In Memory

James Stewart

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02/06/13 11:39 AM #1    

Rita Barnes (Farmery)

Jimmy was a fellow classmate from Doylestown Boro School so I'd known him forever.  He was funny, kind and a gentleman.  He will be missed at the reunion - RIP


03/03/13 04:37 PM #2    

Donna Lee Fratrik (Engle)

I did not know Jim in school but when we moved to Towanda in Bradford County in 1994 he was working at the local hardward store parttime.It was good to share Doylestown memories with someone again. My husband and I would have breakfast with him quite often and I enjoyed his wit and intellect. I could always talk about politics and neither of us would get heated.Great discussions. We travelled down state together for the last reunion and Louise Froehlich was a gracious host to us. Jim always had his companion Murphy(a lovely stray dog he saved) with him walking thru the town of Towanda or along the river walk.. We were honored to be at his memorial service and share with many friends he made over the years in the Northeast area. Two of his friends here have adopted Murphy and Jim would be very pleased with that. When I travel into Towanda I feel that I should see him with Murphy walking the town. He is missed.


05/02/13 06:28 PM #3    

Elizabeth Camp (Miller)

Jimmy was alwaysso nice to me in high school. Was in my homeroom. He would always dance with me atchool dances.  We lived in Troy, Pa from 69 to 81 but never did see him when we went to Towanda. Darn. Nice guy.  

05/02/13 11:27 PM #4    

Sue Friedland

 I remember Jimmy from the band. He sure played a great trumpet !! He was a nice guy as well.

Sorry to hear he is gone.   Rest in peace Jim.


05/13/13 02:34 PM #5    

Rita Houk (Sneddon)

Jim was a good friend in high school.  He and I were tutored in solid geomoetry by Miss Myers every Saturday morning for several months.  I guess we were the dummies in the Advanced Math class!  And we always seemed to get into trouble in History class in eighth grade - he sat behind me and we were less than attentive to the teacher.  He will indeed be missed. God rest his soul.

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