I first met Jim as a kid playing baseball on the property next to our house. Jim and his father came over and his dad asked if Jim could play with us.We became great friends from that day forward. We played many rounds of golf together at the Manchester County Club. Our dads each bought us junior memberships to the club, so we played almost every day. When Jim returned from Vietnam, we started hanging around again. I lost touch with him in the late 80's but called him just a few weeks ago to see how he was doing. He called back and left a message saying "I thought you were dead by now". He always had a way of making you laugh!
He will be greatly missed. I only wish I could have connected with him more recently. Thanks for the memories Jim. -Rick Andisio
So very sorry to hear of Jim's passing. His sense of humor as he passed thru my office always brightened my day. And, of course, he was so very proud of his children. Amanda, my sincere condolences to all.
Wishing you my heartfelt sympathy. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Please accept our sincerest condolences.
John and dyanne rafal
Those we love remain with us for love itself lives on, and cherished memories never fade because a loved one's gone. Those we love can never be more that a thought apart. For as long there is a memory, they'll live on in our hearts.
Our thoughts and heartfelt prayers are with you at this time. We are happy to have known Jim and his jovial spirit will never be forgotten.
Our deepest condolences,