Our heart goes out to the entire Sheahan family. We were neighbors in Curtice for a short spell but enjoyed his laughter and wonderful stories. A true inspiration to so many of the neighborhood children. Our son, Jeremy (Bo Peep) adored him and said he was going to be like him someday! Our community has lost a wonderful man. We were so fortunate to have known him. With kind regards...from the Tober Family.
To the Sheahan Family: I have some very fond memories of Jim and my time at Dimech. I have used things learned from Jim over the years on a daily basis. I have thought about some the conversations we had over the years and it makes me smile when I think back - he will be missed - we sure had some good times. I am sorry for your loss - he was a great man and a good friend.
Sincerely, Mark Jacobs
Jan & Family,
I am so sorry to hear of Jims passing. Our world has lost a great man and he will be missed dearly. While working with Jim is how I came to know him, he meant and your family means so much more to me than work. My prayers are with you.
Ken Padgett, Dublin, Ohio
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
To the Sheahan Family: I worked with Jim in the '80's, serving on the Plumbers & Pipefitters Apprentice Committee. Jim always tried to help the young men coming up in the trade. He was always fair with me - willing to send a welder or help on a project in any way he could. It was a pleasure knowing Jim and my thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Sincerely, Bud Rowe, Rowe Plumbing & Heating, Inc.
Jan and family,
The Jacobs' family sends sincere sympathy and love to you and regret your loss. He can be proud of his work throughout his long career. Much love and many prayers.
Sending love and hugs at this very challenging time. May the wonderful memories sustain your entire family and friends, as you grieve the loss and celebrate his life. Love you, Becky!
Jan & family ,it was such a pleasure to work for Jim at Dimech .He was always GIVING & never expected anything in return,just hard work & a job well done .I will miss him ,Don Fish -aka ,Mr. Fixture
To the Sheahan Family
I spent a great deal of my childhood at your home and have a lot of fond memories of Jim, He wa s like a second father to me and everyday I take a peace of him with threw out the day.My thoughts and prayers are with you
Janice & family, I am so sorry to hear about Jim. I wish I could get up there. But my heartfelt sympathy and prayers are with you.
Jim was one of the fairest and finest men I ever met in the contruction industry. When I was just starting out as an electrical project manager, I was involved in several jobs that Jim was also invloved with. There were many times during these jobs that Jim would take me aside after a job meeting and tell me how to get things done that would allow our electrical work to be completed and not interfer with other trades' work. He was a true gentleman and always treated me with respect and his help was always available even though we were in different trades. The world has lost a great man.
Russ Zimmerman, Romanoff Electric (your business neighbor)
A very great loss to the family and the community. You all are in our thoughts at this sad time. Love, Uncle Rich, Aunt Doris, & Wendy
To Jan and the Family.
Our hearts are sad with the passing of Jim. His kindness was so appreciated and will be deeply missed. My kids, grandkids and great grandkids always enjoyed seeing the horses and the sheep.
Jim will be remembered in our prayers.
Beverly Cline and Family
Jan and family: I want to extend my deepest sympathy . Sylvia Vincent, Payson , Arizona.
On behalf of the Susor Family I wish to extend our deepest sympathy to the entire Sheahan Family your loss cannot be measured. The width and breadth of Big Jim's personality transcended all boundaries. He lived his life with style and grace commanding the respect of all around him. I have had the distinct pleasure of working with him on many jobs as well as around the farm and I can truly say that Northwest Ohio has lost an Icon. The business world has lost an honest and fair construction professional; Jerusalem Twp. has lost a stable voice of reason; words cannot express the loss to the Sheahan family, and I have surely lost a friend and mentor.
Tom, Sandy and the entire TAS family have you and your family in our thoughts and prayers.
Jan, what a wonderful write up in the Blade today of Jim's accomplishments.I was sad to hear of his passing but please know you and your family are in our prayers.
Jan,so sorry for your loss. the best to you and the family
I had the pleasure of working with Jim over the past few years. We did many projects together, includes BGSU dorms. Jim's strong leadership and our partnership working together will be greatly missed. May your memories of family and friends be with you.
Brent Romines/President/BA Romines Sheet Metal
So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family during this difficult time.
Rick and Miranda Hinojosa
Sheahan Family, As the days and weeks pass,may you feel the comfort and love of Family and Friends.
Working for Mda and Morgan Mechanical I was able to meet Jim...what a delightful man...always smileing, honest, friendly, caring in his business ways,so knowledgeable and would share his concerns so that the ending product worked at its best for all,etc. For a man that started with a difficult beginning, he took the bull by the horns and made A GREAT LIFE..You the family know God will be so pleased with his works...Peace to all of you in the Sheahan family....
Roger, Laura, Dakota, and Madison...we are so very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Love,