Sincerest condolences to Maureen, Ross and Neil and families.
Jim certainly was enough. He was the ultimate professional, a man of integrity and a colleague who put the interests of others first. He was such an asset to Laurier's Business Department and a great contributor in other places as well. We could always count on Jim's ability to see through the fogs of complexity and communicate his understandings forthrightly.
The live streamed service was so honouring to Jim and Maureen and to the Lord. It was a privilege and blessing to be led and inspired with the lovely lilt of Jim's mother tongue. This was an exceptionally well done and touching memorial.
May rich memories of Jim's life and the comfort of the Lord be to you all.
Maureen: we were so sad to hear that Jim has died. Our deepest sympathy. We remember those years when you came to Canada with immense fondness, with your support as we started off as parents and fellow newbies to this area. Your kindness, caring and total sense of fun are always deeply appreciated. We can only imagine the loss you now experience. Sally and John
Dear Maureen...my sincere condolences on the passing of your beloved Jim. "You have a garden of MEMORIES showered with a million tears"! Cherish your many memories...Your sadness will fade, but your memories will last forever. Your loving husbandleaves behind a life well lived, a loving heart and a lasting legacy. BLESSINGS...Barb Martz.
My sincere condolences to you and your family on Jim's passing. Jim and I worked together at Wilfrid Laurier University and he was a valued colleague whose warmth, kindness and thoughtful suggestions were appreciated by others. He will be remembered fondly by those he taught and worked with.