James D. Unger

James D. Unger

March 20, 1954 - March 14, 2005

James D. Unger

March 20, 1954 - March 14, 2005


James D. Unger born 3/20/1954 in Pennsylvania, died unexpectly on 3/14/2005. Loving father to Julie, Jennifer, Melissa and Michael. Devoted son of Patricia Morgan; is survived by his sister Karen Unger. A funeral service and vistitation will be held on Sat. 3/19/2005 at Saddleback Church 9:00am, followed by a graveside service at El Toro Memorial Park. Reception to follow at Saddleback Church-Plaza Blding.

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52 responses to James D. Unger

  1. God wants the best by his side, that must be why he took Jim so young.
    Julie, Jenny, Michael and Melissa our hearts are with you and our home is yours, we would love to have you, we are here for you.

    Much love, Etty, Tony, Eleanor and Ben Burton

  2. Katia Wales says:

    I want to express my deepest condolences to Jim’s family and friends.
    Jim had a great heart and positive attitude, which helped us all to cope with difficult times at work and in our private lives. He always listened to our problems with patience and was able to give an advice and encouragement. I will never forget his kindness and caring for people. Jim, you will be in my heart forever. Rest in Peace.

  3. Dear Unger Family and Ana,
    It was an honor to know and work with Jim. Jim had a gentle spirit and genuine kindness about him. You have our deepest sympathy. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Now that Jim is with Jesus in heaven may God continually bless you!
    Scott and Patty Bade

  4. Our sympathy and condolence goes out to Jim’s family and loved ones.

    We are still numb from hearing the news and devastated about loosing you so early Jim.
    Jimmer, you were always a great friend and you will be missed, but you will live on in our hearts and memories forever.

    Jim was one of the nicest friends anyone could have had. Jim always made you feel at ease by his generosity, kindness & encouragement. Jim, encouraged/mentored me into starting to play the guitar again and we even played together a few times. Jim, you were such a talented musician that I was in awe of your guitar leads. We had a lot of good memories from Sperry Univac, to the CCI/ICL days. Jimmer we will be C’ing you again.

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