James Monck

James Robert Monck

Thursday, July 4th, 2019
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Jim Monck passed away peacefully in his sleep on July 4th. Jim was raised in North Fork, CA near Yosemite where he learned a love for nature and wood. He loved his Baby Sister and Best Friend Sandy very much and she selflessly took care of him for much of his life. James' mother Phyliss shared the truth about the Bible with him and James was baptized at 13 years old and faithfully served Jehovah for 67 years. Jim had many children Ben, Brandie, Jonah , Jessica, Tony, Mika, Heidi, Zach and many grandchildren whom he loved to the end of the moon! Jim was a friend to everyone he met, an amazing artist of wood and stone. The stone walls he built will stand for many years and be a testament to his hard work, the beautiful canes he made will help many to walk and the jewelry he gifted us is timeless. Thank you Jim for your time with us we will see you soon.
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Fred Smith

Posted at 08:47am
James Robert Monck was a rascal in his youth. Living in North Fork, California, the forest and streams were his playground.
I recall visiting my cousin on many occasions. We would climb trees til the branches bent in a game we called "Heave Ho."
Swinging back and forth with out a care until there was a snap, then, in a matter of seconds, we were hurled into the air and some how made a safe landing.
Jim grew up with his older brother Jack, and his sisters, Sandy and Debbie. Aunt Phyllis made certain her children had a Christian foundation, and Uncle Bob was a hard working lumber man who taught his boys to hunt and fish.
Jim married and raised his family in the Sacramento area. He developed his talent as a stone mason and became an artisan in his craft.
Jim was a humble man with a big heart. He will be missed.
Condolences to all his family.

Fred and Donna Smith

Jo Godin

Posted at 08:19am
One of my clients with Meals on Wheels. I will miss him. Great conversationalist!

Erica Litch

Posted at 03:41pm
Thank you so much Mika, for creating this!

Frances Owen-Corchero

Posted at 01:05am
This is Frances and Steve Corchero. I would always love when cousin Jimmy would come to North Fork and bring his kids up to visit. I always loved his upbeat and funny personality. He also met my husband Steve a few years ago, and gave him one of his homemade walking sticks made out of manzanita. Steve really loves it. They got yo talking and saw cousin Jimmy's super friendly personality. See you soon cousin when you are waken up from death.

Dawn Alejandre

Posted at 03:45pm
Thank you Mila from the bottom of our hearts. My Uncle Jimmy was a good man. I learned so much from him. I especially enjoyed hearing him talk about the people in history of the North Fork California community. He was one of the people who kept me grounded to my roots. He will forever be loved in memory and then our hearts. He will be seeing him again.

Dawn Alejandre Posted at 03:46pm

Sorry, I meant Mika.

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