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James Jonathan (Jim) Teeter 1968 - 2013
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WINDOM —  James Jonathan (Jim) Teeter, 44, of Windom die on Jan. 24 in rural McPherson. Born on Aug. 16, 1968 in Lindsborg, he was the son of Billie J. (Buffington) and James A. Teeter. He attended the Marquette grade schools and Marquette High school and graduated from Little River High School in 1986. He then attended Fort Hays State University. On Sept. 12, 1992 he was united in marriage to Jo Davenport in Great Bend. He was employed by Wear Tech in shipping and receiving in McPherson.
Jim was a member of the Windom Fire Department and an EMT, member of the Brotherhood of the Arrow as an Eagle Scout and NRA member.
Survivors include his wife Jo Teeter, of Windom; his sons, James Jonathan Teeter, Jr. and (Alex Harder), both of McPherson, Roger Dean Jake Loy Teeter, Jeanluc William Teeter, and Brandon Joseph Teeter, all of Windom; his father Jim and Carol Teeter, of rural Marquette; his mother Billie Jo and Herb LaMar, of Marquette; and his brother Mike Teeter, of McPherson. Jim was preceded in death by his grandparents, Bill and Dorothy Teeter and John and Helen Buffington; aunts, Wanda Powell and Phyllis Webster; and an uncle, Raymond Grubb.
Memorial Service will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday at the Windom Grade School, 101 Olive Street. Memorials are suggested to The James J. Teeter Memorial Fund or the Pass It On Hunting Program, in care of the funeral home.

Funeral arrangements provided by
Glidden - Ediger Funeral Home
222 West Euclid Street
McPherson, KS 67460
Great Bend (Kan.) Tribune, Jan. 29, 2013