Jim Waldron was always a very friendly person. May he rest in the winds of his sailboat. My best to Ann and all the family. Chris edgell
I am loosing a colleague and a dear friend from over 50 years.
I keep the memory of a man of integrity with a great sense of friendship.
May God bless his soul.
Ann and family, such a great picture of Jim taken at the lake with the grandkid tree house in the background. Have a card for you ready to mail but need your address. Sorry we won’t be able to come to Jim’s celebration of life. We are sorry for your loss and think of you often. Sending love and hugs,
Ginger and Eric
Helen and I met Jim, through Rand Simpson, when they were eye residents at MGG. We became fast friends with Jim and and were always in touch. We had many mutual trips between Montreal, Vermont, Toronto, and Muskoka. We will miss Jim greatly. He was a fixture in our adult lives and important to our 3 children. He was kind, considerate, ethical, and a wonderful friend. He was a true internationalist and we learned a lot about New Zealand, Vermont and Kentucky, Quebec, et al. We will miss him terribly, and extend to Ann and family our most loving symathy. We will be present Sunday to celebrate his wonderful life Robert and Helen Richards-Toronto.
Over the past 40+ years Jim and Ann were annual guests at the August 1st long weekend at the Richards cottage in Gravenhurst. Jim never missed his visit on the Segwin after he had cooked up a magnificent breakfast for whomever wanted to partake. Jim was a valued friend and will be sadly missed.