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October 20, 2018

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April 9, 2018
My sincerest condolences to the entire family...I always enjoyed seeing Jim at the golf course and listening to many a great story as we would set up his wonderful gold outing.He was such a great guy to get to know. May peace and comfort find you all.

Erik Spengler
April 7, 2018
He was "Sarky" to me, always there when I needed him. I loved him, I will miss him, I know the world was a better place with him in it. People like to say, "he's in a better place now". I know he will always be in our hearts and in our thoughts, and what better place could anyone want to be? Goodbye for now old friend, I'll be along soon.

All my love to Megan, Carly, Maddy, and Adam
April 6, 2018
I worked for George and Jimmy was a young boy. he was a cutie
eternal rest unto Jimmy
April 6, 2018
As a kid walking to grade school we'd stop at George's Gray St. Market to stock up on candy to take with us.
Young Jim would be playing in front of the store and we'd call him "Jimmy George". Our families lived on the same block of Royal Blvd. RIP kid!