Combining Camaraderie with Creativity
Linda Verhagen writes:
It is with great sadness that I must tell you of the passing of Jim Weatherford on Dec. 16. A very talented, kind, caring and gentle man, Jim was a past president of the Central Virginia Watercolor Guild.
Patty Richmond writes:
Jim Weatherford will be missed by all. He had a quiet presence, a contagious smile and was an enthusiastic learner. During our last Workshop he experimented and then shared, always trying to improve and learn new techniques. He was a role model for all of us, “a life long learner”
Judi Ely writes:
I have known Jim for a long time. His wife, Mickey, taught math at Henley as I did for many years. He was a guidance Counselor at various schools. My husband was a counselor, too. We knew him when he was at Western Albemarle High School. He became ill with m.s. around 30 years ago and had to retire shortly thereafter. Always, whenever I saw him socially he was so jovial and interested in what my husband and I were doing at the time. He was also always very quick witted. I know he and Mickey loved to watch all the old situation comedies. They loved “seinfeld”.
I’m sorry to hear of his passing.