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November-28-13
Both Maggie Siggins and I remember fondly a wonderful trip that Jim McCrorie organized from The Pas to Churchill, Manitoba. On that voyage by overnight train were eminent worthies including the then new President of the University of Regina, Don Wells and his new wife, Deborah, Professor Barry Barlow and his partner, Mary Love. Jim cheered us on as we passed from taiga to tundra and finally arrived at the magnificent Hudson's Bay. Jim was a wonderful, informative leader on that memorable occasion. He was always a strong advocate of the Hudson's Bay Route Association, supporting an increase in the direct shipping between Churchill and Europe. I know Jim would be happy knowing that this dream is now reality. Bon Voyage, Jim. You will be missed. Gerry Sperling
November-28-13
I greatly admired him as a colleague. My deepest condolences.

G. Papini
Physics Emeritus
U. of R.
November-26-13
My deepest sympathy, Elaine and family. Thinking of you at this time.
November-25-13
I met Jim at a National Farmers Union seminar. As one of my mentors, Jim played a role in influencing my social and plitical views.
November-25-13
I first met Jim and Elaine about 20 years ago, on Hecla Island, Lake Winnipeg. I was there with the "Moroccos," a fraternal golfing organization comprised of old friends from across Canada. Elaine became a dedicated participant in Morocco Golf Week thereafter. Jim, meanwhile, as perhaps the only non-golfing Scot on the planet, was content to sit out the golf, but took great pleasure in partaking of the ancillary social activities. The Moroccos, to a person, were captivated by his wit and warmth. We will miss him greatly, particularly when MGW rolls into Regina for the 2014 renewal. Our sincere condolences to Elaine and the family.
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