Condolence & Memory Journal

Very sad to see this wonderful young man's passing to the Peace which is Infinite. We have loved you Jim and your family since I met your Mom and Dad when they urged me to run for Public Office and oh the fun we all had. I can only express my sadness and tell you as you listen now in your new perfect life how thankful I am to have been chosen as your friend as well as your whole family.
We have so many memories of all the experiences and adventures even a fabulous candy and cheese store I loved going to every day at the old building in the historic Railroad Depot..
God Bless your life in Infinity where all is well and please give a hug to your folks from Frank and Rose Pignone

Posted by Frank and Rose Pignone - Stoneham, MA - Friend   March 20, 2018

Hi Carole,
So sorry to hear about Jim's passing. We will miss seeing him in the summers to come.
I dont know if I ever mentioned it but my sister Carol was once married to a Jim and this is how I was able to memerize your names....
I hope this will not prevent you from coming in for breakfast.
You and your family are always welcome.

Lots of love from all of us at Chutes in Casco.....
God bless

Posted by Cathy Richardson - Casco, ME   March 09, 2018

Carole and family- So sorry for the loss of Jimmy. He was always such a good guy

Posted by John & Pam Noble - Wakefield, MA   March 07, 2018

Carol and family,

I am very sorry for the loss of Jim. I truly enjoyed the years that we cared for him, and thought of him as a really nice guy.

Posted by Frank M    March 07, 2018


Dear Carole, and family;
Although I only had a few chances to speak to him, it was a joy. He had
a way to make me feel comfortable, ending always with laughter. He will
be missed by all who had the good fortune of knowing him.

Posted by Diane Pellegrine - West Newton, MA - Friend   March 06, 2018

Carol so sorry for your loss, I remember him for his wit, he always a smile.

Posted by Rick Hastings - Lowell, MA - Family   March 06, 2018


Dearest Carole & Family,
I am so saddened to hear of Jim's passing. I will always remember his warm smile and long chats we would have at the lake. He would always find the humor in everything. I loved his manicured camp yard and would yell at my husband and tell him "I want my camp to look like Jim's" I know he is dancing, boating and riding a golf cart with the angels. You are in my thoughts and prayers at this most difficult time.
Valerie Jackson
Yellow Road
Point Sebago

Posted by Valerie Jackson - Nashua, NH - Friend   March 05, 2018