Condolence: I was Corporal Jim Kinder's Platoon Commander during his tour at 3rdBn 6th Marines from 1984-87. He was an exceptional "one of a kind" Marine, a great personality and a true patriot at heart. I will always have fond memories of his easy going sense of humor and how the platoon seemed to center around him. This was still evident just two years ago when many of us got together at a platoon reunion at Camp Lejeune, NC. My deepest condolences to his family and long long list of friends. We will miss Jim and his energy. Fair winds and following seas Marine!
Condolence: So sorry to hear about “Big Jim’s” passing. I served with him in the Marine Corps and have many fond memories of our time together. Big Jim was always the life of the party and all the guys loved him. RIP brother!
Condolence: I served with Jim many years ago as a Marine in Comm Platoon, 3/6. Jim was my friend and our nickname for him was "Big Jim"! Jim was a good Marine and one was one of the hardest working men that I have known.Jim always had the knack to make all of us laugh with his stories! He was loyal to his friends and I am proud to have called him my brother!Prayers for his family! Semper Fi my brother and rest easy!
Condolence: One of the biggest concerns most people have is what happens when our loved ones fall asleep in death? Perhaps you too may have wondered about this. The Bible assures us they are unaware or unconscious, not knowing nothing at all. They are simply sleeping in the grave. However; our heavenly Father promises that he will awaken many that have fallen asleep in death.