Mountain View Voice

News - June 24, 2011

Obituary

Mountain View resident

James "Jim" Frisbee died February 28 at his home in Mountain View. He was 62.

He was born on January 2, 1949 in Havana, Cuba. A resident of Palo Alto and Mountain View most of his life, he was a graduate of Henry M. Gunn High School in Palo Alto. He graduated from the University of Oregon with two degrees in business administration. He owned his own refrigeration and air conditioning business for many years. Family members said when he was young, he enjoyed fishing and also came to love computer games and adventures with friends.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Elsa Leguina Frisbee, his father Robert Frisbee and his brother Daniel Frisbee. He is survived by several cousins.

Comments

Posted by fred kameda, a resident of another community
on Aug 5, 2013 at 11:07 pm

Jim Frisbee
I first got to know him when I was out of work
and he needed help with his refridgeration business.
Working with him brought us to know each other and
we became friends. Jim had his pecularities but we
somehow got past that. He helped me at times and
I was there for him many times when he was in need.
Sad to say I was out of town when he passed on and
didn't find out until late that he died.
God Rest your soul, Jim
Fred Kameda


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