Condolence & Memory Journal

I'm so sorry for your loss, dear Barbara. I think I was on the first date with you and Jim. I remember we drove to New Braunfels. I also remember you and Jim stopping by to visit me in Austin, after your wedding. Bert and I send to you our sincere condolences. Love, Janine

Posted by janine stubbs - Cuero, TX - Friend   February 10, 2019

Jim and I were classmates at West Point, where we were challenged every day. Jim worked hard against obstacles most people cannot imagine, but he was a man who did not get discouraged by challenges. Always smiling and determined, he achieved a lot during his Army service and in civilian life. He was a good heart who helped many who came to know him. May he rest in God's peace.

Posted by Whitney Hall - Petaluma, CA - Classmate   February 08, 2019

So sorry for the loss of your dad, the good Lord needed another angel to be by his side. We're sending our sincere condolences to the entire family and pray our God will comfort each of you during this time of your grief.

Posted by Violet Stephens - San Antonio, TX - Coworker   February 03, 2019

Those high school friends we formed in our teen years have lasted a lifetime. Even though we traveled on different paths those good friends have never been forgotten. I was a school mate with James at CCHS. I offer my sincere condolences and prayers for the repose of James's soul. With God's help, your pain will fade over time but your memories of James will never be forgotten. My prayers are with the family. God bless.

Posted by Henry Trevino - San Antonio, TX - Classmate   February 03, 2019

Britton Friends, Jim will be missed. When CCHS played for the Catholic State Title We were out weight 20 or 30 pounds per man. It was raining hard. Jerome was on one side of me and Jim the outsde. The other teams running back weight 220 pounds. The 3 of us stopped him after 3 or 4 yards. Jim, Jerome and my self , just looked at each other, & with our eyes we are doing the best we can.

Posted by Gay Meyer - San Antonio - Classmate   February 02, 2019

Barbara, please accept my sincere condolences. Jimmy and I went back to grade school and many, many fond memories. May his soul rest in peace.

Posted by John J Kuntz III - San Antonio, TX - Friend   February 02, 2019

to Dr. Britton and family, Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead, and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts. With sincere condolences, the David Hernandez family.

Posted by David Hernandez - San Antonio, TX - Acquaintance   February 02, 2019

I am praying for The Lord to provide comfort and peace to you during this difficult time.

Posted by Holly Cochran - San Antonio, TX - Friend   February 02, 2019

Dear Dr. Britton & family. Jack & I were deeply saddened to hear of the death of your Wonderful Father. Just by reading his Obituary, I was instantly aware of what an awesome person he was and how he lived his live in a way that set a beautiful example for all his children to follow. He is now in the arms of our Lord and may he rest in peace. May our good and loving God give you and the family (especially your mother) strength, and faith during this difficult time. Please accept our deepest condolences. Love to all, Jack & Elaine

Posted by Jack & Elaine Melton - D'Hanis, TX - friend   February 01, 2019


May all who Mourn Jim's passing be comforted with the wonderful memories he has left his family and friends to cherish. Alamo Barter Family & Friends send you comfort and strength today and in the day`s ahead.

Posted by Alamo Barter Corp. Family & Friends - San Antonio, TX   February 01, 2019

Ms. Britton, I'm James Hill, a friend of Becky's. My prayers are with you and your entire family. May God bless you all.

Posted by James Hill - San Antonio, TX - Acquaintance   February 01, 2019

May the God of all comfort strengthen the family during this time of deep sorrow. Those who pass on, God keeps in his memory because they are precious in his eyes. My sincerest condolences. (Psalms 116:15)

Posted by Les    February 01, 2019

The Telenko family would like to express its deepest sympathy to the Britton Family for their loss. We pray for the family in their time of sorrow. They should take heart in knowing that Jim has now joined a very distinguished group know as the West Point Long Grey Line and will therefore be remembered forever. He has joined the ranks of his classmates who have gone before him. "They will all greet him by saying " Well Done Jim". May he rest in peace.

Posted by Col(Ret) George Telenko - San Antonio - Family Friend   January 31, 2019

Dr. Britton & Family, We are so sorry to hear of your dad's passing. Please know we are praying for you all and ask that God give you peace and comfort.

But our citizenship is in Heaven. And we eagerly await a Savior from there, the Lord Jesus Christ, who, by the power that enables Him to bring everything under His control, will transform our lowly bodies so that they will be like His glorious body. Philippians 3:20-21

Much love,
Suplick Family

Posted by Patty Suplick - San Antonio, TX - Friend   January 31, 2019


I do not have any words today to express how I grieve at your loss. My earnest prayers are always there to help you through the days ahead. My sincere condolences and warm comforting thoughts. May he rest in peace in the loving Father's arms.

Posted by Karla Salaz - San Antonio, TX - Acquaintance   January 31, 2019

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Britton family. I loved talking with Jim about his garden, yard tips and life in general. He was a good man and will be missed. We miss you already Jim!
- Becky and Clifford Geyer

Posted by Becky Geyer - San Antonio, TX - Friend   January 30, 2019


Our family is very sad at Mr Britton's passing. We know his son (Dr. Britton) and feel a high sense of loss.
May his soul rest in peace.

Posted by Carmelo Gonzalez and family - Schertz, TX - Family   January 30, 2019