So Sorry to hear about your Dad. What a beautiful tribute to a life well spent, serving our Great God. I am praying for God's comfort for the family.
I have fond memories of Jim’s wit, friendliness, musical ability and Biblical expertise.
I am so sorry for your loss.❤️
I'm so sorry to hear this news. Jim will be missed, though I know that he is thrilled to be in the presence of his Lord and Saviour.
Jim bought me my first Nancy Drew books. He made us kids laugh by telling us stories on the the bus coming back from the Sunday School picnic. He was camp director the first year I counselled at Frontier Lodge. He went to night school with my dad and our families celebrated together when they graduated with their degrees.
Jim and Eleanor were a big part of my life as a kid in Montreal, and my memories of them both are sweet and happy. My condolences to his family in their loss. Praying that they will be comforted in the great Hope we have because of the resurrection of Jesus.
Sincere condolences to the Whitelaw family. I was also with Air Canada and once when Jim was in Halifax we had a softball game (we seniors) against the mens team. Jim played shortstop and I said he was too tall for shortstop. from that time onward I call him Too Tall we always had a laugh at that. May Blessing be with you and God Bless