Soper, James Lewis

July 29, 1950 – May 17, 2020
at the age of 69 years

7 Comments

  1. Jim was a great guy .. he attended our music workshops each week. He was a big teddy bear . Made a great pizza We will miss him
    Very sorry for your loss Marshall

  2. A very good friend , we had a lot of fun times. R.I.P.

  3. I am so sad that Jim is no longer with us. He was such a sweet, caring man with a big heart and a heavy soul. I wish I’d been able to say good-bye. Rest in peace, my dear.

  4. I still have trouble believing this is true. I’m so sorry for your loss Marshall. He was always someone who I looked up to even if we didnt see each other often.

  5. I still can not believe it. So sorry for you loss Marshall. I will always remember him playing the banjo and as my uncle who everyone knew and loved.

  6. I am very sorry for the loss of your father Marshall. I met Jim playing bluegrass music and you and I had only met once at the Nimble Fingers bluegrass concert. Your dad was always so friendly and with his love of music, singing and playing the dobro….he was just fun to have some time with! I wasn’t able to get out to play much in the last year or so and I’m sorry to say that I fell out of touch with your dad. It is with great sorrow knowing his troubles grew and that he is now gone. I pray that he is at peace and just rocking the bluegrass in Heaven. To you your grandma Alice my sincere condolences.
    Brenda Chambers

  7. Rest In Peace Jim . I always enjoyed our playing sessions and chats .

    Rest easy buddy.

    Charles Holley

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