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September 23, 2018

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August 11, 2018
Thank you so much for signing out guest book. If you include an email address, I would love to touch base with you and hear your stories about your times with our dad.
Elaine
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August 9, 2018
Aug.9th 2018

Just learned and saddened to hear of Jim's passing from the Lake Placid News.

I grew up in LP with Jim, went to his house as a cub scout, he followed a year after me to Holy Cross. We had many parties,beers and double dates, including our prospective wives. He introduces me to my wife now of 58 years, Agnes Kendrick.

I wish I could of stayed more in touch, my prayers and thoughts are with you, Jim and family.

Peter G. Reiss
August 3, 2018
Thank you all for signing this guest book - your thoughts and prayers have sustained us through this difficult time.
July 15, 2018
My condolences to the family of James H. Kerr.

When I first came to Kingston Jim was one of the first attorneys I met and was always willing to share his knowledge with younger attorneys.

He was an extremely gifted trial attorney and more than the equal of any of his contemporaries.

Jim was known for his pithy statements, the one that sticks in my mind is,

"A good lie, well told and stuck to is better than than the truth."

That was said by him in jest, but has an element of truth to it. Jim was very ethical and a credit to the profession in every respect.

When Jim was telling his stories, other attorneys would form a crowd around him to listen to what he had to say whether it was about one of his trial exploits or a humourous adventure that he experienced.

Jim you will be sorely missed. I will look forward to shooting the breeze with you in the next life.