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James (Jim) Plummer

May 5, 1948 – june 17, 2024

James (Jim) Plummer

James (Jim) Plummer was born May 5th, 1948 to Virginia and Donald Plummer in Cincinnati, Ohio. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a Bachelors of Science. Jim was dedicated to his lifelong engineering career, working at Kenner, Century, and Fisher Price. He traveled to China often on business, and had a great appreciation for Chinese language and culture. Jim was a proud veteran of the US Marine Corps, achieving the rank of Sergeant serving in the Vietnam War. He enjoyed reading and playing with his dog, Daisy.

Jim Plummer passed away June 17th, 2024 in Monroe, Ohio while in hospice care. He is survived by his wife Mei Lin, their two children William and Emily, his two younger brothers, Steve (Janet) and Bruce (Bonnie), in addition to his first wife Lyn (née Davis), their daughter Stacey (Brian) Quattlebaum, and two grandsons Tyler and Aidan. He is preceded in death by his parents Donald and Virginia. 

A service will be held on Wednesday June 26th, 2024 at 11:30 AM at the Arlington Memorial Gardens. Instead of flowers, his family requests a donation be made in his name to the NPR network, at https://www.npr.org/donations/support



Wednesday, June 26, 2024 at 11:30 AM

The Arlington Memorial Gardens

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“My first ever American friend, Jim Plummer has been always a great man in my mind since 1993. He showed his sense of justice, humor, courage, helping people and royalty to friends doubtlessly . I was very impressed with his personal character in his work as so professionally. We had shared so much fun, difficulties while working together. His poor mandarin against my poor English were perfectly matched with much laughter. We called each other “brother “. Me and my family mourn for the loss of his death. May God bless all of you in peace.”

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