James Showers Obituary, A Cherished Soul Has Died

James Showers Obituary, Death – James G. Showers of Cooperstown left this world on September 19, 2023, leaving behind a legacy of service and love. Born on July 12, 1945, in Cleveland, Ohio, to the late Robert and Belle (Galbraith) Showers, Jim’s life was marked by dedication and a deep commitment to his family, community, and country.

Jim’s career was one of service and duty. He worked as a police officer for the Titusville Police Department, ensuring the safety of his community. Later, he proudly served in the Army National Guard, rising to the rank of captain. His service was a testament to his unwavering dedication to protecting and serving others.

On May 25, 1974, Jim married the love of his life, Donna Varner, and their love story was one for the ages. Although Donna preceded him in death on November 26, 2009, their love and partnership left an indelible mark on all who knew them.

Beyond his professional and military commitments, Jim found joy in simple pleasures. He enjoyed golfing, appreciated the stories of western and war movies, and cherished moments spent with friends and family. His sense of camaraderie extended to his memberships in the Franklin Club and the Franklin Elk Lodge BPOE #110.

Jim is survived by his loving daughters, Jamie Carner and Tracy Connors, and their families. His grandchildren, Emery and Reagan Carner, and Mitchell, Christopher, and Leah Connors, brought him immense joy and pride.

In addition to his immediate family, Jim is also survived by his brother, Robert M. Showers, and his wife, Grace, of Titusville, PA.

As we come together to remember James G. Showers, let us reflect on his life of service, love, and camaraderie. Friends and family are invited to pay their respects at the Gardinier-Warren Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc., 1315 Chestnut Street, Franklin, PA 16323, on Thursday, September 21, 2023, from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM, with funeral services immediately following at 6:00 PM. Military honors will be accorded by the V.E.T.S. Honor Guard.

Jim’s memory will live on in our hearts, and his legacy of service and love will continue to inspire us all.

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