Jim was an astute business man and a true friend. It was my pleasure to know him for nearly 20 years and will miss his professional advice, My sincere condolences to his family.
Oh I am so sad and sorry to hear of Jim's passing. Still in shock As a client, I knew Jim for over 15 years. We shared a lot of life's experiences pre- Edward Jones. Jim was always interested in knowing how my family was doing and guided us towards a secure financial future. Our investments, especially my wife's retirement (she is now the Exec.V.P and C.F.O. at a local bank) , and my 14 year old daughters' 529 account are in the right hands and growing nicely. Know that Jim was not only an advisor, but a friend who listened,laughed, and kept up with our life adventures in raising our daughter. Thanks Jim. He will be missed. And thanks to Alicia and Justin for sharing all those wonderful photos. Truely a live well lived, enjoyed and respected. My /our condolences. Also on behalf of the Knights of Columbus, our prayers. Grieve as you must, but know that he touched many lives and he lives within you. God Bless..
I am still numb from Jim's passing. May you find comfort in all of the wonderful stories from people that Jim has touched. He was truely one of a kind.
Though I was a client , Jim always treated me like a long time friend. He was my confidant always ready with an ear to listen , offering unbiased guidance. We shared stories of family and our travels.....then we'd talk business. My heart is richer for having known Jim . His smile and laughter will be missed by all. My deepest sympathies ~
We will certainly miss Jim and will fondly remember him as we used to visit either on the phone or in person. Our conversations were about family and faith and then eventually it would turn to business. We are so sorry for your loss and you are in our prayers.