I didn't know Jim very well at all as I only met him once or twice, but Susan often spoke fondly of him. I am sure he will be missed.
My first real hiking experience was with the Brown family. Somehow Jim and I ended up hiking DOWN the Flume Slide Trail - despite all the guide books' advice to only climb UP this trail. Perhaps this adventure was part of the Brown vetting and screening process. Wore out the seat of my pants but evidently passed the test, a year or so later becoming Jim and Carolyn's daughter-in-law. We always shared this fond recollection with a wink and a smile. He was a generous, resourceful and loving man. I have been, and continue to be, deeply blessed - being part of this wonderful family and very special neighborhood.
A good friend and a real gentleman!
Sorry for your loss Nancy. It's a difficult thing to loose a parent. My thoughts are with you.
Sorry to hear of Jim's passing. I learned of it while in Rye this week. He was a good friend of and relative to my father Robert (Bob) Goss and helpful to me, too, after my father's passing. My condolences to the entire family.
Cousin Sandra Goss Munsey