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August 19, 2014
We will surely miss Jim walking his girls in the neighborhood! He was always upbeat and had a good word for everyone. The neighborhood will not be the same without him....
August 18, 2014
"A Customer's Man" is what he always called himself. He was a vibrant chap and always had time for a hearty laugh I'll miss him dearly... God rest his soul- 'My best to his family' David Horonzy
August 12, 2014
So very sad to hear of Jim's passing. He was a noble soul and will be missed very much. My deepest sympathy to his family.
August 12, 2014
It's hard to believe of Jim's passing. We had a wonderful 60th reunion at Colgate. I've known Jim since the late 40's. I attended Montclair High School with Jim and his brother Rich. We entered Colgate in 1950, became Sigma Chi fraternity brothers and have been close long distance friends ever since. I even crewed for Jim in his Lightning class boat. If there ever was a Colgate supporter, it was Jim. My sincere condolences to Tom and all Jims family. I loved the guy and will miss him deeply. In Hoc, Dick Heddy
August 11, 2014
Jim's passing was heartbreaking to me, and my entire extended family. My family arrived in Fort Lauderdale, to be told by my father, Dr. Dickens, who considered Jim to be his very best friend, if not his only "true friend" that he had passed away only a day earlier. We had plans to get together, which were made in the previous weeks. Even a week earlier was the last time I spoke with him, and he was full of life, and excited to see us. I wanted to see him, and his dogs, and have my children see him again. He was also going to help us with financial matters with my father. His last act for me was to form a retirement account for my 6 year old son, Kayden. He had previously formed an account for my daughter, Kylea. It was very sad to hear this news, especially since our dog, Karma, died on the same day. When I had asked Jim who would look after my accounts when he was getting older, he said not to worry, he was going to be my adviser at least another ten to fifteen years. He was close to my entire family. When I'd call him from my work, to see how my accounts were doing, we'd always mix business with pleasure and have wonderful conversations, and he would always laugh, and make me laugh, telling stories. I will miss his sense of humor. I could go on and on about Jim. He was a true friend, and made wise stock choices for my accounts. He ended every phone call with a Latin prayer for my family and myself. Everyone can use prayers, and it was a unique gift of his to pray for me every time. I will that, and all he had to give my family, and myself. God Bless Jim. Tears... But, I know he is now holding Jesus' hand. Thomas R. Dickens

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