Jim Hopkins Obituary, Death – We’ll see you on the other side, Jim; we’ll catch up with you then. I would like to express my appreciation to you for everything that you have done for me. Despite the fact that I was only a child at the time, you included me in the activities that you were participating in. You counseled me to never, ever, under any circumstances, play the role of the victim, and you told me to allow other people tell me that I couldn’t do something. You were correct, and whenever one of my boys has made critical remarks, I have reminded them of what you said to them. Demonstrate to them that they are incorrect.
From kicking about the ball in the backyard to playing pick-up games of snow football, basketball, and baseball to participating in organized activities, there are many different ways to participate in sports. The fact that you went to Magnuss’s party after paying him a visit with the lads and visiting with them summed up everything well. You were my Friend. Maintain consideration of a 100-yard out and the possibility of digging dugouts for them. The project was successful in spite of the fact that we had to put in labor both in the morning and in the evening.
Following that, you gave the young guys the instruction to finish circling the area. You were equally devoted to the sports of baseball, football, and wrestling. You would always tell me that becoming a grandfather was the most wonderful thing that ever happened to you, and every time you did, the smile on your face would get bigger and bigger. He is the father of Cara, Ben, and Nathaniel, and he beams with pride whenever he talks about his children. Thank you Jim Hopkins I’m going to miss having in-depth conversations about life with you.