Sincere sympathy to Jim's family. I remember Jim as
an excellent co-worker, never afraid to get dirty, and always willing to jump in and help. He will be missed.
Jim, I am glad you worked with my sister, Shelley Miller
at the old phone company, I will treasure our times together. God called you home...Welcome
I was blessed with a special memory of Jim. Last
fall, at my house, we cooked hot dogs over an open fire. Jim was really into it and ate three of them claiming they were better
than the Hamiltons. I think that experience reminded him of his youth. I will miss Jim. He always me made laugh. May he rest
To Jim's family.
Sorry to receive the news of Jim's death, may he rest in piece, and my sympathy to the family. It was a pleasure to work with
Jim at the Telco.
To the Landis Family:
I wish to extend my deepest sympathy for your loss.
Jim was a kind and gracious man; his generosity of spirit will be missed. I consider it a supreme pleasure to have known him.
No one can express the feeling of loss of someone
so close to us, Malika. We can only trust that someone else who has lost can imagine the strength it takes. You
will survive, and keep him alive in your memory.
I did not know Jim very well. I still remember coming up with Chris to visit his grandparents and meeting Jim. We went for
a early fall hike together and it didn't take too long to realize how down-to-earth and cool he was. The world needs more
people like Jim. God bless the Landis family. Our prayers are with you.
Joshua and Jennifer Duncan
I remember Jim quite well from my days in Carlisle.
He was always a bright spot in my life whenever he was around. Although I haven't seen him for several years, I will miss
hoping to see him when I visit Carlisle.
Amy Dietrich (formerly Jeffries)
and I dated years ago, and although we didn't continue our romantic relationship, we continued to be very good friends over
the years. Jim and I had many laughs together; he kept me in check. I'm so glad I was able to see him last summer when
I visited PA. I will miss seeing him on future visits. My heart goes out to his family.
My family and I never had the pleasure of meeting Jim,
but his daughter, Malieka, is a very dear friend of ours. She always speaks with such love and joy about her Daddy, I feel
like we did know him. He must have been a truly wonderful man to have raised such an amazing daughter. I know the world has
lost someone remarkable with his passing. Love and Prayers to Jim's family and friends.
The McGuire Family
Sorry to see you go. RIP
Sorry to hear of Jim's passing. I remember Jim as a good
teammate from CHS wrestling '64. God bless him and family.
Sympathy to all the relatives and friends of Jim.
Unfortunately, I've been out of touch for a long time, but still have fond memories of all the Landis family, in Carlisle,
and at Laurel Lake. My thoughts are with you all at this terrible time which came too soon.
Tish (Dubbs) Lobb
always remember Jim as being a sweet and kind person. My condolences to his family.
Joanie (Oakes) Nichols
Sincerest sympathy to Jim's mother, Malieka, Bill and
all of Jim's extended family. He had a good soul and a ready smile. Conversations with Harp were always lively because he
was so spirited. May countless fond memories of him comfort you now and in the days ahead.
Kathy Kitner Liebrum
I remember the Landis family when I was growing up on
Penn Street. On behalf of my sisters, Jan and Pat, we have the Landis family in our prayers for your loss of Jim.
Jim will be missed. When someone volunteers
tells you something about the heart they possess!
Thank you for sharing him.
He will be in are hearts and
minds always !
When my brother
passed away recently, I received a sympathy card from Jim saying "when I hear the phrase "good guy" I always think of your
I would say he was the best judge of that characteristic because he was a good guy of the
purest and most genuine
He will be missed and remembered
as the good guy.
Please except my deepest sympathies for your loss. He was a very caring son, concerned for his mothers
welfare. He will be missed dearly. Please know he is now in God's loving hands along with his dad.
Dear Marty and
I only found out about Jim this morning from my son, Josh, who catered from L and D Catering. I am so
sorry for your loss and wish I could have been with you on Saturday, but I didn't know and I was ill. My son, Josh,
also sends his sincere condolence as he said you all were such a very nice family.
Sandra Hutton, aka, the seamstress
sorry for your loss. May your memories keep you strong. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Our deepest comdolences at the passing of Jim.
He was excellent in many ways.
Randolph Hays & family
Please let me know if the mentioned deceased is
the chap I new at Rhein Main Air Force base in Germany around 1968. Thank you in advance