February 13, 1931 – January 18, 2019
In his early years Jim studied at Dalhousie University and became a pharmacist. He then had a career in the Canadian Air Force where he served as a Radio Officer in the Lancaster Bombers and later as an Air Traffic Controller. After that he had a long career as a Sales Representative for Revlon Canada.
Jim moved to the Cariboo with his son Steve in 1980. There he worked his dream job as a seasonal groundskeeper at the 108 Mile Golf Course.
He always loved the Cariboo and was known to say “We live in the greatest place on earth.”
In lieu of flowers we ask that you raise a glass in a toast to a life well lived.