James Pierce

16 septembre 191814 novembre 2020

James D. Pierce, age 102, passed away on November 14, at his residence in Rose Garden Assisted Living in Grandville. After surviving episodes of illness and injuries, he finally lost the battle against the vicious COVID-19 virus. He was preceded in death by his wife, Juliet, who passed February 26, 2006. Jim is survived by his son, Dr. Wayne (Nancy) Pierce; grandson, Kevin (Lori) Pierce; granddaughter, Kim (Tom) Burrill. Others who will miss their “Gampie” are his great-grandchildren Lindsay, Emily, Amanda, Zach, and Kelly; and his special dear friends Ed and Judy Perrin. Jim was a highway truck driver for 40 years until he retired. He then worked for Perrin Marine Sales in Grandville. Visitation will be held from 12-1 p.m. on Friday, November 20, 2020 at Cook Funeral Home in Byron Center, 2067 84th St., Byron Center, Michigan. A private family funeral will be held with interment following at Grandville Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Emmanuel Hospice or Sunset Living Centers. The family wishes to thank the staff at Rose Garden for their wonderful care and love given to Jim in his years as a resident there.

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Luz Vandyke

novembre 20, 2020

Jim was a great caring person That we all love so sorry to the family my prayers to you all he will be miss Luz

Mary Declark

novembre 19, 2020

Dr. Pierce so sorry to hear of the passing
of your father.
Always remember all the wonderful memories
that you had with your dad❤️
Your in my prayers and thoughts during
this time.
With our deepest sympathy
Dan and Mary DeClark

Jean Roon

novembre 19, 2020

My sympathy to the family. Mr Pierce was a client of mine for many years and we always enjoyed talking about cottage life, since he had a cottage on Brooks Lake and I have one on Hess Lake. It was a pleasure to be his agent for many years. He truly was a fine gentlemen and it was an honor to have known him and your mother. Jean Roon. Ottawa Kent Insurance Agency