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Jim Bailey
1955 - 2002




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A part of me thinks some folks will live for ever - or at least to get old. Another part of me is ashamed I just learned Jim was gone as I was bidding bye to another alumni. Jim and me got in more trouble together. Strange one of my main memories is when you were showing off your vocal pipes and ran that damned red light as we headed for the Presbyterian Church. I looked at you and said, "This is gonna hurt." It did but as messed up as we were.....we looked at each other and laughed. You helped me laugh through many hard times and I thank you. Hugs - Pierre

Added: August 8, 2009
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Alsa King Arthur, we knew him well. I hope you got out of life everything you ever wanted. You were such a good person.

Added: June 27, 2009
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Jim was a good friend, I remember hauling him up and down the stadium steps on my back in weightlfiting class. Jim was around 200 and I was 165, whew, that was a workout. I didn't complain though, always lots of laughs with Jim...Those of us that knew him will miss him. "See ya on the flip side, Jim"

Added: September 6, 2008
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How can you feel about your first love passing away?THIS IS DISTURBING ON ALL LEVELS. I wish I had seen this site earlier. God keep his soul. have nothing but shocked prayers for his family and loved ones and many wonderful memories. Deborah McFadden Osborne

Added: November 18, 2007
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Jim, I wish i had one more chance to tell you how much i valued our friendship.You remained my friend despite my assinine actions.See you in heaven my friend. Randy

Added: December 25, 2006
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I got a chance to know Jim in Theater Art's class. He had a really great sense of humor,& was just a really nice guy,who liked to help you when he could.

Added: September 12, 2004
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My most vivid memory of Jim is of his portrayal of Sir Toby Belch onstage at Coronado. Jim was a warm and witty presence in the theater arts department--working backstage as well as onstage, with a ready smile (complete with a little eye twinkle) for everyone on the cast and crew. I was very sad to learn of his sudden passing.

Added: June 16, 2003
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He was one of the first guys that I met at Coronado. My first day at school as a freshamn, in my very first class which was Science. I sat next to him, and he became my lab partner. I found him via the Coronado Alumni website a couple of years back and corresponded with him a couple of times. I even invited him to join my Coronado High Alumni Fantasy Football and Baseball Leagues. I remember him as a even tempered, friendly guy who was just so easy to get along with. I am sorry to hear of his passing.

Added: April 27, 2003
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