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James Limb, 41, passed away March 1, 1992 in Salt Lake City at his home.

Jim was born May 9, 1950 in SLC., UT a son of A. J. (Bud) and Beverly Limb. Jim's 41 years were full of many accomplishments. He graduated as a Sterling Scholar from Highland High School in 1968. Served an LDS Mission to Germany. Jim graduated from the U. of U. in 1973, joined the Solicitors Office of the Dept. of the Interior in Washington, D.C. after receiving his law degree from BYU in 1976.In 1977, at age 31, Jim was appointed Director of the Office of Hearing and Appeals, Dept. of the Interior. The last few years of Jim's life have been spent in Salt Lake City as an attorney for the Interior Dept.

Jim had a great love for life, family and friends, and loved to travel. He had a special talent for finding humor in almost any situation. If asked about death, Jim would answer as Woody Allen once did, "I'm not afraid to die, I just don't want to be there when it happens."

Jim will be deeply missed

He is survived by his parents: Beverly and Bud, Salt Lake City; sister, Judy Bennion and brother-in-law, David; nephews, Michael and Paul; niece, Paige Bennion, Boise, Idaho; sister, Connie Stock and brother-in-law, Richard; nephews, Travis, Jason and A.J., Salt Lake City; many aunts and uncles.

The family wishes to thank his special friends, nurses, aids and all for their love and devotion

to Jim.

The family suggests contributions in lieu of flowers in his name to: Community Home Health Plus, Hospice, 1370 So. West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84115.

Services for family and friends will be held Wednesday, 12 noon, March 4, 1992 at Wasatch Lawn Mortuary Chapel, 3401 So. Highland Drive, where friends may call one hour prior to services. Interment, Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park.

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