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August 16, 2018

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April 5, 2018
Karen I was talking to Bernie Barrett tonight and I thought about Jim. I am so sorry . You can email or phone me at 905 641-7503.
February 7, 2018
Karen and Family, Joan just learned about Jim's passing this evening and we were saddened, but will never forget how Dr. Lacey took care of me when P&G nurses referred me to him for anemia, but that led us to bring Joan's Mom, Helen Danahy, to him when she came to live with us. She loved him, and we knew she was in good hands for many years while we were in Green Bay. God Bless you all, he will be missed, and we will keep you in our prayers.
January 9, 2018
I worked with Jim Lacey at Beaumont Clinic, and then Prevea Clinic for 17 years. Jim was smart ... really smart! Jim was the benchmark by which all internist who worked with him gaged their own skills and work ethic. The loss of Jim is the loss of the Golden Era of medicine, which grew from a cottage industry, when physicians learned their craft based on careful history taking, physical examination, making a throughout differential diagnosis and reliance on intelligence. I learned a lot from Jim. Not only was Jim smart, but his patients loved him because they knew he cared for them in a personal way. Whenever he spoke, he was laconic, but to the point. Jims death was a shock to me, and has forced me to contemplate my own life, and wonder if I have made as much of an impression and left as much of a legacy as he.

Kevin P Rosteing MD MSMI
January 8, 2018
Karen and family, so sorry to hear of your loss. My heart and prayers are with you.

Marie Smith, RD, CDE
Green Bay, WI