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September 20, 2018

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March 7, 2018
I worked for James Handley at the Office of Labor Relations. An interesting guy to say the least. He sure knew how to keep the budget down.
December 19, 2017
Big Jim: Your life was the epitome of public service!, from your days in the student council at St. Peters HS through your exemplary service to the people of NY City! It was always a pleasure to run into you! God bless and give you rest! Cliff Gibbs, FDNY RET.
December 12, 2017
As his surviving older brother and with my sister,too,as the sharers in his childhood and his many rich and rarer life experiences and the love of his parents,too I share this simple thought....My mother at times would call him "Jim the Joiner" since he was always engaged full bore in any/all things whenever the opportunity and call was made to serve, to lead and to help.
In Ireland as children we knew a man nicknamed "Bat (Bartholomew) the Joiner" because he was a carpenter by trade. I have often, over the years, thought how our Mom had aptly and shrewdly seen her son / our brother Jim because his life was to build things and relationships and bring people together and to make peace or at least "join with each other" in solid and lasting ways. Godspeed and God bless. Love Jeremiah
December 11, 2017
Elizabeth--my deepest condolences on your loss--which is a profound loss for all of us. Guys like Jim, as you know better than anyone, are one in a million. He made the world a better place by his honesty, caring, humor, and smarts. I worked with Jim at OLR in the 70's under Harry Karetzky, who I know was as proud as can be about Jim's success. I'll drink a toast to Jim and you and yours, and wish you all the best.