So sad to hear that Jim passed away - my sympathies to you all. I clearly remember working with Jim and Tom Savoy in the Chief Engineer's office of Consolidated Bathurst where his well researched PCAR's (Post Completion Appraisal Reports) were prepared! I also knew Jim's mother and met her at the Anglican pot luck dinners during my time working at Belgo in Shawinigan.
We want to extend our condolences to the whole family at this sad time. Jim was a good friend to my mother and we so enjoyed seeing him at the family lunches, the famous Moisan lunches.
We live permanently at the farm in Magog.
We are unable to attend the service but we will be thinking of you and your family.
I wish to express my deepest sympathy to you, Mrs Whyte, and to your family , on the passing away of Jim.
Jim was a very good person, and a wise and respected colleague in the engineering departement of Consolidated Bathurst.
May loving memories of Jim's life accompany you in this sorrowful time.
Thinking of all of you...and together what a wonderful legacy you all are to Jim. I hope that over the coming weeks, months and years that there will be many happy memories to share of a life well-lived. xoxo Debbie