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July 31, 2013
Words are very difficult to find to express my feelings of loss and heartache at the loss of my dear cousin Jimmy... Jimmy, we grew up together sharing family celebrations and holidays... we worked together in summertime and made mischief, too. I was so happy for you when you found your love match in Sammy and made it my priority to attend your beautiful wedding in St. Louis... more recently, getting to know your beautiful son has been just wonderful.... he has so much of you in him... I am saddened that we won't be able to share more times together or make any more mischief together.... as I had so dreamed of for our retirement years... I will forever miss you, my dear cousin, Jimmy... forever in my heart... xo
July 31, 2013
Mom emailed me today about Jimmy (I can't think of him as James). It's a bit strange - I had an incredibly vivid memory of Jimmy this weekend (!). It was in your mom's house. I'm guessing I was about 11-12 years old, wearing my first pair of bellbottom pants that I begged my mom to buy for me. They were a hideous plaid pattern from Sears Roebuck and I hated them because I really wanted blue jeans, but hell, they were bellbottoms. And Jimmy was sitting in a wing chair in your mom's living room playing a guitar and singing The Doors 'Light my Fire', and I just thought he was SO cool, and I was so embarrassed that I was wearing such uncool bellbottoms because I had such a crush on him! How is it possible that such excruciating adolescent feelings can resurface so much later in life? And why did that memory reappear just a couple of days ago? I remember your mom showing me some photos of Jimmy in St Petersburg about 12 years ago, just before he became a dad - really tan, and smiling, with a big mustache - and I remember thinking 'This guy looks really happy; not getting-my-photograph-taken happy, but happy in his life.' I hope that was true.
July 31, 2013
To Aunt Anne, Anne, Robert and entire family: Wanted to say your tribute to Jimmy was perfect. Great childhood memories with the Lynchs, O'Donnells, Smiths and Dohertys!

Never saw such a perfect and accurate description of anyone before. My heart goes out to you all. He will be missed.

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Jimmy, Patti, Maureen and Dan/December, 2012
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