In Memory

Jim Templeton

Jim Templeton

 

As a three-year member of Eagle Band, Jim won district and regional trombone honors and was chosen drum major during his senior year. His other activities included Exchange club, swimming, NHS, and he served as president of the German club. 

 

 

 



 
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02/16/09 09:07 PM #1    

Betty Robbins (Fowler)

I think I first met Jimmy in 4th grade at Taylor Elementary. He sat behind me and I remember how well he could draw. He told me a joke one day that we laughed about for years. It was about a man selling laundry detergent. He claimed it would make clothes look, feel, and smell better. To demonstrate how well it worked, he washed a load of dirty diapers. (Remember when they weren’t disposable?) He put the soap in and wishey-washey, wishey-washey went the washing machine. After washing them he said, see how white they look? See how soft they feel? See how… wishey-washey, wishey-washey. Ok, so it was funny to grade-schoolers back then. After that we’d just have to say wishey-washey or do the hand motions to crack each other up.

03/22/09 01:44 PM #2    

Kayla McMeekan (Watkins)

I have just posted on my site some exchange pictures and a Dormitory List of room assignments on the trip. Jim was in the middle of the picture. I wonder if there is anyway that I could pass along some of these pictures to his relatives. The one thing that I do remember was that great smile of his. We miss you, Jim.

04/30/09 07:25 PM #3    

Ladonna Frady (Eisenbaum)

Jim was such a sweet soul. And talent - he had enough for 2 people!

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