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August 14, 2018

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February 14, 2018
Jim & I worked at Two Guys for many years. We would sit at lunch and solve all the world problems during that half an hour.

So very sorry to here of his passing. He will be remembered fondly.
February 12, 2018
When we were 13 or so, Jimmy showed up at my front door and asked me to go for a bike ride. Sure, where? His response was, let's just go, I have a map. So, I told my mother, "I'm going for a bike ride with Jimmy." Sure she said, why not get out for a ride, just your typical Sat morning. He had a plan, a map and some snacks.
We started riding and riding. Jim said we're going to the Zoo. I had no idea where that was. We got to Elizabeth via Rt 1 & 9 and approached the Goethal's Bridge. Quite a task for two young kids on bikes. I don't remember exactly what the signs said, something like, walk bikes over bridge. We did walk part of the way up but rode down. At the toll on the NY side a guy yelled at us for the toll and laughed. We continued on to the Staten Island Zoo. We stopped outside with little or no money and one sandwich. We were exhausted and made the decision to head back home, another 25 miles. At the Goethal's again, I got sick, we managed to get to a small store somewhere in Linden where Jim called his father to pick us up. We remained friends but I learned a valuable lesson re: Jimmy making travel plans. Ahh, good times. Rest in Peace Jim.
February 12, 2018
Mary we a sorry for Jim's passing, so many of us have fond highschool memories of our classmate. He continued his love for NP as an adult through his community involvement. He will be missed. May he rest in peace.