton Pioneer Chapel, Folsom-Bishop

Posted by: Dale & Naomi Golding
Fri October 23, 2020
In our hearts and prayers
 

 
Posted by: Caren Reed
Sat October 24, 2020
Sandy and family,   I am so sorry to learn of the passing of Jim. He, (and your MoM) have always been special to me. He finished my downstairs so i could have my beauty shop. It's been many years that I feel we have had a connection.  Again, I am so sorry.                    
                                                                 Love,  Caren
 

 
Posted by: David Funk
Sat October 24, 2020
It was very sad for me to hear of Jim's passing. A kind man, a honorable man, and a giving man to our class of 1958 and especially to his family which he truly loved.

He was and will always be a great friend, and will be in my thoughts forever. Will miss this kind man, and my very sincere condolence from the heart to his family.

David Funk

 

 
Posted by: Ladd McGowan
Sun October 25, 2020
Sandra, what an awesome woman you have always been.  You always rose obove the obsticles of life and honored our Lord and Savior.  Jim, a man of God, may he rest in peace until the return of our Lord.  Warm and heartfelt regards, Ladd McGowan
 

 
Posted by: Kimberly Carter
Thu October 29, 2020
Sending lots of love to Sandy and the girls and all his loved ones, Jim was a very generous and kind man that I had the pleasure of meeting and working for. He will be greatly missed and we'll have many fond memories..may you all be blessed.
 

 
Posted by: Dennis A. Brumbaugh
Sun November 01, 2020
Dear Sandy & family,
I am saddened to hear of Jim's passing. I remember the first time I met you and Jim at the Coho office. Tom Shields warned me about him and the hunting stories! He would give me his "checking in call" every  year. Not to much business all about family . I will miss those calls.
Sincerely,
Dennis Brumbaugh
 

 
Posted by: Debra Ford
Sat January 23, 2021
Vern & I were thinking of Jim & Sandy recently.  So very sorry to hear of his passing. We always enjoyed our times visiting with them at CoHo, then in Pendleton when they moved there.  Hope Sandy is doing well.  VERN & Debbie Ford