I am still in shock over the loss of Jim. Mike Evans and
I were working on some music not long ago and had been talking about asking Jim if he would like to join in with us. I am
very sorry for such a loss as this. Jim will be missed by a lot of people, not counting the ones he was helping.
| Don Steinhauer, Guitar
Jimy was one of my best friends during teenage years. We played music with Mike
Evans, and had some really good, memorable times that I still cherish to this day. After High School, we were in another band
together called "Transition", and toured the Ohio/Kentucky circuit. Life changes would move me to Texas later on, but I have
often thought of Jimy and the days, and am truly saddened about his untimely passing. Here's to you, old friend - God bless
6/13/2006 | Frank Krause, Keyboards
We have known each other for years; but we both have taken
differents paths to reach our goals. In short, May God Bless you and your family. Yours in christ, Jim (James) Wade
| Jim Wade, Unk
From when we were kids to now, you will always be one of my very best friends. I can still
hear the music we wrote and played together. I love you and I miss you my friend.
6/11/2006 | Michael Evans, Guitar,
Bass & Drums