James Apgar Obituary, Death – James Apgar, a resident of Palmerton, Pennsylvania passed away in a tragic motorcycle accident. He studied at Lehigh Carbon Community College. He also attended Palmerton High School. Jimmy, I’m devastated to learn you’re no longer with us. You had an impact on my life and taught me things I didn’t know about myself.
I appreciate everything you’ve done to help me become the person I am today. Today is a challenging day for you because everyone in town adores you. You were always there to cheer people up in their lows and highs, and you knew how to make people laugh. When we picked Shiba up, I remember how excited you were to bring her home! You piqued my interest in BMWs, and I still fantasize about buying one—the M has seen a lot of miles, smiles, and burnouts, and there’s definitely an old french fry from me somewhere in there somewhere.
Jimmy, you left us way too soon, and no parent should have to lose their only child. I hope that everyone who reads this would pray for the Apgars, but most importantly, that you are at peace. Thank you for providing us with so many lovely memories. I’m delighted you’ll be joining Pete up there.
James Albert was my first love. We met as kids in a Palmerton park in 2010. We clicked right away and have been joined at the hip ever since. We had the most trouble between miles 16 and 18. I was a young, foolish girl who ended up breaking your heart when you were at your lowest point in life. And I’ll be eternally remorseful for the decisions I made as a teenager. But one thing we never lost sight of was our friendship and connection.
You were always available to talk for two hours on the phone. When you’d call me at random for advice, I’d just listen to everything. You knew me better than I knew myself, and you could foresee things I’d do before I realized they were about to happen. My heart is devastated; I woke up to find out you’re no longer with us, and I’m sitting here trying to make sense of it all. You were still here 10 hours ago talking to me. I shall always cherish you, Slicing by Jimbo