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James ‘Jim’ Christopher Erickson


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JAMES “JIM” CHRISTOPHER ERICKSON, 68, passed away on Thursday, September 12, 2019, in Roswell, New Mexico. Please take a moment and share a kind thought or memory with Jim’s family at www.andersonbethany.com.

SERVICES: A Memorial Service for Jim will be held at Cahoon Park (west side by the pool,) on Saturday, September 21, 2019, at 4:00 PM. A reception will follow after the service.

On January 24, 1951, Jim was born to Ed and Patricia Ann Erickson in Dubios, Pennsylvania. He worked as a baker at Holsum Bakery for twenty-two years. After the bakery closed, Jim went to work at Christmas by Krebs for twelve years and Leprino for three years, before he semi-retired. Jim then worked part-time at Allsup’s, until he became ill.

Jim loved to go fishing and was a Minnesota Viking fan, but really loved all sports. He was an avid Beatles fan that could name every song they sang. Jim will be missed by his family, friends, and his precious dog, Little Bit.

SURVIVORS: Those left to cherish memories of Jim are his son Brian Erickson; grandchildren: Seth Erickson Rottman, Brianna Erickson Rottman; siblings: Judi Brockmeyer and husband Tom, Janice Lemley, Jiny Rottman and husband G.A.; nieces and nephews: Jason and wife Amanda, Jeremy and wife Erica, Ramsey and wife Sybil, and Haley and husband Cody Anderson, Laurie Hardgrove, Shawn Stevens, Amy Beth Coenen, Ashley Lemley; great-nephews: Dylan Rottman, Orion Rottman, Ryan Hardgrove, Graham Stevens; great-nieces: Avery Hardgrove, Catherine Stevens Emily, Molly Townsend’s,  Hannah Lyon; two great-great nephews: Easton Rottman,  Avery Anderson; very close friend, Sonia Wright; and loving pet, Little Bit.

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PRECEDED: Preceding Jim in death: his parents, Ed and Patricia Ann Erickson; sister, Jill Atkins; and nephew, Todd Atkins.


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