Obituaries

Guest Book (Jim H. Kint)

David & Nola Means - June 25th, 2012 at 2:34pm
Thanks for letting us be a part of your loving family. Wonderful times spent with Jim and Lila are now treasured memories. Their life together was amazing, even right from the start...it just was meant to be! Gentle hugs to everyone.

Cherie Braun and family - June 22nd, 2012 at 3:53pm
I have to echo everything the Schneider family so eloquently said and I'll add that Jim has been my second Dad for all the years I remember. The world is a much better place having hosted Jim for those years, and we will greatly miss him, but I'm happy he is where he belongs -- With my second Mom, his bride of many years, Lila. Love you, Jim! And Lila too! Save us a place up there, guys. The Braun Family Cherie, Terry, Katie and Amy

Marian, Kenny, Keith, Jeannie, & Carolyn Schneider - June 21st, 2012 at 4:54pm
Jim was and will remain a true friend forever in the hearts of all the Schneiders. We enjoyed every moment we spent with him-softball matches, ice cream socials, volleyball matches, horse shoes, water fights at the firehouse or picnic and every sport know to man-he loved to play and encourage kids to be a part of community get-togethers at Inter-Canyon and Sampson Community Club. He was a ruthless pitcher in matches but threw kind pitches to young girls in matches between fire departments and sheriff deputies. He even threw grapefruits painted white when a deputy stood up to the mound. We even played basketball on donkeys. Jim scored more than anyone on the Inter-Canyon team (17 points!) had had three fouls, kicking another mule, grabbing reins, illegal excrement on the court! He was a true sportsman and decorated with antlers every season. The garage was called kiddingly the trophy garage by all his pals. Our true memory was all the fires in the woods and people's homes. Jim was like an old reliable war horse--every ready and reliable. He was a great fireman and held the rank of captain because of his keen abilities. His engine, Old 50, roared like a lion in the echoing canyon. Jim would sneak out with the youth and let them take a spin at the wheel of the engines, especially old 55' an army 4x4 and his first assigned truck as a lieutenant. He was a solid mentor to so many at the fire station. All of the local and Schneider kids thought of him as an uncle and loved him dearly. We loved his deep quiet laugh and that kind look of friendship through his thick glasses. He was quite a gift on this earth. We' ll always miss him and Lila, the Deer Creek Canyon angels of mercy. It a better world knowing there up guarding our community like they did in the physical world. May a final siren play for Jim in you all's hearts.

Jeni and Clay Lotspeich - June 21st, 2012 at 3:10pm
Miss you grandpa!!! Heres a thumbs up to you!

Jim and Cindy Kint - June 20th, 2012 at 11:15pm
Love you and miss you Dad.

Janet and Nick Brunswig - June 20th, 2012 at 9:54pm
We love you grandpa!

John & Shirley Kint - June 20th, 2012 at 5:33pm
Miss you Dad. have a grand journey.


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