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Jim is survived by his two children, Deborah Lynn (Hidalgo) of Orlando, FL and James Kevin of Fountain Hills, AZ, as well as his brother, Kenneth Daggett, of Louisville, KY and numerous nieces, nephews, and other kinfolk.
Michael Beard, a family friend who had recruited the volunteers from among kinfolk and friends, designated one trailer for refuse and another for items worth saving.
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