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Jim Lembke 9/12/2011

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Jim Lembke 9/12/2011

Place of birth: Owatonna, MN

Jim was a vibrant, active man who grasped life with both hands and always tried to make the best of any situation he was in. He was creative, thoughtful, and gentle beneath his gruff exterior. He was a great listener, and tried to mediate issues between those he cared about. Always a champion for truth, he fought for causes he believed in. His poetry and wisdom helped many people, and he is missed by all of his family. He died far too young from Lung Cancer at the age of 51. We miss you, Jim.

3 Responses

  • On

    It's the little things

    So many little things..that make up a huge hole in my heart. A call, a card on any given day, or an email letting me know this or that. It is the connection that you always tried to keep with all of us, and that big-brother attitude..I just wish we would have had more time. Still seems like just yesterday that I saw you..and I miss you still. Every day. Give Jessica a big hug and kiss from me, and take care of your neice til I get glad you are not in pain, and that God is taking care of you. I'm selfish wanting you here, but I know there is no more pain for you, and for that, I am grateful. Miss you, big brother, and love you always. Your sis,

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    Another year has gone by

    Still hurts to know he is not here, and I miss him all the time. I am thankful though that he is not in pain. The grief is mine and it's selfish, I know...he is safe and out of harms way--we are just left here to go on. Miss you, big always had time for me.

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    Thinking about my brother

    Not a day goes by that I don't think about my brother. I still find myself wanting to pick up the phone, just to call to say hello. He was the oldest, and he loved me just as I was...flaws and all. He knew me, inside and out, and still believed in me. I miss you,big brother. Every day.


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