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1937 – Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Service Information
Buffalo United Methodist
Sat. 5/24
1 PM

Visitation Information

Longtime educator for Buffalo School District, James Wilcox, of Maple Lake, died Tuesday, May 13 in Texas after the sudden onset of CJD (Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease) symptoms.

James was born in 1937 in Choteau, Montana. He is survived by wife, Joan; children: Kent Wilcox, Teresa (Terry Barnhardt) Wilcox, and Lane (Valerie) Wilcox; brother, Charles Wilcox; sisters: Joy (Louis) Husmenn, and Sharon (Wayne) Anderson; and many more loving family and friends

Memorial services will be held 1:00 P.M. Saturday, May 24 at the Buffalo United Methodist Church with Pastor Emeritus Del Kurtz officiating. Visitation will be one hour before the funeral at church. In lieu of flowers, donations are preferred to: the CJD Foundation.

7 Guestbook Entries

  1. Kip & Marci Wold

    Dear Joan and family,
    We were so very saddened to hear of Jim’s passing. Kip and I will always remember Jim’s wonderful smile and contagious laugh. Jim was a wonderful man that we will miss dearly! Our deepest sympathy to all of Jim’s family.
    Love,
    Kip & Marci

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  2. Jane M. Burns

    Joannie…What a treasure we lost…I so thought so highly of this gentleman…He was so great at everything he did…and I especially loved his laugh…I am out of town this week-end so will miss the services…Please know that I am thinking of you and your family in a special way…Much sympathy…Jane Burns

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  3. Bette Cantin

    Joan & Family
    My thoughts and prayers to you at this sad time.

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  4. Karen & Stu Melby

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you. I am sorry we could not come to the service. I will always remember Jim and his camping trips to Montana. Love to the family,

    Karen and Stu Melby, Minot, ND

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  5. Dan Tilus

    I am very sorry for your loss! I had Jim as a teacher and a driving instructor. I remember he had lane with him and we had to stop at the happy chef to push the button to hear him speak:) He also came into my restaurant Brooks in buffalo and we will miss him!He always had a smile!
    Kent take care! Sincerely Dan Tilus

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  6. Dale and Rachel Tormondsen

    Dear Joan and Family,

    We are so sorry for your loss. We have such wonderful memories of Jim when we were in Buffalo. We learned so much from Jim’s wonderful gardens. He was a master of gardening. Jim had a wonderful sense of humor and he was fun to be around. He also was a wonderful husband,father and friend. I know he will be missed.
    Warm regards,
    Rachel and Dale

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  7. Shelly (Steffens) Theis

    Mrs. Wilcox…
    You are not going to remember me but I was in your first grade class in 1966 at St. Michael. I have wanted to find you for 30 years to say Hi and Thank you for being such a wonderful teacher.
    My sympathy on losing your husband ~ we just buried my Mom yesterday.

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