Jim left this world peacefully at his son’s home in Utah with family at his side.\n\nJim was born on October 16, 1933 in Randolph, Utah to Clifford and Sylvia (Snowball) Henderson and raised in Evanston, Wyoming. Jim graduated from Evanston High School. He met the love of his life, Susan Carruth, and they were married on June 20, 1959 in Evanston. Jim rode the roller coaster of life with Susan by his side until the day he died. \n\nEarly in their marriage, Jim and Susan lived Salt Lake City, Utah, Evanston and Laramie, Wyoming. He graduated from the University of Wyoming with honors, an accounting degree, and their first son. Soon after graduation they moved to California for work and added another son to the family. They lived there for 13 years before coming back home to Evanston to be near family. In Evanston, Jim opened his own accounting firm, and they added two children to the family, a son and a daughter. They lived in the town of Evanston up to their golden years and then later in life moved outside of town to Wild River Ranches near the Uinta mountains, which they loved. In the final years of his life, they lived near family in Galveston, Texas and South Jordan, Utah.\n\nJim loved his family, his friends, and the city of Evanston, Wyoming. He loved his career and worked hard as a CPA until he retired. He loved his country, which he served in the U.S. Army and was a proud veteran.\n\nOne of Jim’s favorite activities was golfing. Jim and Susan were members of the Purple Sage Golf Club. He also enjoyed snowmobiling, camping, snowshoeing, his dogs, campfires, grilling, hunting for old bottles, going for casual drives in the mountains, and of course playing poker and listening to anything by Johnny Cash!\n\nThere will never be a day he is not thought of with love and respect. He was loved by all who met him.\n\nJim is survived by his beloved wife, Susan Henderson. His children: Mark (Kim), Brad (Connie), Bryan (Melanie), and his daughter, Jamie, who lit up Jim’s eyes every time she entered the room. His grandchildren: Kristin (Tanner) Robinson, Nathan, Lee French, Will, Jordan, Cassidy, and Brayden. His great-grandchildren: Caroline, Audrey, and Mia Robinson. His sisters-in-law: Jane Davis Henderson and Karen Carruth Calvert.\n\nJim was preceded in death by both parents and all 4 siblings: Mary, Sheldon, Carol, and Dale. \n\nA memorial open house will be held on September 17th from 1-3 pm at the Beeman-Cashin Building in the Depot Square located at 35 10th Street in Evanston, Wyoming.