James Carl (Jim) Nieder

Celebration of Life for James Carl Nieder, 84, Baldwin City, will be at 12 P.M. Monday October 19, 2020 at the Baldwin City Golf Course.

Mr. Nieder passed away Saturday, October 10th, 2020 at the Baldwin City Golf Course.

He was born October 8th, 1936, in New York City, New York, the son of William and Thelma Nieder. He attended High School in Lawrence. He moved back to Baldwin City in 1999 from Mountain Ranch, California.

Mr. Nieder worked as a carpenter for a short time, worked for 20+ years at ColorPress as a Pressman, and then moved to California to work for his brother Bill Nieder at Marathon Engineering. He was a member of the Baldwin City Golf Course.

Jim married Barbara Johnson, which they later divorced. He then married Marylin Puckett. She passed away in 2016 of cancer.

Survivors include son, Jim Nieder, Salt Lake City, Utah, daughter, Stef Nieder, Salt Lake City, Utah, son, Monte Nieder, Baldwin City, daughter, Libby Nieder, Salt Lake City, Utah, son Jeff Johnson, Denver, Colorado; Three grandchildren, granddaughter, Savannah Reeves, Gardner, grandson, Cody Nieder, Baldwin City, granddaughter, Ciara Johnson, Denver, Colorado; Three great-grandchildren, greatgrandson, Dylan Reeves, Gardner, great-grandson, Austin Reeves, Gardner, great-granddaughter, Maxine Johnson, Denver, Colorado; Brother Bill Nieder, Angels Camp, California.

He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers, Clifford, Raymond, and Leo, sisters Genevieve and Mamie.

Jim enjoyed spending time with family, golfing with friends, hunting and fishing, and never turned down a delicious meal.

The family suggests memorials sent to the Baldwin City Golf Course.

Messages & Condolences

From Dennis Supancic...

To the family of Jim, worked with Jim at the Color Press, and side work down town KC. MO. Hunted with him. Jim would do anything to help you out. Always fun to be around him and never a dull minute. He was a great guy!! I wished I would have spent more time with him. God be with you all and comfort you all at this difficult time. Jim rest in piece my friend!.

From Charles C. Yockey, M.D....

I had the privilege of being one of Jim’s (and Marilyn’s) physicians. I always looked forward to seeing them. They were a delight to talk to, and always tried to do what they could to help each other. Jim was just a great guy, and will be missed by his family and friends.

From Sandra Walls...

Jim was a true gentleman and all around great guy. Always ready to share a laugh. He enjoyed the friendships he made and he will be missed so much by so many.

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