Dear Margaret and family,
We are saddened to learn about Jim's passing. We always considered him to be part of our lives. We will always remember his smile, his laugh, his stories, and his love of life. Jim will forever be in our memories and especially in our hearts!
With all our love,
Howard and Lea Waldman
Jim, it was an honor and privilege to have known you and worked with you, "back in the day," at Riverside Memorial Chapel. You were truly a gentleman! My deepest and most sincere condolences to your entire family!
Dear Margaret, Jim was a great co-worker and friend. I was terribly saddened to hear of his passing. My deepest sympathy to you and your family. God bless you. Rich merola
Message from the Dolciotto's
Uncle Jimmy (or Jimbo) as we called him. Not a traditional Uncle through family, but more of an Uncle by default. I met Jimmy through a good friend (Robert J. Hanz). For as long as I have known them, Jimmy and Margette have always treated me like family and I will never lose the memories. Jimmy was not just a good friend but an amazing mentor to me. He always seemed to have the right answers and if he didn't have the rights answer, he would get them to me ASAP. Jimmy was so giving in many ways, but the biggest way was with his heart. Some of the truest memories came on the golf course with Jimmy and Bob Hanz. They would fight and bicker (all in good fun of course) to a point that it became so amusing that if one time they did not bicker and fight I would say “I demand my money back”. So many good times and memories. Uncle Jimmy, I know you are reading this, don't forget to set a tee time for when Bob and I come meet you in heaven.