Born October 15, 1939 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, passed peacefully at his home in Redwood Valley, California, on August 27, 2022
Survived by his wife of 62 years Carol Mae Schnoor Antle. Sisters Nancy Antle Proud and Janice Antle Hartzog. Daughters, Deborah Mae Antle Lamson of Corning and Darcie Anne Antle of Redwood Valley. Six grandchildren and fourteen great grandchildren. Jim and Carol moved from Fullerton, CA to Corning in 1962, where they lived and raised their daughters. Then moved to Red Bluff in 1984 until they moved to Redwood Valley in 1998. Jim was a horse and livestock enthusiast…training, showing, shoeing and breeding quarter horses. He was involved in starting the Northern Counties Quarter Horse Association. He spent many years as a 4-H horse leader in Tehama County. Jim liked spending his extra time drinking a few beers with friends and tinkering with old cars. He was also an avid runner.
Jim worked for the city of Red Bluff for over 30 year as an electrician. After retiring in 1998, he and Carol moved to Redwood Valley where they spent time traveling, hiking, golfing and enjoying family. Soon they were spending winters in Yuma, AZ and summers back in Redwood Valley. His final resting place will be Sunset Hills Cemetery in Corning CA. Celebration of Life will be held in Corning, CA (at grandson Reid’s home in Kirkwood) on September 10th at noon. Memorial contributions may be made to the veterans organization Tunnels to Towers or Seabiscuit Therapeutic Riding Center in Willits, CA. in the name of James Antle.