Was so sorry to hear of Jim's passing. Growing up with Jim was a pleasure and someone I will always have fond memories.
Mrs Briggs and Family,
I am so sorry. I enjoyed talking with Jim, he was a nice man. I am thinking of you. Sandra (5-1200)
Dearest Briggs Family,
We were deeply saddened to learn the news of Jim's passing. He was a wonderful person and will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
The Chiarolla Family
Jim was simply a fine man, honorable in all his dealings. It was my privilege to know him. I am very sorry for his family's loss; they should know that the people who worked with him held him in the highest esteem, as a businessman and as a human being.
To the Briggs family;
My deepest sympathy, Jim will truly be missed. I started at LCP about a year before Jim and what I will always remember is his smile and how much he cared about everyone. Even after the Thomson take over, he was still there and he always cared!
To Jim's family, my sincere condolences! I had not seen Jim since I left Lawyers Co-op in 1990. During my time at LCP and my contact with Jim, he was always a good guy, and a caring individual. His sincere feelings for a loss that I had suffered certainly helped me during a difficult times. I will keep your family in my prayers.
Dear Paula and family,
There was, and never will be, a time that a smile wasn't brought to my face every time I thought of Jim. He made my years at LCP so much fun. His laugh was contagious and we did that a lot. I will forever cherish those memories. How his face lit up talking about you and the kids will never be forgotten either. May you find some comfort knowing how his Legacy will live on. My sincerest sympathy to you, Andrew, Peter and Julie.
The Sedoric/Davis family sends love and hugs to the entire Briggs family. Jim will forever be in our hearts and souls. Thinking of you all today as you honor Jim, his wonderful sense of humor and his life. With love, Barb, Tom, Holly, Boone and Annie
To the Briggs family - Jim was one of the people in my life that made me smile anytime I thought about him. A genuine old-fashioned "good" guy and I am so thankful he entered my life. Our world is a better place because of his spirit!
Dear Nancy and Joe,
We remember Jim and both of you just yesterday in the halls of Harley. He was always so bright and happy, and so were we as we watched our kids grow. All his happy memories will live on in your hearts forever. Love, Ginny and Don Brooks
Paula and family:
All of us cancer suvivors admired Jim for the courage and spirit he fought his battle with. He was such an inspiration to us all. I appreciated every word of encouragement he offered me. As a friend he will be missed. I pray for you all and know that his suffering is over and he is in Gods kingdom
I am heartbroken. Jim was a good friend to me as a colleague of RBTL and founder of Cross Currents Minority Rowing. With every row and every show, I will be reminded of his quiet, gracious and giving spirit.
We were all so saddened to hear of your loss. Jim will always be remembered fondly. He fought such a long hard battle. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
I remember dining on scallops at your home in Allentown in the 70's and cherish all the years we've known each other. My hope is that fond memories will sustain you and the children as you mourn the loss of Jim. You are in my prayers.
Dear Nancy and Joe: It's hard to say how shocked and saddened I was to hear about Jim. The notice in the D&C brought back a flood of memories about those good years at Harley when Steve Hinrichs was headmaster, you two were often around the school, and Jim was a rambunctious kid, quick to be playful and grin, and just as quick to work hard and do something decent. Elaine and I send our best wishes for memories that warm and good days yet to come.
Oh Paula, you have been in my thoughts this past week ... now I know why. Prayers of thanksgiving for Jim's life are lifted as well as prayers of sorrow and hope as you grieve in these days!
Dear Paula and Family...
I am so sorry for what you are going through. I have been thinking of you all day and keeping you in my prayers. Jim was such a wonderful guy. I fondly remember my days of working with him at LCP and how nice he was to work with.
With my heartfelt condolences,
Dear Paula, Andrew, Peter & Julie,
Jim truly was a champion, not only in this fight, but in everything he decided to accomplish. I'll treasure his memory, and I'll keep you all in my prayers.
Jim was a wonderful person to work for and with--he had that special way of making all around him feel good about themselves. My thoughts and prayers to you. Teri Kruk
My heartfelt sympathy to you and your family. The world has lost an amazing man.
A candle for you Jim...for all the joy and laughter you brought to everyone. You will be greatly missed by all.
Paula and the Briggs Family:
Debra and I have you in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. Jim was a good man, father and friend and will be fondly remembered by all who had the pleasure of knowing him.
Dick & Debra Huxley