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May 25, 2018

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November 29, 2012
Dear Debbie, Theo, and Family,
We are so sorry to learn that James has passed away. Please accept our sincere sympathy and know that you are in our thoughts. We pray that you feel God's strength and peace during this difficult time.
Sincerely,
The Triolo Family
November 28, 2012
I graduated with Gino from hoover high in 1964. He was a straight up guy who always acted like an adult and respected others. It is so unfortunate when a high achiever leaves this earth
November 28, 2012
To Jim's family: Please accept my deepest sympathy.
November 28, 2012
I am very sad to hear of Jim's too soon death.

He was a good friend and I remember vividly riding in his gold 1962 Corvette. Wow he was cool! Those rides probably were part of my inspiration to own Corvette's my entire life and still competitively racing ZO6 today.

It was interesting that Jim and I had a close relationship for he was probably at the top of the academic class while I was towards the bottom. That probably says a lot about the man he was throughout life. After reading his obituary, it is obvious that he was a person who made a major contribution to all those he touch.

I was thinking about Jim a couple years ago and meant to contract him. It is a good life lesson to reach out to people who were significant in our life before it is too late.

Larry Bittner