Condolence & Memory Journal

So very sorry to hear this sad news. My thoughts and prayers are with you all!

Posted by Marsha Whitman - Mansfield, MA - Acquaintance   November 01, 2020

Let the one who is thirsty come; and let the one who wishes take the free gift of the water of life
Jim, what a great loss your family, your community, the Catholic Church, and the world has suffered.
Rest In Peace my friend.

Posted by Charbel Assi - Rehoboth, MA - Friend   October 24, 2020

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time.
Louise & Don Costello

Posted by Louise & Don Costello - Danielson, CT - Family Friend   October 23, 2020

Jim was a good man, a good father, and a good husband taken far too soon. We are so sorry Lynn, Ryan and Erica. We were married in the same year and had kids in the same year, our hearts are breaking for you.

Posted by Christine and Christopher Abreu - Farmington, CT - Friend   October 22, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss. Jim and I were friends when we were kids. I have fond memories of our time together in Mrs. Jay's 2nd grade class in South School, and in our neighborhood, Sumner Gardens. Jim was a very kind person. My condolences to the family.

Posted by Janet Caskey - Mansfield, MA - Friend   October 22, 2020

My sincerest condolences to Jim's family. Although I had not been in contact with Jim since Spellman, I still recall his sharp wit and keen sense of humor that helped us through chemistry lab and long hours of set construction working on the annual musicals at Spellman. It's a rare person who has that lasting impact on his fellow man. I know he will be missed.

Posted by Martin Dillis - Palm City, FL - Classmate   October 21, 2020

Our hearts are broken at a wonderful man leaving us too soon. Love and prayers for Lynn, Ryan and Erica. Know that now he is praying for you alongside his friends, Bernadette and so many others.

Posted by Chris & Krissy Donoghue - Attleboro, MA - friend   October 19, 2020

Although Jim was 4 years older and lived right up the street he was a quiet gentleman who was kind hearted to all of us in our younger days. The last game of the season for the Bruins in 1986 against the Vancouver Canucks with Cam Neely as a rookie he gave Bunny four tickets. Me Benny and my brother went to the game and had a great time. Its the little things in life you remember about people that stick with you for a lifetime and feel a sense of loss and sadness when they pass away. I alos remember when he was the altar boy at Our Lady of the Rosary and the chapel at the Cushing hospital. Thoughts and prayers for Jim and especially his family at this sad time.
My sincere Condolences
William Statkiewicz

Posted by William Statkiewicz - Stoughton, MA - Neighbor   October 19, 2020

We are so deeply saddened to hear of Jim's passing and of your tremendous loss. Our prayers are with you all.

Posted by Kathy & Rich & Family Price - Mansfield, MA   October 18, 2020

It was a privilege to have spent time with Jim and Lynn. His time on earth was far too short, and we feel lucky for the gift of having known him.
-- Tess and Jacob Gerritsen, Maine

Posted by Tess Gerritsen - Camden, ME - Friend   October 18, 2020

I'm so terribly sorry to hear this news. Jim was always a wonderful and smart colleague for years at Fidelity. My deep condolences and prayers for all. Warmly- Carolyn Clancy

Posted by Carolyn Clancy - Needham, MA - Coworker   October 18, 2020