In Memory of James Talberg Published December 16, 2020 James G. Talberg, age 66, of Braham died unexpectedly December 15, 2020 at Cambridge Medical Center. Memorial arrangements are pending.
Laura Marquardt says
Uncle Jim – We know how much you love us and will miss you. You are so loved. Give everyone in Heaven a hug from us.
Jeanne Talberg says
My brother, he was always a force in our family. We had quite the “colorful” childhood being his siblings. That never ended, he always had something to say on most subjects. People enjoyed his company, he had many friends in his lifetime. He never waivered when there was work to be done or a new hobby was on the horizon. He loved his family, my heart breaks for his children. My heart breaks for the rest of us who loved him, also. I just am in shock, still. Christmas is coming and it will the 1st time in a LOT of years that we won’t be playing “where’s the venison? Did it get left at so-and-so’s house or did someone take it????” game!I
I love you, Jim.
Thanks for the many years of laughs and memories that will stay with me forever. With you I shot my first gun, got my first animal even though I cried like a baby afterwards and rode my first snowmobile. Even after I flew off of it, you still let me continue having the time of my life. I remember you were the gate keeper to the bathroom at Grandma’s. There was no getting past you unless you could give us a little shit along the way! ❤️
Sue Rueff Besser says
I remember Jim to be such a kind person with a beautiful smile and piercing blue eyes! My heart breaks for Linda, their boys, Jeanne and all of the family :(. Please know you have many friends that are sending you our hugs and love to you at this extremely difficult time. Take care of each other.
Paul Talberg says
Miss you . Thank you for helping me out when we were young.
Vanessa Talberg says
Martha will never be the same. Did anyone ever let her out of Grandma T’s basement at the trailer house? I love you Uncle Jim. So does Martha.
Paul Grimes says
My favorite, of many, memories with Jim was Jim, Paul and I are fishing at Leech Lake and arguing over who should be driving the boat because we all have fish on. I said “somebody grab the wheel I got a fish on” and Jim says” tough shit, it’s your boat and we got fish on too” all while Paul is laughing hysterically. He will be missed and you are all in my thoughts and prayers.
Liz Miller says
Jim it I still hard to believe that you are gone. I dreamed of you last night and my dream went on it seemed like hours. So miss you and loved you. Be with Mom and Dad and all the others that are with. Love Liz