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Van Loo, James A.
Van Loo, James A.
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Van Loo, James A.

Date of Death: February 6, 2017

Service Details
In accordance with his wishes cremation has taken place and there will be no services.

Passed away peacefully at home with family present on February 6th, 2017, after a short battle with cancer. Jimmy was born October 19, 1932 in Kalamazoo, MI. He loved life, fishing, bowling and golf. He is survived by his twin brother, Johnny Van Loo; and a niece, Sandy Fuller and husband, Craig; also by his dear friend, Abbey Tohlonski-Farmer, and many good friends at RJ"s and McDonald's. He also adored his favorite cat, Buddy. He served in the Air Force in Japan from 1953-1957. He retired from James River (Georgia Pacific) after 40 years of service.

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4 comments on article "Van Loo, James A."

Vivian McMahon

I made 2 leather wallets for Jim. Every time I happen to run into him some place, he would pull out the wallet and show me that he still had it. He as always so upbeat and friendly


Dawn

R.I.P. Jimmy.. you and Johnny lived on Amherst Ave. a few houses down from me, in the 50's. You were older and moved away, but I again ran into you many years later when I had a college summer job at the plant on Milham Rd. Often working 11-7 with other college aged kids, we would meet you and a few others at Studio Lounge for a beer 🍻 after work... you were always happy and a lot of fun.


Sandy and Craig

You are sorely missed and greatly loved!!!

S & C


Johnny Van Loo

Life will never be the same without him. when you are a twin

and you loose your better half you will understand what the

other half is going through. That would be me his other half.

JOHNNY VAN LOO

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