James Fournier

James Lewis Fournier

Wednesday, August 12th, 2020
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Missoula – James Lewis Fournier, 78, of Missoula died Weds. Aug. 12, 2020 at the University of Washington Medical Center in Seattle. Sunset Memorial Funeral Home and Crematory is in care of arrangements.

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Dave Hansen

Posted at 01:47pm
Jim was one of the most positive, jolly and personable people I have ever met. His “corny” jokes never ceased to bring a smile to my face. He always was a welcome sight in the bus driver’s seat and he had infinite patience with all who boarded “his” domain. Rest easy, my friend. You will be sorely missed.😢

Dave Hansen

K. C. Sullivan

Posted at 01:33pm
Bonnie and Family,
Jim was not only a cousin to me, he was more like a brother. He and Mike and I spent many great times together. We traveled to Idaho for Salmon River Days, Yellowstone Park, Canada for the Calgary Stampede, and many other destinations with the Model T Club. In Canada it was cold one morning, and we were the only Model T with a heater for the cab, so we drove around camp with our shirts off to make the other club members jealous. Jim loved to drive the jeep on the back roads. I remember one time taking a short cut (actually about 10 miles longer) to Buster and Bubbles house on Lolo Creek by way of Lolo Peak. Most of the way we traveled where there wasn't any road. We slid down the side of a shale hillside for about 200 feet. I was so scared I almost wet my pants. Another time we were off-roading and got stuck in the creek in a mud bog. Jim wasn't worried. He just said we'll get Uncle Buster's jeep and pull ours out. We proceeded to get Buster's jeep stuck right next to ours. Jim wasn't worried. He said we'll get the old panel jeep and pull them both out. We got it stuck right behind Buster's jeep. Jim wasn't worried. He said we'll get the 1921 Model T and pull them all out. It was then stuck with the other three. Buster noticed all the vehicles were missing and came and read us the riot act for being so stupid. He got the tractor and pulled all the vehicles out of the bog. There were many great adventures the three of us went on that are wonderful memories for me.
You and Jim raised wonderful girls, and I know Jim was extremely proud of them and their families. They are your legacy to the world. He will never be forgotten. Carol and I hope that you will be consoled in this time of sorrow.
K. C. & Carol Sullivan

Lucas k. Cowan

Posted at 11:44am
My fondest memories of Jim and Bonnie was when we all went to Red Lodge in the Model A's. It was around 1969/1970. I remember Bonnie and Jim being the love birds they were at that time. They were always flirting and kissing each other. I just remember how much in love they were. Rest well Jim, until we meet again....

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