Jim was a mentor to me as a young account man at D'Arcy. When I started, he began to receive many of my phone calls since our last name was so similar. Jim was the consummate gentlemen and a man of class. I think he always knew what was truly important in this life. I had lunch with him this past summer and I am so glad I took the time to do that. He set a standard for many of us to follow and I will always remember him fondly. Keith Ulrich
Dear Kathy, I heard about the loss of your dear husband Jim through our mutual friend, Connie Stephenson. I am so very sorry. Judy Norwood
Dear Katherine and Family,
I am so sorry to learn of your loss. Please accept my deepest sympathy and know I will be thinking of you during this difficult time.
Jim was my first boss in the advertising business when I came fresh out of Michigan State University in Marketing.
He was such a mentor and an incredible account man who taught me how to create great relationships with all my clients.
He also loved and supported MSU and we had a great time discussing sports and major events.
He had great writing skills and also knew how to have fun with clients and friends alike.
He will be missed by all. A true mentor to me!
I didn't know him well, but I remember him as a very good man. Our deepest sympathies.
Paul Moody and Elaine Hotchkin, Hannah and Ryan Moody