John, I'm very sorry to hear about your father. I would see him from time to time in my store, he was a really great guy. I wish you the best of luck in a really tough time.
Dear Judi and family,
It was truly an honor and a pleasure to have the opportunity to work with Jim at Ivy House and also to know him as a friend. When my husband, Bob, was diagnosed with cancer about one month after Jim's diagnosis, we realized they had the same team of doctors at Rex Hospital. We would regularly compare notes and progress of their treatment. It is so sad that they are both gone now. It seems to me that the world would be a much better place if they were both still here. May God bless you and your family now and always. I will always remember Jim fondly.
Judi, John & Matt
So very sorry for your loss. Jimmie was a one of a kind man and a great cousin. His ties, shorts, & socks will always be in my memories of one styling dude. Loved his quick wit and gift for telling a tale. He will be missed by many, but so glad "Everything Peaceful" Cuz AB
I knew Jim for the past several years now, through working with him at Ivy House. The last words spoken from him were in an email after I found out about his illness. I told him that my thoughts and prayers were with him, and he said to me "You are a true friend." Dear Jim, you were the true friend, and I will miss you dearly. Condolences to his family. Annette DePoy (Clayton, NC)
Judi ... Jim was your soulmate ... he'll always be with you ... in your memories and in your heart. My thoughts and prayers are with you and Jim.