James "Jim" Rumpf
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Retired MSG James (Jim) Rumpf 71 years old. Born in Auburn, NY, long time resident of Greenwell Springs LA. Jim passed away at his home on Sunday January 10th, 2021. Survived by his wife Debbie Naquin Rumpf, daughter Lorea Wilson, son Robert Rumpf, Dustin Rumpf and wife Ashley and daughther Danielle Rumpf, also survived by three sisters Mary Ellen Johnson and husband Alan, Kathleen Rumpf and Maureen Rumpf. Grandchildren Robert Wilson, Chris and Kimmie Wilson and Ashley Wilson. 7 great grandchildren. Numerous nieces and nephews.Proceeded in death by Parents Rose and Gus Anderson and Donald Rumpf. 2 brothers William (Bill) Rumpf and Dan Rumpf. Visitation will be held at Seale Funeral Home in Denham Springs LA on Saturday January 16th 2021 at 12 pm until 2pm. Mask are required. Interment will be 1/22/21 at Port Hudson National Cemetery in Port Hudson.

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Published in The Advocate from Jan. 12 to Jan. 16, 2021.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
JAN
16
Visitation
12:00 - 02:00 PM
JAN
22
Interment
Port Hudson National Cemetery
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January 27, 2021
I'm saddened to hear of Jim's passing, my condolences to his beloved family and friends. I had the pleasure if serving with Jim in the LAARNG, and knew him quite well. He was a fine NCO and a man you could count on. RIP old friend.
Scott Ballard
Coworker
January 14, 2021
Dear Debbie and Family, I am so sorry to hear about Jim’s passing. I hope you all will find comfort in knowing how special he was. I will always remember his kindness and his forever smiles. God bless you all.
Pam Linton
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January 14, 2021
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Todd ( T-boy) Blanchard
January 13, 2021
I reconnected with Jim as we worked on our 50th class reunion. I learned what a hero he was by protecting this country and every American. He never looked for thanks or a pat on the back. That was the making of this man, whom I truly respect. RIP Jim. It is well deserved for a job well done.
Bonnie Wilbanks
Classmate
January 13, 2021
He was a rough & tumble brother growing up in East Syracuse, NY & St. Petersburg, FL, always ready to challenge the biggest obstacles in life; man, jungle, storm damage, or adversity! He died too soon, and we will miss him.
Mary Ellen Johnson
Sister
January 13, 2021
It was wonderful to reconnect with Jim as we worked on our 50th high school reunion. He did great work in finding classmates, and he and Debbie worked hard at the event. He was a quite impressive man! My sincere condolences to Debbie and the family.
Laura Neath Black
Classmate
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