Condolence From: Danny Valentine, Powell, Ohio
Condolence: As friends go, Jimmy was among the very best anyone could ever hope for. When Jimmy was with you, he selflessly made all things about you be it a casual dinner or digging a water line trench, he wanted to do anything and everything he could to make things better for you.
Jimmy's business manor was much the same. He was the fairest most hands on builder I ever worked for, always eager to ask if there was anything he could do to make your job go smoothly as possible.
Words cannot express the void that will be left in ours lives with his absence or the joy of knowing he is waiting in a better place. I will miss him the rest of my days.
Condolence From: Ilona, Gregory and Joseph Nuñez, Dearborn, Michigan
Condolence: Our deepest condolences Yia Yia
We are so blessed to have had such a beautiful, kind, caring, FUNNY soul as our Papou. We will miss him, his love for us and our funny ongoing little jokes we shared. Love you always
Condolence From: April Hazamy
Condolence: Dear Pops, Father Dear, Dad...
Your presence in my life has filled a space in my heart and your passing from this life to the next has emptied another. Maybe that is why we have two chambers?
I am so grateful for the years we had together. Grateful to be able to call you and find a loving, caring father to listen and perhaps give guidance when I questioned what I was doing. Your intuition about world politics and social questions that we differed on was helpful to me to see another point of view.
You were a kind, honest,and generous father, and a loving grandfather. Thank you for being with us. I know your presence in the lives of my children brought them joy and laughter.
One of the best gifts you brought to me is the extension of family! Thank you for Janice, Jim and Roberta, Nicole, and for a short time Jennifer, Abbi and Jimmy. Knowing them and sharing experiences has been like receiving little gifts in my life that I never expected to have. My intention is to nurture those relationships; to support, share time, and enjoy this part of my family. I also hope to hassle my bro Jim just a bit for fun!!
I will miss talking with you and asking how you are and you saying "Well I am still vertical". Now that you are forever horizontal and have obtained the answer to the secret of life, I pray that you are peaceful and know how very much you are loved and remembered.
Love Always, April
Condolence From: Jeanne Thomas, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: Dearest Janice, We are so thankful to have known Jim for these last few years. We will remember his laughter, his funny jokes and how much he adored you. How we enjoyed the good food you both so generously shared with our family! We will miss seeing him always by your side but we rejoice to know he is with His Savior. Love, The Thomas Family
Condolence From: Maria Dallas, Brook Park, Ohio
Condolence: I will miss you Uncle Jim, you great sense of humor and your love!!