Hi. I started working with Jim at Continental in 1964 and continued working with him until 1985. In 1979 I moved into Stonington Condos where Jim was already living. I always enjoyed Jim as a co-worker and a neighbor. He was a great friend and musician. He will be greatly missed. Betsy Cozine
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
We met Jim at Benson many years ago and valued him as a good friend. He was the personification of the term "gentle man" We always enjoyed his company and will miss him greatly. We're so sorry for your loss, but remember him fondly.
Betty and Colin Chisholm
I played trombone with Jim in the Sandy Springs New Horizons Band for many years. There were extended periods when Jim and I were the only trombones. We always had a good time and played good music. I sorely missed Jim after he was forced to give up the band several years ago. The band missed Jim, but more importantly, I missed Jim sitting beside me at practices and concerts.
I was sad to learn of Jim's passing and extend my sincere condolences to his family.
Jim Veal was a wonderful person to converse with. We met him at the Sandy Springs Benson Center and looked forward to his conversations with us at lunch on Fridays there.
Jim loved reading and particularly enjoyed books of "sayings".
His presence is missed (but, remembered) at "Jim's table" at Benson.
Jim & Marilyn Anderson