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Remembering Jimmy Forsyth: Will be missed by so many

'He's now in a place to help God keep score' -TRAVIS PAUL SCOTT

By Travis Paul Scott

Jimmy was liked and loved by people all over this region. He enjoyed the kids at our school (Adair County) and they all knew him and thought a lot of him.

I will miss him at the state tournament this year. We always got to Rupp Arena early in the morning of the games and sorted out all of the world's problems downstairs as we had breakfast.

I'll miss Jimmy and so will many more. He is now in a place to help God keep score. God bless his soul and keep a close watch over him. --Travis Paul Scott

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