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February 24, 1926 - February 9, 2020

Posted by:
R. Scott Homan

Posted on:
February 13, 2020

Jim was one of the kind people that welcomed me, a total stranger, to West Point in 1985. I was employed at the then, First National Bank, and one of my duties was to deliver the mail to the post office. Jim always had a smile on his face and was a quick wit usually with a good story or joke to share. I really enjoyed visiting with him. My condolences to Darlene and family. May God embrace you with his love and compassion during this most difficult of times.

Posted by:
Carol Steffensmeier

Posted on:
February 12, 2020

Dear Darlene, Annie,Greg and Janie, I am so sorry for your loss! Jim was always a very positive force in my life! As a little girl I remember going to the Post Office and always wanting Jim to wait on me because he was so kind and smiling and that big laughter!! And him delivering the mail in all sorts of weather with that same smile! And while I was visiting with Annie, Jim would be in his comfy chair by the staircase watching sports! I have been thinking a lot about Jim the last several days and all those he has left behind. I for sure will miss his presence in this world. Hopefully, your memories will bring you comfort. Love and deepest sympathy, Carol Steffensmeier

Posted by:
Karl Nyquist

Posted on:
February 12, 2020

Jim Strehle, a long-time family friend and West Point stalwart, will be much-missed! We think of him fondly and send condolences to Darlene and the rest of the family. Rest in peace dear friend. KNN

Posted by:
Michael Bendon

Posted on:
February 12, 2020

Darlene, Greg, and Family. I remember those days in the late 70s when we were in West Point. Jim was so good to us, as were all of you. God bless you all. Mike Bendon Kansas CIty, Mo

Posted by:
Marcia Baumert

Posted on:
February 11, 2020

Dear Darlene and family, Jim will live forever in my heart as one of the sweetest, kindest gentleman I will ever meet. Your home has been 'home' for me for many years, always a place of welcome and love. I am so very grateful and will miss Jim's smiling face and cleaver yet always affirming wit. You are in my heart and prayers. I look forward to visiting sometime when the winter winds turn to friendlier breezes. Love and prayers, Marcia