James  Kime
62, of Tower City, passed away Tuesday, February 11, 2020 at 9:14 am. Born in Johnstown, May 25, 1957, a son of the late Robert and Bonnie Kime. Jim was a retired coal miner. He enjoyed camping, fishing, hunting, cutting firewood, target practice, watching drag races and spending time with his friends & family. He is survived by his wife, Daphne M. Harner Kime; three children, Amy J. Boring, Carrie A. Kime and James R. Kime, Jr. and six grandchildren, David C. Croyle, Devin J. Croyle, Natalia R. Boring, Alan S., Barley, Zaelia R. Adams, Nikolai R. Adams, all of Armagh
Following his wishes, there will be no services.
Published on February 13, 2020

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Cher
Feb 15, 2020
Oh Kathy I was shocked and saddened to see this. I am so sorry. My heart breaks for you, knowing the pain of losing your little brother.
Roselyn Brandon
Feb 15, 2020
Kate and family my deepest condolences.
Jill
Feb 15, 2020
Thoughts and love to Jim's sister Kate. He will live on in your heart.1
Melanie L. Herman
Feb 15, 2020
Condolences and prayers for the Kime family.
Sharon Burgess
Feb 14, 2020
My dear friend, Katherine Morris, has lost her little brother, and I want to wish her peace and love during this time of mourning.
Patty Schenk
Feb 14, 2020
My condolences to his big sister, Kate of Altoona. I wish you peace, my friend.
Barb
Feb 14, 2020
He also has a sister. Thoughts and hugs to his older sister, Katherine A. Morris, of Altoona. I'm sorry for your loss, dear friend.
Dave
Feb 14, 2020
Rip Jimbo, you will be missed, had a lot of good times with you
Leroy Anderson
Feb 14, 2020
RIP OLD FRIEND WHEN U RUN IN TO RANDY U GUYS BEHAVE DONT GET THREW OUT. U GUYS KNOW WHERE THERE GOING TO SEND YA. GOING MISS YA.
Mary Clark
Feb 14, 2020
Jim was a great man & brother n law. We had many good times, especially our camping trips. R.I.P. Jim you will forever be in our hearts.