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September 10, 2017
Dear Jeanne, Julie, Janet and Family.

So sorry to hear of your loss. We have very fond memories of your Dad. Jim was a very caring person with a gift for telling a story. When we celebrated Glenn's 80th & 85th birthday's Jim shared some humorous
stories about Glenn that we will always cherish.
We have included a picture of your Dad, Mother and some friends from Mitscher Court taken at Glenn's 85th birthday brunch. We love this picture of friends enjoying tine together. We have enjoyed receiving the beautiful family Christmas cards.
Please know our love and thoughts are with you all.

Love, Glenn & Margaret Thornton
September 9, 2017
I met first Jim in 2010 in Bethesda during the process of beginning a project to produce a new drug for treatment of epilepsy. In the years since that first meeting, we had many conversations and discussions about planning and strategies to move the project forward. The project now appears to be nearing completion, in no small part to Jim's unwavering commitment and dedication during the scientific, administrative, and logistical uncertainties and challenges. While most of our conversations focused on the work of project, every now and then a little bit of Jim's outside life would be revealed, as during the days of March Madness on a Friday afternoon when he confessed he was really looking forward to watching basketball, including the University of Wisconsin team, during the weekend. With his passing, I have now learned that we had a lot more in common regarding background and life experiences than either of us realized. Jim, we at Neurogenomex thank you for your relentless dedication to our project, and the teamwork that you promoted and nurtured. If a new treatment for epilepsy eventually emerges from this work, your efforts and dedication work will have been a significant force in bringing benefits to millions of people with epilepsy. I hope you look down with satisfaction on that day.
September 9, 2017
I met first Jim in 2010 in Bethesda during the process of beginning a project to produce a new drug for treatment of epilepsy. In the years since that first meeting, we had many conversations and discussions about planning and strategies to move the project forward. The project now appears to be nearing completion, in no small part to Jim's unwavering commitment and dedication during the scientific, administrative, and logistical uncertainties and challenges. While most of our conversations focused on the work of project, every now and then a little bit of Jim's outside life would be revealed, as during the days of March Madness on a Friday afternoon when he confessed he was really looking forward to watching basketball, including the University of Wisconsin team, during the weekend. With his passing, I have now learned that we had a lot more in common regarding background and life experiences than either of us realized. Jim, we at Neurogenomex thank you for your relentless dedication to our project, and the teamwork that you promoted and nurtured. If a new treatment for epilepsy eventually emerges from this work, your efforts and dedication work will have been a significant force in bringing benefits to millions of people with epilepsy. I hope you look down with satisfaction on that day.
September 8, 2017
We are deeply saddened by the passing of our dear colleague and great friend, Jim
Cradock. I came to know Jim when I started my fellowship training at Bldg 37, NCI, NIH in 1978. Our paths crossed many time
throughout these years. He was knowledgeable, meticulous and above all, a kind and gentle soul. We'll miss him sorely. May God be with him always.