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Posted by: Sherrie - Bristol, CT   Sep 18, 2017

Jim's larger than life voice and laughter will always be remembered. He was a very kind and caring person that I was very lucky to have known for such a long time during our Bond days and after. We will all miss him greatly and will not forget all the great times and memories.


Posted by: Sherrie - Bristol, CT   Sep 18, 2017

Before Nancy and Jim got married he and I shared an apartment on Prospect Avenue. His generosity and good humor were only outdone by a solid core of values that defined him and endeared him to all that knew him. Throughout my life I have attempted to take all that I learned from him and incorporate it to the best of my ability. Heroes come and heroes go but he was one that never asked for recognition, he only asked

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Posted by: A friend   Sep 18, 2017

It has been many years since I've had the chance wit down and share a few stories. When I worked with him he was a wealth of knowledge about the insurance/bond industry but most of all he loved his Mets. Enjoy all of the games now Jim.


Posted by: Denise Sirois - Plainville, CT   Sep 18, 2017

Jim's longtime friends in Bond are thinking of him, and his family. Whether connecting with Jim on an account discussion, or how a team looked in last night's game, he was always willing to engage and connect. We've missed him since his retirement, and will remember him as the class act that he was. Jim and his family are in our, and my, thoughts and prayers.


Posted by: Jeff Klenk - Hartford, CT - Coworker   Sep 18, 2017

I am deeply saddened to hear of Jim's passing. His high school classmates are about to have our 50th reunion I was looking forward to seeing him and Nancy again. Jim and I were in Boy Scouts, went to college together, partied mightly and hunted together. He worked the family farm and enjoyed talking to my Dad when he came to do veterinarian work there. I bought a car (56 Ford) from him that served me well. Had many good

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Posted by: Eric Phelps - Owego/Apalachin, NY - Classmate   Sep 18, 2017