James E. Scheerer
- November 14, 1935 - October 12, 2011
- Fort Wayne, Indiana
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I worked with Jim at Key Lanes, we had some great times there. He always had a smile on his face, and a twinkle in his eye. I had lost track of him when I quit so many many years ago. May he rest in peace. God Bless all of the family, I know he will be missed.
Posted by: Vonda L Roop - Fort Wayne, IN - Friend Oct 17, 2011
To the Miller Family,
Victor and I are sending you prayers and encouragement in this difficult time. I remember taking care of Jim when he had his surgery years and years ago.
The photo album was full of beautiful memories that you and your family will surely enjoy throughout the years.
Giving you strength and keeping you all in our prayers.
Victor and Pamela Kaminski
Posted by: Pamela and Victor Kaminski - Fort Wayne, IN - Friends of Leslie and Jake Mille Oct 17, 2011
We feel honored to have known Jimmy. What a wonderful man. Aways smiling, kind & a twinkle in his eye. We extend our sympathy to all of his family for your loss.
We will never fosrget our visits at Post 241, with Jim.,nor will we forget him.A. Sorry you never made it for "beef & noodles".
Posted by: Gene & Shirley Wolf - Foet Wayne, IN - friend Oct 17, 2011
Farewell Ole Friend.. You will be missed and never forgotten.. Such a great pleasure to be considered your friend...
Posted by: David Ferguson - Fort wayne, IN - Friend Oct 16, 2011
To the family of Jim - our deepest thoughts and prayers are with you. We remember the great times we had with Jim; at home and on deployments. Even though he had a son and daughters we always called him Dad. We will truly miss him.
Posted by: John and Tami Saylor - Marshall, IL - Friend Oct 16, 2011
Jimmy was an friend and mentor to so many of us - even as a wet-nosed Lt - he made me feel like I was a valued member of the Guard family. And the stories and jokes Jim would tell helped us keep a perspective on the important things. Each other. A toast to you Jimmy - thanks for caring! My regards to Shirley!
Posted by: David Brubaker - friend, fellow Guardsman Oct 16, 2011
Sorry you had to "Fly West" so soon. You were one of the best NCOIC's at the Guard. Hope you're with Joe, Steve, Jim, Larry and Rod.
Lt. Col. IND ANG Ret.
Posted by: Bob Lampke - Winter Springs, FL - Friend / Member Indiana ANG Oct 16, 2011
One of the good guys who will be missed. I remember summer camps at Alpena, MI and think of Jim fondly. He is up there in heaven with my dad and alot of others who were patriots like Ed, Don, Max and so many more. Rest in Peace. God Bless America...Major Maria Male-Basile, Retired
Posted by: Maria Male-Basile - Brooksville , FL - Air National Guard member Oct 15, 2011
Jimmy, you are in our memory forever, you were our mentor and our friend. You were truly a gentleman and a gentle man. We will miss you.
Tom & Linda Becker
Posted by: Tom & Linda Becker - Fort Wayne, IN - Friends Oct 14, 2011
I considered Jim a true gentleman and good friend. I was in the Terre Haute unit, and Jim always made me feel welcome whenever I visited the Ft. Wayne unit. He was a very competent and professional airman.
Posted by: Ron Beyers - West Lafayette, IN - A friend in the Air Guard Oct 14, 2011