Friday, January 17, 2014

Jim Hash

Jim Hash of Appomattox, VA passed away today, January 17, 2014.

Please join us in sending condolences to his family.

Eternal rest grant unto Jim, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.

3 comments:

  1. Jim was my friend, We spent hours talking on the phone. He had acquired an interest in black powder cartridge rifles and he picked my brain for every bit of information about details I knew. I cherished these conversations and wished greatly I could spend time with him and Jeannie. The distance was to great and time too short for me do do that and now he is gone, it is too late. To all my friends, who share a love and a passion for this "stuff" as Robert Weil and I call it. I want to tell you thank you for the friendships over the years. Cathy and I love you all. It is a sad day in my heart for a friend has departed never to return. I miss you my friend, Scott and Cathy Sibley

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  2. “The dying have a quality that even a child senses. Not because they are already removed, but because even young hearts sense their inability to stay longer. Behind the looks of sickness or fear is also the look of the long-distance traveler, bags on the floor, eyes tired but nervous for any change that may come. They are the ones going on the twenty-hour flights, and although we don’t envy their coming discomfort or time-zone skips, tomorrow they will be there - a place that both terrifies and thrills us. We peek at the ticket they hold, the inconceivably far destination written there, impossible yet monstrously alluring. What will it smell like for them tomorrow? What is it like to sleep there?


    JONATHAN CARROLL

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  3. Mr jim hash was a great man and a good friend. I last seen him Sunday the 24012th we had a long talk mostly about hot rods and family. I miss the long hours we sat around and talked about the past the present and future. He gave me lots of insight into his days of circle track racing and inspired me to build old school. Mr hash thanks for the bit of knowledge you passed to me while we were friends. Good bye friend

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