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Thread Review for Jim Anson (newest post first)
airgrabber Posted on 7:33 am on July 20, 2016
Sorry to hear this. Great guy for sure. He will truly be missed.

(Edited by airgrabber at 7:33 am on July 20, 2016)
OHEKK Posted on 7:11 am on July 16, 2016
This is sad news!

Jim and Molly were "Car People"!

They were regular attendees of WNC since we were at Pistol Pete's. They would be at most of the shows in the area.

When he couldn't attend all evening, Jim would often stop by the Gasthaus just to say Hi .

I'll miss seeing Jim's smiling face with his beloved Chrysler 300, '55 Ford or his new Challenger.

RIP Jim!
Len Posted on 10:48 pm on July 15, 2016
I regret to report that Jim Anson has passed away. His funeral is Saturday July 16th at the Schmidt & Bartlett Funeral Home at 1 PM (service at 3PM) located at W250 N6505 Highway 164 in Sussex

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