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04/13/10 09:39 PM #1    

 

Terry Lovelady

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05/16/10 01:33 PM #2    

 

Brenda Forrest (Griffith)

Thanks Terry, this is really awesome, so many memories.


06/22/10 10:45 AM #3    

Becky Smith (Stulce)

Thanks to all of you who worked so hard to make the reunion a success. Arnie and I had a great time!

Becky Stulce


06/22/10 09:46 PM #4    

William Dude Moore

It was good to see you all again - It brought back many memories of those days at Soddy-Daisy.  Thanks to those people who worked to make this happen, and especially to those who were able to track me down in Pennsylvania.

Bill "Dude" Moore

 


12/05/11 08:51 AM #5    

Willa Sue Cox (Beasley)

On the passing of Jim Barker:

 

Jim Barker was a good friend for a lot of years..  I am lucky that we reconnected over this past year and shared 

many great conversations over life in general with him.  Jim could always make you laugh and he hadn't lost his

touch.  I will miss him.


12/05/11 11:03 AM #6    

 

William Hutcheson

On Jim Barker's passing,

Jim and I went through grades 1-12 and were friends beyond that, but I want to remember him as follows:

Standing on a motor scooter at 30mph with no hands.

Driving his perfectly clean red Mustang with spotless white interior.

Making everyone laugh.

I miss you ol man,

Sincere regards,

Hutch

 


12/05/11 06:54 PM #7    

 

Mike Williams

Jim was one of the most gentle souls I have had the honor to call friend. He stayed in touch with my Mom during my Dad's battle with Parkinson's disease which gave her great comfort. Rest easy my friend. You will be missed.

12/06/11 06:49 PM #8    

Rick Yother

Jim was a great friend and he will be missed by all. Jim was not only a classmate but was my part time partner when we both worked for the Soddy Daisy Police Department.  Like Mike said Jim was a gentle soul but he was always there to back me up in bad situations. You could always count on Jim Barker. Over the last couple of years Jim would join us at DoughHeads for Thursday night Karaoke and he was always willing to sing us a tune.    I know he is now signing in Heaven.  Jim Rest in Peace you will be missed.

An honor to have been your friend

Rick Yother


12/06/11 07:00 PM #9    

Becky Smith (Stulce)

Jim Barker was a great guy. He entertained me with his wit from seventh grade on (and Arnie from first grade). I know that Heaven is a happier place now that Jim is there. Rest in peace, old buddy.

Arnie and Becky Stulce


08/22/13 09:40 PM #10    

Charles Henderson

Would love to join you people but playn golf tourney that day, hope this can happen again more often. Hello to everyone!


09/02/16 01:41 AM #11    

 

Jerry Williams

Enjoyed going to UTC and seeing Jim daily. We were in golf class together and had fun playing East Ridge Golf Course. We were in English together, UTC and were told there was a William Shakespeare Statue on Lookout Mountain, before topping the crest of Senic Highway, off the road and trail, in the woods. Jim and I decided to try and find it. We did, and were surprised to see it in the woods on the historical mountain. We shared an excellent Professor of English and shared History together. We studied part time and he made going into a new venue from our safe haven, Soddy-Daisy High, a more comfortable experience. I am grateful to call Jim, friend. What a good guy, and Heaven is a better place with him in it.

Jerry


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