James B. Hennessey
1941 ∼ 2020
Ed Thayer of East Taunton wrote:
Jim was my broter in law What a privilege to have known him and be a part of his family. I feel so blessed and often look back and reflect on the wonderful times we all shared together my heart goes out to his family. Much love to all. Ed Thayer
Kristyn of Plymouth, MA wrote:
Dad - you were an amazing man and a wonderful husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother and friend to so many! I love you and I miss you so much already! You'll always be my hero! Rest in peace until we all meet again!
Denise Whiting wrote:
So sorry for your loss
Debbie Frasier of Laughlin NV wrote:
So many great memories from long ago! Rest in piece Jim and my thoughts and prayers for Penny and the family.
stacey l nickless of E.BRIDGEWATER wrote:
SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS HE WAS A GREAT GUY....
Nancy La Brecque Baker of MERRIMAC, ma. 01860 wrote:
I was a classmate of Jimmy, class of 1959. I remember Jimmy as being a very quite guy. He was always friendly to everyone. He will be greatly missed. My condolences to JIM's wife and his children and all his family. May he Rest in Peace..
Margaret Brittain Ali of Lombard, IL wrote:
I am so sorry to hear of Jim's passing. I have many great memories of him when he was working for my father at Toll Road. Sure my Dad and him are swapping old stories as we speak. May your memories of Jim give you peace in the days to come.
Jim and Janet Reardon of Mashpee Ma. and Delray Beach, Fl., wrote:
So sad to hear of Jimmy's passing. He was a good friend through school and it was fun coming to cookouts and meeting his children ( now all grown themselves). Jim has many good memories of their fun together. Our heartfelt sympathy to you, Selma, and all the kids.
Jackie (Snooks) Solomon of Lexington Park, Md. 20653 wrote:
So very sorry to learn of the passing of my dear friend Jimmy Hennessey. We shared many wonderful times as kids and have great memories of those days when we lived across the street from one another. We stopped to see Jim and Penny when we were home on vacation several years ago. Miss you Jim. RIP