From: Linda Jurica
To Jim's family,
I was saddened to see that Jim has passed! I worked with Aggie for years at the old Johnstown Bank/Banker's Trust company. When Aggie retired, we visited often and Jim would join us for lots of laughs. When Aggie passed, Jim called me to let me know. He was heartbroken. As a result, he and I became friends and exchanged cards often. I'm sure he is so happy to be with his Mom again. They had a special relationship. I send my sympathies to all of you and wish you peace in this new year. Sincerely, Linda JuricaFrom: Gerard Williams
Location:Paul Smiths, NY 12970
I am a cousin of Jim's. I am sorry to hear of Jim's death and extend my condolences. Years ago he and his Mother, Agnes, would come to Amsterdam and visit the Cousens, Maloney's and McGrattan's than visit their cousins the Brogan's next door. My Mother was Margaret Brogan, Williams. The last time my Mother and I visited Jim and his Mother they put on a few skits for us which was very enjoyable.
Peace, JimFrom: Deb Callery
Dear family and friends of Jim.
I am so sorry to hear Jim is gone. We became friends many years ago when he visited the Johnstown Public Library. He made us laugh all of the time. I will miss him.From: Donna Fox VanAernam
What a great person Jim was, growing up our
backyard meant Aggie & Jim's side yard. He
always had a smile on his face, an story to
share. Jim you will be missed by many.
DonnaFrom: Peter Wilson
Location:Chapel Hill, NC
Aggie was a good friend of my grandmother Grace on North Perry St. In the early 60s, when Jimmy came home to Johnstown, he would stop to visit my grandmother. I remember Jimmy (we always called him Jimmy) as a happy, funny guy who was nice to my sister, my brother, and me.
May he rest in peace.