OBITUARY

James Lewis Thirtyacre

September 15, 1949January 7, 2021
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James Lewis Thirtyacre age 71 passed away January 7, 2021 under the care of Hospice of Butler & Warren County in Franklin, Ohio. He was born on September 15, 1949 in Columbus, Ohio the son of Fredrick Louis and Ann Louise (Weingard) Thirtyacre. James is proceeded in death by his beloved wife Gail, mother Ann, father Fredrick and sister Carol Sue. He is survived by sons Shawn Thirtyacre and Douglas Anderson, daughter Lori (Cary) Kinder, brothers Robert Francis, Thomas Edward and Kenneth Stephen Thirtyacre and sister Deborah Ann (Ron) Puder as well as grandchildren Bailey, Gage and Brady. James was a veteran of the Navy serving on the USS Midway and fought in the Vietnam War. He retired from General Motors after 30 years of dedicated service. He truly enjoyed spending time with family, especially trips to Norris Lake and Gatlinburg and manning the grill at family cookouts. He was an avid car enthusiast, new and old, and thoroughly enjoyed Nascar and drag racing. He was also known for his many hours on the lawn mower perfecting a well manicured lawn. Jim, as he was known to family and friends, and his ornery sense of humor will truly be missed by many. Memorial service will be held at Breitenbach Anderson Funeral Home January 21, 2021 from 5 to 6 pm. Inurnment will be at the Woodside Cemetery Niche Columbarium January 22, 2021 at noon. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Hospice.

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  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, January 21, 2021

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Lisa Duncan

January 22, 2021

This picture taken at Niagara Falls reminds me of how many trips we took together. We always laughed a LOT! I miss that. I miss you and my sister sooo much.

I am reminded of how much you loved Beth -- how she called you ‘Uncle Zim’ when she was little. I remember ‘Thirtyacre burgers’ in the summer out on your back deck.

Mostly I remember what a funny, loving man you were and how much you loved my sister and her kids. I can picture the two of you together now.

Fair winds and following seas, brother-in-law.

Kim Wagner

January 19, 2021

So sorry for your loss. Losing a sibling is such a terrible thing. I have put you and your family in my prayers. I pray that you will have faith to uphold you and loving memories to carry you through. Please let me know if I can do anything.

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