Robert James "Jim" Nemmers, Jr, 65, of Sedalia, Colorado, passed away Thursday, December 3, 2020, at Castle Rock Adventist Hospital in Castle Rock, Colorado. He was born on August 21, 1955, in Phillipsburg, New Jersey, to Robert J. and Betty J. (Minnier) Nemmers.
Jim graduated from Wickliffe High School in Ohio. Throughout his life, Jim lived in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Florida, Iowa and Colorado. He enjoyed fishing, Star Trek and classic cars and was affiliated with the Methodist Church.
Jim is survived by his sister Mary Jean Lowe of Chardon, Ohio, sister Patricia Cravens of Mazon, Illinois, sister Kristine Nemmers of Clearwater, Florida, brother LeRoy (Janet) Nemmers of Sedalia, Colorado, along with many nieces, grandnieces, nephews, grandnephews and cousins.
He was preceded in death by his father Robert Sr, his mother Betty, brother-in-law John Cravens Jr and grandniece McKenzie Montgomery.
Memorial service will be held at 10:00 a.m., Saturday, June 12, 2021, at Sietsema Vogel Funeral Home in Dumont, with burial to follow in the Dumont Cemetery. Visitation will be held prior to the service at the funeral home starting at 9:30 a.m.
Friends and family will also have the opportunity to join Jim's service virtually via "Zoom" on Saturday, at 10:00 a.m. To join the Zoom Meeting:
Meeting ID: 833 6365 5958
The Sietsema Vogel Funeral Home of Dumont is caring for Jim and his family.
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Dumont, IA 50625
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I remember one time while Jim was at a residence in Rochester we drove up to see him I had gotten a GPS in my car. We were driving the road to his residence when GPS told us to turn at next intersection. Jim said lady we will turn when we get there. We had so many laughs about that it was just like he was talking to her.
I remember Jim coming over to our house and helping put up Christmas lights. He was a good soul. God bless his journey
What a perfect picture of Jim. His smile
Could light up a room. God Bless your family for giving him a home with all his favorites. Especially family. Joy
Bob was not only my boyfriend in 10th grade, but we remained friends, even after graduation. My last thought if him was at my house in my senior year at college. Just chilling out with a beer. He was special. We laughed and almost fell through the porch roof putting Christmas lights up. Loved his smile. Lee