1929-2015 BALDWIN \u2014 James Edward Inman, 86, of Baldwin, passed away on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015. Jim was born in Detroit on April 17, 1929, to Willard and Dorothy (Strange) Inman. He grew up in the Detroit area and worked on a farm as a young man which gave him a love for farming and agriculture. He attended Michigan State University\u2019s Agricultural Department. Jim owned a mower shop in Farmington, and later worked for Spartan Distributors, Inc., from which he retired. After retirement, James and his wife, Patricia, moved to their summer home in Baldwin in 1992. Jim was a man of many interests. He loved fishing, playing cards and other games, enjoyed music and dancing and he played several instruments. He especially enjoyed playing the harmonica. Jim was proud to be an Eagle Scout and was a dedicated member of Evergreen Church. He was a wonderful man and will be greatly missed by all who had the privilege to know him.