James K. Anderson

October 7, 1965April 6, 2011

Arrangements under the direction of Olinger Andrews Caldwell Gibson Chapel, Castle Rock, CO.


  • A Celebration of Life Saturday, April 9, 2011

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Joshua Williams

April 27, 2011

Sam and Laura I am so very sorry for your loss. I loved Jimmy like a brother and was very sad to see him go. I will miss his attitude it fit so well with mine,lol The times we had on Graden especially will be in my memory for ever. Sam if you need anything at all just ask, I am here for you, even if you just need to talk, go get some lunch or go camping, anything at all I am here. God Bless you guys
Josh Williams

Rob & Rebecca Schmitt

April 23, 2011


We are so sorry to hear that you have lost your fight for life, but sure you are more at peace. Our blessings go out to you, and the loved ones you left behind.

You will be missed.
The Schmitt's

Peter Stillmank

April 9, 2011


I am sorry to hear you have left us.

We had a short time working together at InfoPrint, You always had a smile, willing to help me out of technical problem, and created some great solutions for our customers.

We will all miss you and your positive attitude.

You’re the best.

Peter Stillmank, IBMer

Don Otis

April 7, 2011

Well, my brother, we didn't get the news that we wanted.

I have been staring at this terminal remembering all the times we had. I remember when you first interviewed - all snazzy in your suit and tie. We never saw that suit again; maybe it was a rental. I remember how we busted our humps for end of month, the joys of cubefarm life, when the New Animals played that concert on the lawn, moving you into your new house in the snow when I had the flu - MAN, we knew how to have FUN!

I know I was so involved, first on a new team, then out to the field; and then doing a startup in the middle of the worst recession of our time. But, it made me happy to see you there on Skype, like a touch stone to the past. Sorry, I should have called more often, but we always seem to think there is tomorrow, even though the Good Book tells us that we shouldn't assume that.

The world - my world - will be smaller without you. As always, you have my blessings, my prayers, and my love.