James R. Kruzick, 75, passed away on Saturday, July 31, 2021.
Born in Warsaw, Indiana on December 4, 1945, James was the son of James R. Kruzick and Helen L. (Coyne) Kruzick. He graduated from Plymouth High School in 1964. James served in the U.S. Air Force – 1961st Comm Gp, where he was stationed in the Philippines from 1967-1969 during the Vietnam War.
James would go on to study the Bible and Theology at Faith Baptist Bible College in Ankeny, IA. He later continued his studies, earning an MBA at Southeastern University in 1996.
James married Nancy (Hendrickson) Sammons in 2007. He was a gate attendant at Sable Springs Golf and Racquet Club for five years. He belonged to the Cape Coral Baptist Church in Cape Coral, Florida and the V.O.I.C.E. Squad for the Lee County Sheriff’s Department.
James is survived by his mother, Helen, of Ft. Myers, FL; wife, Nancy, Cape Coral, FL; daughters, Jill (Rodney) Lehman, Mt. Airy, MD, and Lorrie Kruzick, Ft. Myers, FL; 3 Grandsons, 1 granddaughter, and 1 great-grandson.
He was preceded in death by his father, James Kruzick, and brother, Raymond Kruzick.
Graveside services will be held at 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 11, 2021, in the New Oak Hill Cemetery, Plymouth with Pastor Matthew Elliott officiating.
Neysa McFarland says
I am so sorry about the Family’s loss. Jim was a great guy.
Sharon Grigsby says
Our family to yours.. We’re so sorry to hear about Jim’s passing.
He holds a special place in each of our hearts ♥️ I loved our chats on Facebook… Lots of memories!!
Jim klingerman Jr says
So sad, Jim was my step dad while growing up and was very strict with us children but we all turned out very well :). One thing I remember and still do today is I do not and will not drink anything during a meal! The drink fills you up and then you don’t eat all your food!! Jim was a great Man
Suzanne M Gibson says
THE MEMBERS OF THE VFW AUXILIARY 1162 PLYMOUTH INDIANA
ARE SADDEN TO HEAR OF JAMES PASSING
OUR THOUGHT AND PRAYERS ARE WITH HIS LOVING FAMILY AND MANY GOOD FRIENDS
WE WANT TO THANK JAMES FOR HIS SERVICE TO THIS COUNTRY
AND THANK FOR THE MANY GOOD THINGS HE DID WHILE HE WAS ON THIS EARTH THEY WILL NOT BE FORGOTTEN
VFW AUXILIARY 1162 CHAPLAIN-SECRETARY