James Robert Stultz
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|Kim, Scott, Will and Zack,
We only met Jim a couple of times, but he certainly made his impact on us! His sense of humor, especially about his health, will always be an inspiration. We can only imagine how difficult this time is for you. We are here for anything you need.
Mel, John and Gabbi|
|From: The Starneri's 01/05/2009 04:30 PM|
|We are saddened to hear of your loss. Mr. Stultz was a great teacher and basketball coach to myself and my brothers. And to my delight I ordered a singing Valentine 26 years after having him for teacher and he walks into my living room to sing!! How great he was!
Sincerely, Tammy Smith, Jerry Smith, Eddie Williams, |
|From: Tammy Smith 01/05/2009 04:30 PM|
|Barb, I am sorry for your loss. I think about the good times that we had in the past. I did not know your husband very well but I know that he was a kind and caring person. My prayers are with you and your family. Love - Vivian Arnold|
|From: Vivian Arnold 12/31/2008 02:26 PM|
|I am saddend to hear about the loss of Mr.Stultz.He was my 6th grade teacher.He was always very kind and I never seen him frown even when he was haveing a bad day.He was one of the best teachers I had in Elementary school. He had a passion for teaching not only schooling but life lessons also.He will be missed by many but forever live in our memories and hearts.God bless the family and know he is watching over you all right now.|
|From: Crystal Pardue-East 12/31/2008 02:26 PM|
| I had Mr Stultz as a teacher in the old Hope Elementary building on Washington St. In the winter the heating system would run amok and we'd have every window in the room open and still be sweating.
He kept a good attitude thru this and any other little hiccup the old building threw at him, That's my strongest memory of Mr Stultz, his good humor and smile.
I doubt I'd be the person I am today without his influence, I imagine most of his former students would say the same.
He will definitly be missed.|
|From: David L. Mix 12/31/2008 02:26 PM|
|I am very sorry for your loss. I was blessed to have had him as a teacher and a friend. We kept in touch for many years. He attended my wedding back in the late 80's. I will miss him terribly. He has blessed my life in many ways.
God Bless his family and give them strength.
|From: Pam Kottkamp (Caffee) 12/31/2008 02:26 PM|
|Barb and Kim,
Our families' thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. We miss seeing you all at chorus events (both men's and women's).
Kathy and Lonnie
Jacob and Jenifer
|From: Kathy & Lonnie Smith 12/31/2008 02:26 PM|
|Barb and Kim, we're so very sorry to hear this news. We've all lost a friend -- such a kind, gentle guy who always had a friendly smile and hello, and a little sparkle in his eye. He'll be missed by so many. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Brad, Ann, and the kids|
|From: The McAlexanders 12/31/2008 02:26 PM|
|Barbara & Family,
My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of loss. I know he had been sick for a long time. Even though he will be at peace, you and your family will find the strength needed. If you want to talk, call me.
|From: Barbara Burcham 12/31/2008 02:26 PM|
|Kimberly, Barbara, & Family,
We would like to offer our deepest condolences for the loss of Jim. So many memories I carry of Jim mostly as a father figure at a time when I so needed one. The kindness of your family made up some of my childhoods fondest memories. I know that Kim holds a special place in her heart for her daddy and with good reason he was simply an amazing father & teacher of all in life. I will forever cherish the memories Jim and your family have provided me. It is not enough to say you are in my thoughts and prayers through this time, but rather that you will remain there.
Heather & David Swank |
|From: Heather & David Swank 12/31/2008 02:26 PM|
|To the family of Mr. Stultz,
I am so sorry for your loss. I am a former student of his (6th) grade. One of my fondest memories of him is the "time capsule" he had us do while I was his student. Years later we spoke about it, he still had it. If memory serves me right, he dug it up when Hope Elementary moved out on State Road 9. I later volunteered at the school while my son attended and Mr. Stultz and I talked often about that "capsule".
He was always supportive, and cared so much about his students. I am glad my son had the chance to be in his class too. I am so richly Blessed for having known him. I appreciate how kind he was to me.
|From: Martha "Embs" Xenias 12/27/2008 02:48 PM|