On December 21, 1942 Jim Job came into the game. On January 28, 2015 he checked back out. He played the game with wisdom, kindness and personal responsibility. He used his time.
Jim saw the sunrise over glass calm lakes, heard the songs of wild birds and mountain streams, smelled the pines and wildflowers of many summers. Jim tasted the breath of a free man when the wind blew thought his beard and he felt the love of the wife and best friend he adored the most.
Not wishing for eulogy or ceremony, he will be privately remembered by all of the people and dogs that loved him.