My name is A. J. odom
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by jim mcglaughlin.i have so many memories of papa o. that would take pages to write from 1945 untill his death. my sister and i lived with mama and papa o.at different times. during the world war 2. papa was stricked. honest. very well liked. hard worker. [farmer and carpenter]. drinked way to much. not a church goer when i came along.. had many breathing strokes would pass out . we would beat on his chest untill he would start breathing. no doctor. papa fell out of a boat and drowned going to help a friend feed hogs over at a island in the mississippi river. i
by jim mcglaughlin i first saw uncle jim as we called him around 1950 when i started visting aunt jimmie for about a week at a time. uncle jim worked as a cook and manager of bellview diner on bellview just a few blocks from thier home at 1206 sledge. off bellview.he started working there around 1930. by 1950 he had bought bellview diner and called it jims diner. aunt jimmie and i would walk there at times and lunch.[ hamburger and coke .] uncle jim was all greek spoke=broken english. had a house built at 1206 sledge. in 1930. got sick and was bedridden with a oxygen tent over his bed in mid 1850. i would be so scared by his short breath. just sips of air at a time. uncle jim died later at the V.A hospital. aunt jimmie lived at 1206 sledge untillabout 1995. she hat to go i a semi retirement home.