Jim was a very unique person. Always interesting and had his own way of seeing the world. I remember having tea with Liz at the foss street house and I said " Jim, would you like to join us?" He said, " No, I don't want any tea. I just want to sit over here and listen to you gals talk" . He had a special way about him and it always felt like he was going to come up with the greatest idea you had ever heard any minute now !!! The world would be a better place with more people like Jim. He will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.
Celia, I am sorry for your loss, You are in both my and Susan's thoughts. Mike
I have only known Jim for the last 8 years, but it feels like I have known him forever. We shared so many experiences in media work together but in different cities. He was always a quiet listening ear to anything I had to share and I thank him for that and I thank him for all the little electronic gadgets he shared with me. I will miss the times we shared stories and made projects together, whether they be coat hanger DTV antennas or light bulb/LED extravaganzas. He, like Liz, has left us too soon.
I will miss your intellectual conversations. You will truly be missed. My prayers to the family.
Jim - the show will go on, but the lights will be dimmer with out you.....