Marge Leyden posted a condolence
Thursday, July 2, 2020
Jimmy was always the first person to welcome you at family gatherings. Who could have such a big smile to show how much he loved being there and making you feel special. The happiness he exhibited proved the love and caring he received from his parents, brothers and sisters. I loved when I called Kay, my sister, and he answered the telephone and we would have fun talking about things he liked to do. Never a complaint from Jimmy. When his mother died, he said to me at the service, I miss my mom. I can picture him in heaven with a big smile being with mom and dad again. God bless you. Love you Jim, Aunt Margie
Barbara Warfield Fretchel posted a condolence
Friday, June 26, 2020
I knew Jimmy from Glen Mills Senior Living, where my mother resided until her passing earlier this year. He was a terrific guy! Always smiling and a pleasure to chat with, especially when we were talking about the Phillies. My favorite memories will be the Saturday mornings spent playing BINGO at Glen Mills and the joy Jimmy expressed whenever he won. No doubt, Jimmy brought many a smile to the faces of his family and friends.
Gerry Grubb posted a condolence
Thursday, June 25, 2020
I wanted to take a moment to say how much I will miss "our Jimmy" I work for Glen Mills Senior Living and am very saddened by the loss of this wonderful kind person that I knew Jimmy to be. He always had a smile and would help anyone he saw in need. I will miss speaking to him and laughing about life in general and talking about the Phillies. He really enjoyed his life here at Glen Mills Senior Living and I was proud to call Jimmy my friend. Rest in Peace Jimmy you will not be forgotten.
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Monday, June 22, 2020