OBITUARY

James Andrew Love III

March 25, 1963March 6, 2019

James Andrew Love, III, age 55, of Fremont, Indiana, passed away on Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at his home.

He was born on March 25, 1963 in Fort Wayne, Indiana to James A. and Barbara (Fincannon) Love.

Jim married Carol (Cayot) on November 9, 1984 in Wells County, Indiana.

He was the owner of Jim Love Plumbing Service, Fremont, Indiana.

Jim formerly lived in Fort Wayne, and later graduated from Fremont High School in 1982. After high school, Jim graduated from trade school and became a licensed plumbing contractor. He attended the Madison Church of God, Montpelier, Ohio, and was involved in mission work in Haiti and Estonia. His hobbies included hunting, fishing, nature, and being outside.

Survivors include his wife Carol Love of Fremont, Indiana, his parents, James and Barbara Love of Snow Lake, Fremont, Indiana, sisters, Carrie (Ron) Repine of Grabill, Indiana, and Evy (Dave) Juras of Fort Wayne, Indiana, a brother, Dean Love of Snow Lake, Fremont, Indiana, and many nieces and nephews.

Visitation hours will be held from 4 pm until 7 pm Monday, March 11, 2019 at Beams Funeral Home, Fremont, Indiana.

Graveside Services will be held at 11 am Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at Hoverstock Cemetery, Zanesville, Indiana, with Pastor Steve Whetstone officiating.

Memorial donations in his memory are requested to the Zanesville Church of God, Zanesville, Indiana.

  • DONATIONS

  • Zanesville Church of God

Services

  • Visitation Monday, March 11, 2019
  • Graveside Service Tuesday, March 12, 2019
REMEMBERING

James Andrew Love III

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Barbara Hendrick

March 11, 2019

My deepest sympathies to the entire Love family. l got to know Jim the past several years as he was the person I called for any plumbing issues with various client's homes that I was selling. He was always so helpful and responded no matter what time of day it was. Jim was truly a good person. He always had a smile on his face and a kind word to say. He will be missed.

Kelly Robinson-Brown

March 10, 2019

Sending my thoughts and prayers to the Love Family. So many school memories involve Jim-such a big flirt! He was even my Sometimes Boyfriend! He had a larger than life personality, always a good "spearin" story and very funny. Kept many of us laughing. Always remember his smile. Heaven certainly gained an Angel-the edges of his wings may have been a bit worn from his orneriness but truly a "big man with an even Bigger Heart".

Love to You All,

Kelly❤

Melanie Varner

March 9, 2019

Carol,

I was very saddened to hear of Jim’s passing. I remember him helping Valerie and I when her car wouldn’t start. He knew just what the problem was. We were so grateful.

I also remember how kind you were to me when we worked together. Thank you for that.

Karen (Berry) Lautzenhiser

March 8, 2019

I’m a fellow classmate of Jim’s from FHS 1982. He was a funny guy!! He was a big teddy bear with a big heart. Always enjoyed watching him play football 🏈 and listen to his fishing stories. May you RIP James A Love ❤️

Anita Feller

March 8, 2019

My heart is broken.i will never forget you RIP Jim Love. My prayers go out to the family.

Jessica Henderson

March 7, 2019

I used to work at The Waterfront Bistro, Jim and a lady and gentleman came in for lunch quite often.
One day as they were leaving, I noticed he had plumbing on the side of his truck and I just happened to need someone to work on my sink and the bathtub was leaking. I had several people come and try to help. All for free and all unsuccessful at their attempts. I explained to Jim my financial situation and told him I wouldn’t be able to pay him right then but I needed help. He told me to call and he would be happy to help. I was so shocked that he was so quick to be willing to give me his expert opinion and actually take time from his day to help me knowing I had no idea how to pay him at the time! What a kind gesture from someone I didn’t even really know! I’m sure owning a plumbing business, someone always needs something fixed, my dad was a contractor so I know the drill. At that point, I liked the guy so much that I couldn’t bring myself to ask him to work for me, a stranger, but I know if I had called his number he gave me that day, he would’ve been there. A rarity! I am so sad to hear of his passing. The world would be a better place with more people like him in it!
My deepest sympathy to all of his friends and family. I’m truly blessed to have just crossed his path. I’ll remember him always. I still don’t have the leak in the tub fixed or the sink but it was just the way he reacted that made it such a great experience. RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS CAN CHANGE A PERSONS LIFE!

RaQuel Love

March 7, 2019

Uncle Jimmy, I love you so much! You were such an incredible uncle to me and I will miss you dearly. I loved the times we had together talking about missions work, school and God. Uncle Jimmy I will always remember you and I cannot wait to see you someday! Please enjoy walking the streets of gold with our loving and forgiving Savior!

Love you with all my heart ❤️

Donna Bond

March 7, 2019

My memory of Jim is many what a kind hearted person ever. He would come into the The Uncorn Shop to get his hair cut. I would counter spiders or just plain hot and him taken his shirt off before I washed his hair and layed back in the bowl before I got cape on just shirt less 😮 and for some reason Carla snuck her head around and told Karen, Deana,Angie, I had a half naked man in shampoo bowl lol But that was Jim God bless him 😇

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY