James K. Claffey
Buma-Sargeant Funeral Home
42 Congress Street
Milford, MA
Of Wrentham, MA on Feb. 10, 2005. Beloved husband of Jane G. (Nichols) Claffey. Son of Kenneth E. Claffey of Brookfield, WI. Father of Jessiqua E. Claffey, Rossman G. Claffey, Cameron J. Claffey, and Christian K. Claffey, all of Wrentham. Brother of Janice Trede of Cedarburg, WI and four nieces & nephews. Friends and relatives are respectfully invited to the Funeral Service Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2005 at 11 AM in the Original Congregational Church, 1 East St., (Rt. 1A), Wrentham, MA. Visitations: Monday, Feb. 14, 2005, 2-4 and 6-8 PM in Buma-Sargeant Funeral Home, 42 Congress St., MILORD. Memorials: Original Congregational Church, c/o Memorial Fund, P.O. Box 657, Wrentham, MA 02093. Directions/guestbk/add. info. see: www.bumafuneralhome.com Buma-Sargeant Funeral Home 508-473-5511
Published by Boston Globe on Feb. 12, 2005.
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I was a classmate of Jim's at Wisconsin Lutheran High School (Class of 1967). I was fortunate to have recently had lunch with Jim and several other classmates when he came to Milwaukee following his brother's death. Since 1963, I knew Jim for his great sense of humor, quick wit, and broad smile. But his love for Jesus is the greatest legacy he left with me. May God richly bless his family with that promised reunion in heaven.
Greg Naumann
Greg Naumann
February 18, 2005
I worked with Jim at Benefits Unlimited. Jim was truly a wonderful man. He was a kind, thoughtful, and generous person who will be missed. Anyone who knew Jim knows that they are truly lucky to have known him. He's the kind of person you could never forget. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.
Kristen Lucia
February 16, 2005
Jim was the most kind, honest, caring person I have ever met.
He was a true gentleman, a mentor, great friend,
a fun, wonderful "car pool" buddy
and the best "Secret Santa" anyone can ever have!!
My thoughts and prayers are with his wife Jane and his 4 wonderful children that he cherished and was always proud of.
I will miss him very very much.
Dee Canitez
February 13, 2005
Jim was my business partner at Benefits Unlimited. He was the most kind, decent, ethical person I've ever known. Not only I, but everyone who ever knew him will miss him. My wife Cindy and I want his family to know how much he meant to us and to everyone he touched. His certain arrival in heaven leaves those of us on Earth missing him but also comforted that we know for sure where his new home will be.
joel cooper
February 13, 2005
Jim was a prince. One of the few people you are priviliged to meet in life who is all good. Although I did not know Jim for a long time, his passing has had a profound impact on me. I wish him peace, and extend my condolences to his wife and children, his other family members, and his partners.
David Gilden
February 12, 2005
I knew Jim through the Northern RI Chamber of Commerce HR Group which he Lead. Our meeting was scheduled for Thursday but was postponed due to the weather. I was to make a presentation at that meeting and Jim and I spoke several times that week about the content of that presentation. I am truly saddened by his passing and know that many people will miss him on a personal level and well as profession.

My sympathies go to his family and friends.
Cathy Moniz
February 12, 2005
A warm, vibrant, outgoing young man.
He will be missed by everyone who had a relationship with him. Our sincere condolences to his family
Charles Samdperil
February 12, 2005
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