James Orf Obituary, Death – James “Jim” Orff, one of our very own brothers, passed away, and we are laying him to rest in the cemetery today with heavy hearts as a result of his passing. Jim, who had only lived for 52 years before he passed away, did not experience any hardship or anguish in the days leading up to his passing away on Sunday. He had only lived for a total of 52 years.
His departure was peaceful and without any discomfort. Jim was an active member of the New Minersville Fire Company for a significant amount of time and also worked as a firefighter for the Good Intent Hose #1 of Llewellyn. He served in this capacity for many years. At one point in his life, Jim served as a volunteer firefighter for the Good Intent Hose #1 in the town of Llewellyn.
He was committed to helping the people in his town in any way that he could, and he made it a point to put the needs of those people first in all that he did. He did this so that the people in his community could benefit from his efforts. Not only did Jim show an extraordinarily high level of dedication and excitement in his work, but he was also a terrific companion to individuals who lived in New Minersville and the locations that were around it. Jim’s work exhibited an exceptionally high level of dedication and passion.
They will miss him greatly because he possessed both of these qualities, which contributed to their affection for him.
Brother, I want you to know that there is no reason for you to be concerned about anything at this time because we have the issue under control. I say this because I want you to know that I want you to know that I want you to know that I want you to know that.