February 18, 1943 ~ March 9, 2019

Born in: Bronx, New York
Resided in: Highlands Ranch, Colorado

James “Jim” C. Elliott, 76 of Highlands Ranch, passed away March 9, 2019. Jim was born on February 18, 1943 to Eva Adelaide Beck and James Lawrence Orin Elliott in Bronx, New York.

Jim is survived by children: Debra (David) Thompson, and Neal (Sherry) Dowling; grandchildren: Dane Elliott, Dylan (Kaitlyn) Thompson, Devon Thompson and Adam Dowling; great-grandchildren: Kirah, Brielle and Sienna Elliott.

Jim is preceded in passing by his wife Carol of 41 years, and his parents Eva and James Elliott.

Jim served 21 years in the United States Navy as an Aviation boatswain’s mate. He later worked for the Post office for 15 years.

Jim had the opportunity to work on some of the most remarkable Navy ships such as the USS Coral Sea, USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71), and the USS Enterprise.

Jim was true to his faith, outside of his devotion he enjoyed playing cards, rooting for the Miami Dolphins and most of all, spending time with his family.

In honor of Jim, a Graveside Service will be held 11:30AM, Friday, March 22, 2019 at Fort Logan National Cemetery Staging Area “B”. Memorial Service to follow at 1:45PM at Christ Lutheran Church (8997 S Broadway, Highlands Ranch, CO 80129).

Please give your condolences to the Elliott family.

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  1. I am sorry for your loss. May you rely on the God of all comfort during this difficult time (2 Corinthians 1:3,4). He lovingly provides us with the hope of seeing our loved ones again by means of the resurrection (Isaiah 26:19, John 5:28,29 and 1 Thessalonians 4:13,14)We can trust this promise because God has furnished a guarantee to all men in that he resurrected him from the dead (Acts 17:31). “Him” is Jesus Christ.

  2. I know that Jim is in a better beautiful place and left this earth a very proud man of the wonderful family he raised and was a part of. He will be missed!

  3. So sorry for your loss. Jim and I were life long best friends. We grew up together and he was the closest thing to a brother I ever had. We talked frequently about the old days and he always wanted the latest information on the Miami Dolphins. He was truly a good guy with a big heart. We will pray for him and all of his family. He was very proud of you all.

  4. A life lived well. My heart is sad , my eyes are red but my soul sings with joy. My mom and dad are together, no pain no sadness just the light and love of the Father.
    Till I see you again ❤️

  5. Of course when you hear this news, your mind jumps to your memories. Mine went to remembering how kind and generous both your parents were to Jay and me. He had the patience of a saint to put up with all of us back in the “Maryland days”. He lived his life for his family and they were his pride and joy! I hope your wonderful memories will bring you strength. Love you.

  6. Our hearts and prayers go out to everyone! Jim will be dearly missed! He is with the love of his life, carol, and they are watching over you! ❤️

  7. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Jim is going be greatly missed but he is now in a much better place with his true love and they are both watching down over you. The Good Lord has brought them together for eternity where there is no more pain. Knowing that and the memories you have, may it give you strength to carry on.
    Care and love you all.

  8. Debi, I am so sorry for your loss. I know the depth of love you feel and also what you show others. My heart is sad with you. I will keep you and your family on my prayers. God Bless and keep you in the palm of His hand.

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