Guest Book for James "Jim" Sisk

Provided by Niebur Funeral Homes

Posted by: Vallerie(Motley)Williams
Sat September 21, 2019
It is hard to lose a friend and classmate. I hope that Jim realized he was a friend. I thought the world of him and we did have a lot of fun in school. He and Sherry invited us to their home when our son was at Fort Knox and we had a great evening. I will always have fond memories of Jim and Sherry and I can't imagine your pain. Please know that you are thought of and I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers. You have my email, so please keep in touch if you so chose.

Posted by: Edward and Brenda Vaughan
Sat September 21, 2019
You will be missed brother.

Posted by: Lee Phillips
Sun September 22, 2019
My deepest sympathies.  I was thinking of Jim not long ago of when we were all in HS and how hard he could throw.  He held the record for longest softball throw his Sr year in HS.  I honestly had not seen him since 1979 when he came home from basic on leave and talked a bit.  RIP.

Posted by: Steve Higgins
Sun September 22, 2019
Bryan, Amy and the rest of the family and loved ones, I am sorry for you loss. Jim will never be forgotten.  God bless you all!

Steve and Gisela

Posted by: SFC(R) MacArthur Hilbert
Sun September 22, 2019
I send my condolence to his family. Sergeant Sisk was my first tank commander and he was also a father figure to me! When my wife and I moved into our apartment he and his wife gave us some things for our apartment. He and his wife also had us over a couple of times for dinner. I give him all the credit for shaping me into the soldier was. He kept me out of a lot of trouble. I love you my brother in arms and rest easy! Until we meet again!

Posted by: Jim Nepute
Sun September 22, 2019
My deep condolences to Sherry and the entire Sisk Family. Then-Staff Sergeant Sisk was one of my tank commanders during Operation Desert Storm in Delta Company 2nd Battalion 34th Armor Regiment. He was a consistently professional Soldier and leader who commanded his crew and fought his tank with valor. He was a steady presence in a very chaotic environment. I was fortunate to have several outstanding Non Commissioned Officers in my unit, and SSG Sisk was definitely among them. I know you are very proud of him, as you should be. He will always be remembered fondly and respectfully by his brothers-in-arms. Fear God and Dreadnaught! until we meet again on Fiddler's Green.

Sherry, with your permission, I would appreciate the opportunity to attend your husband's funeral. If not, I completely understand, but it would be my honor to be able to pay my respects to him in person. I am so sorry for your loss.

Posted by: Jan Motley
Sun September 22, 2019
My deepest condolences to Sherry and family. It's difficult to believe one who loved life so completely is no longer with us. May the sweet memories of your loved one carry you through this grievous loss.

Posted by: Ron and Donna Roberts
Sun September 22, 2019
Jim was a neffue  of Donna"s and he will be  missed,  may God Bless the family.