Jim, I heard today of your father's passing and offer my condolences to you and your family.
Please accept my condolences and tribute to a great man. I recall your dad helping out when (uncharacteristically) Jim, a couple of other classmates, and I got into a little scrape with the authorities over 40 years ago.
We are sorry to hear about your brother;
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Jim and Cel Doherty
We are really sorry to hear about your Dad's passing! He was one of my parents favorite friends and they always have said that he was one of the nicest person they had ever met.
Dearest Ellen and family, we were saddened to hear of your Dad's passing. He was a true gentleman and you were fortunate to have him as long as you did. I know he will be missed. Bless you all, Zoe & Charlie Murphy
So sorry to hear about the loss of your dad. I remember him always having a smile on his face. He was one of my parents favorite people; they so enjoyed his company. I know my dad especially enjoyed their "fifth Thursday" lunch group. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Such an amazing man!! He compassionately loved his job and continued to speak about it leading up to his last days. It was an honor to be his nurse.
On behalf of the Adams family, I send our sincere sympathies to the Jamra family, our neighbors for many years. I remember Mr. Jamra with much affection, and admired his kind and caring manner. His career in law was rooted in fairness and ethics. A true and rare gentleman! Our hearts are with you all at this sad time.
My condolences to the Jamra family and to Eastman and Smith. Jamille was President of the Toledo Bar Assoc. when I began the practice of law. He was a giant among attorneys. He was always calm, polite, pleasant and smart. There aren't many like him.
So sorry to hear about your father's death. The world needs more gentlemen. My sympathies to your family.
We remember Jamille as one of the kindest most thoughtful man. He will be missed.
Nancy & Joe Hinds, Sarasota
Dear Jamra Family: My deepest of sympathies in your loss. I worked as Mr. Jamra's secretary during his "retired yet still active" years (1991 - 1999). Mr. Jamra was always such a gentleman and very kind. He treated everyone with respect, no matter what their position was at the firm. Mr. Jamra is lighting up Heaven with his smile and but he will be deeply missed by those who he left behind.
What I admired most about him was his insistence that the law should be considered a profession, not a business.
My sympathies go out to the entire Jamra family on the passing of a wonderful gentleman. I have worked in the litigation section at Eastman & Smith for 32 plus years, and working with Mr. Jamra in the years leading up to his retirement was something I will always treasure. He was a joy to work with, and always had a smile for you no matter what was going around him. My wish is that your memories will help you through this difficult time. He will be greatly missed.