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Jim Cowan

Jim was a caring, genuinely nice person and will be missed by many people both in and out of our industry.
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I was greatly saddened to read of Jim Cowan's death ("Neutrik's James Cowan Dies," RW Newsbytes, Nov. 7). I considered him a good friend.

I met Jim when we both served on an exhibitor advisory council many years ago and enjoyed visiting with each other at the various trade shows we attended over the years. Jim was totally devoted to his wife and kids; every time I saw him at a show I would get the latest news of his sons' achievements along with his regret that he wasn't at home with them at the time.

I offer my condolences to his family. Jim was a caring, genuinely nice person and will be missed by many people both in and out of our industry.

Elaine Jones
Elaine Jones Associates
Marketing and Public Relations
Salt Lake City


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