I remember when we visited my parents in Eau Claire for the first time. I was nervous about introducing you to my folks due to my ‚Äúcircumstance‚Äù. You made the meeting very easy and my parents grew to love you as did the rest of my family and friends.
Your last visit for 40 days with me here in Florida was special even though it seemed we were always on the run to the hospital for Jim, Lou, myself and you.
We always made the most of our time together and it was difficult to see you go back to Chicago though we communicated daily for 12 yrs.
Remember our times with Donnie and many New Years Eve outing together.
Hope you‚Äôre having a Gin and Tonic and watching over me now.
I love you and will remember forever
When you can give me the sign sweet one.
I was a student informar√≠at SLS during my junior and senior years where I learned that it‚Äôs hard work to be truly compassionate as Br. Jim was. I learned many life lessons under his tutelage.
My condolences to his family and and to his Capuchins brothers. I Celebrate his life not his death.
Peace be everlasting, Joy in the memories for both families. ‚ÄúHome at last. Home at last...‚Äù