I remember Jim as a little kid. He was James to all of us then and once we were in Academy all of us were known by our last names. Back in those years teenagers hardly ever called each other by the first name. He was Cavanaugh even girls were known by the last names. When we all heard he died we asked each about Cavanaugh-never using his first name.
Mt older brother was in his class and was five yrs older than me. I can remember he would come home from a birthday party at Jim's home [they were 10 yrs or so] and he would try and duplicate the homemade taffy or the popcorn balls that were made at the party. My brother hung out with James a lot in academy-he was over at our hommany times. I remember fast cars in the Cavanaugh family. I never remember any unhappy times around him. He always treated us little kid brothers okay. Allen Radke
Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.