This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, James Kitiching who passed away on April 24, 2005. He was an airgunner and a pioneer in brining good value to those that loved airgunning.
For those that may not know, James was a very strong advocate of the Right to Keep and Bear Arms and worked tirelessly in his pursuit to see that our rights were protected.
We will remember him forever.
Memorials may be made to the National Rifle Association
Tributes and Condolences
Your forum is wonderful as it is addictive!!! / Corrado Vasquez (fellow airgunner )
I wish we could have met.Life is too short! RIP Mr. Kitching.
Thinking of you James / Ron Strombeck (Friend and customer )
most everyday. You left a huge hole in this world my friend. This world was a better place because you were in it. You're very much missed my friend. Wanda and your family is in my thoughts and prayers.
If you're reading this...
5 years / Bill Goddard (Airgun Friend )
This one almost slipped past... Time moves on. Thanks again for all.
James it has been 4 years... / Bill Goddard
Thanks for the wonderful hobby. There is not a better bunch of guys than airgun enthusiast.
Yellow forum member / Bill Goddard (fellow airgunner )
James it has been 2 years... I wish I had gotten to know you better in the brief time you and I crossed paths.
Obituary for James Wilkinson Kitching James Wilkinson Kitching, 55, of Merigold died Sunday, April 24, 2005, at his residence.
Memorial services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Ray Funeral Home in Cleveland.
Mr. Kitching was born on March 2, 1950, in Greenville to Donald B. Kitching and Flora Wilkinson Kitching.
Survivors include his wife, Wanda Ross Kitching of Merigold; two sons, James Hayden Kitching and Cameron Kitching, both of Merigold; a stepson, Robert Delahoussaye of Cleveland; a stepdaughter, Stephanie Edwards of Cleveland; a grandson, John Marshall Edwards of Cleveland; and a sister, Debe Kitching Malone of Clinton.
Memorials may be made to the National Rifle Association.