Born in Atlanta, GA on November 24, 1939
Departed on September 12, 2021 and resided in Canton, GA
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Dad, you were the best father God ever created. I miss you so much it hurts! Motorcycles will never be the same without you here. I love you more than words can say. I want to honor you in everything I do.
Dad, I cant believe you are gone. Its something I avoided facing. I cant tell you all the memories I am experiencing now. Gods speed to you and mom and I was lucky to have you while I did.
Jim, my father-in-law…..
What a JOY it’s been to call you Poppa.
What an absolute PRIVILEGE it’s been that you called me your “daughter”.
When God called out your name Sunday morning, these 36 years of you in my life became even MORE precious to me….a GIFT to me…
Oh, how you will be missed by all who love you!…..I, too, will honor you, honor your life, and CHERISH our memories….EVERY DAY OF MY life….
you’re in my heart— forever …..and forever I’ll love you……Lisa
Jim, my wonderful, funny, happy, helpful, loyal brother. Can’t believe you are gone. But I know
you are with Jesus. You were a joy to be around – always something funny to tell. I loved you
so much, and still do. You will never be forgotten. You will always be missed.
Norma, your devoted sister.
My dearest Jim, my husband to be. I am so grateful for the time we had together and will forever remember the joy we shared at just being together, doing nothing at all. Those memories will remain in my heart forever. Did your best at turning me into a Harley girl and making me feel completely safe and secure with you handsome, strong, and capable behind the wheel. Our love was beyond what words could explain, you are the love of my life. James Travis McDonald, I will love you forever into eternity.
Miss you Bro. See you again in Heaven. Rest In Peace.