James Ellsworth Page

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February 20, 1942 ~ September 24, 2017

James Ellsworth Page, 75, of Vancouver, WA, passed on to eternal life with his Lord, Jesus Christ, whom he loved with his whole heart in dedicated service Sunday, September 24, 2017. Born in California, Jim graduated San Fernando High School and went on to honorably serve his country in the United States Marine Corps as a Radio Relay Operator. He graduated Evangel Teachers Training at Trinity Bible College in Clearwater, Florida. He faithfully served in the Gideons International - Clearwater chapter, acting as past president, vice president and memorial bible secretary. As a member of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church of Dunedin, Florida, Jim served as the bus captain, Elder, led and sang in the choir, taught Sunday school and the Boys Brigade, attended prayer meetings and transported friends to church. He also developed stage scenery for Vacation Bible School and served as church secretary and treasurer. Jim worked as an Engineering Specialist for 25 years for the Pinellas County Government in Clearwater, Florida where he retired. He loved all his family and friends. All who knew him were deeply impacted by his humility, love for God and giving heart. He will be missed as a loving father, grandfather, brother, uncle, teacher, and friend. Survivors include three sons, James Ellsworth Page III of Las Vegas, NV, Jonathan Alva Frisco of Lawrenceville, GA, Mark Steven Frisco of Pensacola, FL; three daughters, Krista Rene Page of Las Vegas, NV, Heidi Rhonel Long of Vancouver, WA, and Teresa Frances Sbrissa; sister, Sandra Clymer of Napa, CA; and loving grandchildren. He was predeceased by his loving wife of 24 years, Lee Frances Page; brother, Jerry Weimer Page of Napa, CA. A Celebration of Life will be 11:00 a.m., Saturday, September 30, 2017 at East Park Church of Vancouver, WA. Inurnment with beloved wife Lee Frances Page will be at Curlew Hills Memory Gardens in Palm Harbor, FL.
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Published in The Columbian on Sept. 28, 2017
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