Dear Emma Lou, Kathy, and Craig, I am going to miss Jim like I miss my own father. He set a wonderful example of class, generosity, and charismatic goodness that my son James II and I have tried to follow. Thank you for all the lessons you taught to your grandchildren. Love James, Megan, and Joe Fitzmaurice
May God grant the family and friends strength beyond what's normal to cope with the loss of their loved one - 2 Corinthians 4:7.
Dear Emma Lou,
Across the miles from FJR to California..
Across the years from 1940s to 2013
Mrs. Miller and I send our most sincere condolences on the loss of you life mate Jim.
Since FHR our lives have almost crossed many times; My office was in Anaheim hills for 35 years, I retired to Pismo on the central coast, you daughter lives in Santa Maria, my wife was President of Allan Hancock College & Sam IV is a Doctor at Marion hospital....Life is indeed stranger than fiction.
I will always remember Jim & you Emma Lou from those halcyon yesteryears on the hill top so long ago and far away.
Dear Emma, I had the privilege of knowing Jim while with Merck in the San Francisco office in the 70's and 80's. Always a joy to work with. Please accept my sincere condolences. Rich Hill, Palm Springs
Dear Emma and Family,
Jim and I crossed paths often n the infusion room. In spite of our reason for being there, our spirits always rose when Jim came in. My sincerest condolences to you. I would also like to extend my condolences to Edgar, who took such great care of him.