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Dan and Family,
So sad to hear about the passing of your dad. Our deepest condolences.
Ron and Bev

Posted by: Ronald and Beverly Rippel - South Easton, MA - Family Friend   Sep 13, 2020

I met Jim in1965 as a freshman at Stonehill. We were teammates for three years at Stonehill. I will always remember as a freshman how Jim went out of his way to make me feel comfortable and adjust to college life. We were competitors at practice and and strong teammates at games.
My condolences to Jim's family and may he Rest In Peace.

Posted by: Bob Riordan - Gaithersburg, MD - Friend   Sep 04, 2020

I met Jim through his friend Dan Judge in the early 80s. Jim was a smart, warm, funny, and perceptive man, and best of all, lots of fun. I always enjoyed speaking with him.
My husband and I extend our condolences to the family.

Posted by: Marian Tuttle - Maynard, MA - Friend   Aug 30, 2020

Jim and I worked together at Nauset High School for many years and shared in our love of our students and our school community. You will be missed in so many ways.

Posted by: Diane Campbell - Coworker   Aug 27, 2020

Jim had such love for his 3 sons and cared for them deeply. The death of his son Jim was a shock and loss for him. He was a sensitive, funny, strong, intelligent and kind human being. He overcame much physical pain through self care and managed to heal his body of various health projects. He appreciated that his body was so strong his whole life and that he had the opportunity to enjoy playing basketball so much. He loved

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Posted by: Betty Wall - Woods hole, MA - Friend   Aug 24, 2020

This world lost a unique man on August 7. I send my condolences to his two sons and all his family.

Posted by: Samm Ann W Carlton - Waquoit, MA - Friend   Aug 24, 2020

So sad to hear that Jim past away. I hope he rests in peace.
My condolences to His sons and family members.

Edith & Chuck

Posted by: Edith Tydeman - Brewster, MA - Friend   Aug 24, 2020

We are greatly saddened to learn of Jim's passing. He was an avid swimmer at Hawksnest Pond in Harwich. We all enjoyed his soft spoken nature, his endless stories & his commitment to fitness. He was a frequent visitor to the pond & a great part of the group of "regulars"taking pride in our little hidden gem, commenting on new visitors, water temp & limited parking spots. We will miss his sense of humor & shared knowledge. Sincere condolences to his family. Peace to all

Posted by: Nancy Carroll & Ty Marchment - Chatham, MA - Friend   Aug 24, 2020

Jim and I worked as school counselors at Sandwich High School and I loved watching him play basketball at Stonehill College. RIP dear Jim!

Posted by: Beth Thayer - Cummaquid, MA   Aug 23, 2020

I was so sorry to read of Jim's passing. Please accept my condolences for the families loss. I lived on Goodrich Place in Sharon and was a neighbor of Virginia, Janet and Jim. I was a couple of years ahead of Jim in high school but I remember what a great basketball player he was. What great times we had cheering for the Sharon Eagles while they played in the Hockomock championship in Boston Garden. Please know how sorry I am for your families loss.

Posted by: Sharon Rivers Leonard - S Easton, MA - Neighbor   Aug 23, 2020