Rest in peace dear friend! We played basketball against each other (St. Agatha's vs. St. Brigid's), roamed the streets of Meadville thru our Allegheny College days, and were labeled a "terrible trio" (Jim, Jim Hriso, John). We travelled together in "the Dent", Jim's beloved Dodge with rust holes in the floor, and had many, many memorable times together (like Kim & Jim outdancing everyone at one of our kid's weddings). Jim is one those friends that you may not see for years and then when you do get together, you don't skip a beat = picking up right where we left off. You are missed JTH and we will unite on the other side. Your legacy lives on! John Anderson
A wonderful person who I relied upon and trusted as a co-worker; he was a model Air Force Medical Service Corps Officer throughout his Air Force career. It was my privilege to have worked with him and call him my friend.
My brother. My friend. The best laugh-talker I have ever known. Truly contagious. RIP.