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Kelsey Craw
Kelsey Craw
Dear Jane, Pete, Jimmy, and Cait,

I am so saddened to hear of the loss of Jim.  He was a fun-loving, caring person, and I can still hear his laughter.  So many fond memories of the old neighborhood under Jim's watchful eye.  He will be greatly missed.  Sending you all our love and prayers.
Kelsey and the Craw Family
Pat Patterson
Pat (Patty) Brady Patterson

To my dear cuz, Jimmy: No one said ‘cuz’ like Jimmy.

To your deep long, slow laughter; your broad,engaging smile, 21 Hillside, Johnny Carson, the lake house, water skiing, minibike, chicken pox, climbing the stairs of the Washington Monument, pinochle, dancing, ordering a ‘Genny’(Genesee beer) in an upscale bar in Georgetown after my sister, Mary’s wedding in Maryland,; your courage in choosing nursing when it was not particularly popular for men born in the 1950's. So many wonderful memories tied up with you and your sibs, Kathy and Patrick. I now appreciate the depth of the loss, tonight, as I come to understand that you have moved on...and left us behind. But I feel your presence; I almost hear your laugh. Maybe tomorrow my ears will unplug and it will ring through.  Maybe tomorrow the healing will begin.

Lessons learned and sometimes relearned. Don't delay. Visit as soon as the idea strikes you and don't hold back. Act on 'inclinations'; 'hunches'. Tomorrow may be too late.

I deeply appreciate the comments posted today on this page: 'Jim can hear more clearly now'. I sincerely hope that this is true...and Jimmy hears and knows and smiles at the memories....Thank you.

My heart goes out to your family tonight, tomorrow and the many tomorrows after that. May they hear your deep laughter ringing in their ears soon.

Your cuz,
Patty

eileen McLaughlin
eileen McLaughlin
Jane, Peter and Family!
 We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Jim, our sincere condolences for the entire family....now you will have your angel from above watching over all of you...may all the loving, great memories you have bring you peace and comfort in the coming days ahead.  Our prayers are with all of you! 
Love,
Dennis, Eileen and Mary Kate McLaughlin
Margaret Franklin
M.R. Franklin, RN
Dear Jane, Jim, and family,

     You are all in our thoughts and prayers.  Have been praying for your family (esp. Pete) for years, then more recently for Jim's health.  So sorry to hear about Jim's condition but know what a wonderful organization Hospice is and asking God to bring you peace and comfort.  May you draw strength from the love of family and friends.  God bless.
eileen McLaughlin
eileen McLaughlin
Jane, Peter and Family!
 We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Jim, our sincere condolences for the entire family....now you will have your angel from above watching over all of you...may all the loving, great memories you have bring you peace and comfort in the coming days ahead.  Our prayers are with all of you! 
Love,
Dennis, Eileen and Mary Kate McLaughlin
Kelsey Craw
Kelsey Craw
Dear Jane, Pete, Jimmy, and Cait,

I am so saddened to hear of the loss of Jim.  He was a fun-loving, caring person, and I can still hear his laughter.  So many fond memories of the old neighborhood under Jim's watchful eye.  He will be greatly missed.  Sending you all our love and prayers.
Kelsey and the Craw Family
Pat Patterson
Pat (Patty) Brady Patterson

To my dear cuz, Jimmy: No one said ‘cuz’ like Jimmy.

To your deep long, slow laughter; your broad,engaging smile, 21 Hillside, Johnny Carson, the lake house, water skiing, minibike, chicken pox, climbing the stairs of the Washington Monument, pinochle, dancing, ordering a ‘Genny’(Genesee beer) in an upscale bar in Georgetown after my sister, Mary’s wedding in Maryland,; your courage in choosing nursing when it was not particularly popular for men born in the 1950's. So many wonderful memories tied up with you and your sibs, Kathy and Patrick. I now appreciate the depth of the loss, tonight, as I come to understand that you have moved on...and left us behind. But I feel your presence; I almost hear your laugh. Maybe tomorrow my ears will unplug and it will ring through.  Maybe tomorrow the healing will begin.

Lessons learned and sometimes relearned. Don't delay. Visit as soon as the idea strikes you and don't hold back. Act on 'inclinations'; 'hunches'. Tomorrow may be too late.

I deeply appreciate the comments posted today on this page: 'Jim can hear more clearly now'. I sincerely hope that this is true...and Jimmy hears and knows and smiles at the memories....Thank you.

My heart goes out to your family tonight, tomorrow and the many tomorrows after that. May they hear your deep laughter ringing in their ears soon.

Your cuz,
Patty

Margaret Franklin
M.R. Franklin, RN
Dear Jane, Jim, and family,

     You are all in our thoughts and prayers.  Have been praying for your family (esp. Pete) for years, then more recently for Jim's health.  So sorry to hear about Jim's condition but know what a wonderful organization Hospice is and asking God to bring you peace and comfort.  May you draw strength from the love of family and friends.  God bless.
Kelsey Craw
Kelsey Craw
Dear Jane, Pete, Jimmy, and Cait,

I am so saddened to hear of the loss of Jim.  He was a fun-loving, caring person, and I can still hear his laughter.  So many fond memories of the old neighborhood under Jim's watchful eye.  He will be greatly missed.  Sending you all our love and prayers.
Kelsey and the Craw Family
eileen McLaughlin
eileen McLaughlin
Jane, Peter and Family!
 We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Jim, our sincere condolences for the entire family....now you will have your angel from above watching over all of you...may all the loving, great memories you have bring you peace and comfort in the coming days ahead.  Our prayers are with all of you! 
Love,
Dennis, Eileen and Mary Kate McLaughlin
Pat Patterson
Pat (Patty) Brady Patterson

To my dear cuz, Jimmy: No one said ‘cuz’ like Jimmy.

To your deep long, slow laughter; your broad,engaging smile, 21 Hillside, Johnny Carson, the lake house, water skiing, minibike, chicken pox, climbing the stairs of the Washington Monument, pinochle, dancing, ordering a ‘Genny’(Genesee beer) in an upscale bar in Georgetown after my sister, Mary’s wedding in Maryland,; your courage in choosing nursing when it was not particularly popular for men born in the 1950's. So many wonderful memories tied up with you and your sibs, Kathy and Patrick. I now appreciate the depth of the loss, tonight, as I come to understand that you have moved on...and left us behind. But I feel your presence; I almost hear your laugh. Maybe tomorrow my ears will unplug and it will ring through.  Maybe tomorrow the healing will begin.

Lessons learned and sometimes relearned. Don't delay. Visit as soon as the idea strikes you and don't hold back. Act on 'inclinations'; 'hunches'. Tomorrow may be too late.

I deeply appreciate the comments posted today on this page: 'Jim can hear more clearly now'. I sincerely hope that this is true...and Jimmy hears and knows and smiles at the memories....Thank you.

My heart goes out to your family tonight, tomorrow and the many tomorrows after that. May they hear your deep laughter ringing in their ears soon.

Your cuz,
Patty

Margaret Franklin
M.R. Franklin, RN
Dear Jane, Jim, and family,

     You are all in our thoughts and prayers.  Have been praying for your family (esp. Pete) for years, then more recently for Jim's health.  So sorry to hear about Jim's condition but know what a wonderful organization Hospice is and asking God to bring you peace and comfort.  May you draw strength from the love of family and friends.  God bless.