James A. (Jim) Bennett, Jr.

1936 ∼ 2020

The Bagrellas of Tarpon Springs ,FL wrote:

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.Jim was such a nice man and we know he will be missed. May he rest in peace...

michael dwyer of Melrose wrote:

Over the years Jim has become more than a brother-in-law, to me he also turned out to be a good friend RIP, my friend

Revis & Patsy Casteen of Valdosta, GA wrote:

Maureen, We are deeply sorry to hear about "Bug". We are so blessed to have met you at Ricky and Debbie's. We are sending our thoughts and prayers to you and your family. Hugs & Prayers, Revis & Patsy

Linda Parrott and Randy Allen of Quitman, Georgia wrote:

I have the sweetest memory of Jim and Maureen visiting a few years ago. They thought it was so neat to drive over to Boston, Georgia! I remember them taking a picture of the “Boston Mini Marathon “ sign. And , of course I have sweet memories of our childhood❤️ Love forever, Your South Georgia Cousins, Linda and Randy

Colleen of Martin, TN wrote:

Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers during this time. Jim will be dearly missed!! Love you Aunt Maureen and prayers for all the family. Colleen and Tommy Catea

Kathleen Buckingham ,Nee Kelly , Francis,Maureen, of Manchester ,England wrote:

So sorry to hear of the Passing of James RIP. Thoughts and prayers will be offered in his Memory. From All in Manchester, England.

Justin Drakos of Dennisport, MA wrote:

Maureen I am so sorry for your loss. Mr. Bennett was a great mean!!! It was truly my pleasure and honor to get to know him while he stayed here at JML. I was the luckiest social worker to be able to meet with him weekly and learn about his life. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this very hard time.

Paul Robinson of Narragansett, RI wrote:

Mrs. Bennett, Jim, Rick, John, Mike and Mark, I'm so sorry for the loss of Mr. Bennett (Jake). He was such a nice, kind, funny man, I have so many fond memories of those days on Hilltop Drive, I was always made to feel like your sixth son when I visited. I can still hear Mr. Bennet's voice in that Georgia twang asking me about my Suzuki 4 atv if "that thing is a Kazuki?"... May your many happy memories comfort you all during this difficult time. All my best, Paul Robinson and the entire Robinson Family

David Sperandio of Franklin, Ma wrote:

Jim, so sorry you had to leave us..You were a true friend, a remarkable father, a great fan, a loving fixture on those sidelines...going out together with you and Maureen always a great memory.We have missed you now and forever..peace my friend.

cathy brady of W Wareham wrote:

Dear Maureen and family. I am sorry for your loss. Jim was such a joy to care for. He was one of the sweetest men I have ever met. I will miss seeing him nearly every night. My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time. Know that he is in no more pain and in God's loving arms.

Tara Jordan of North Falmouth wrote:

Maureen I’m so sorry for your loss. I had the honor of caring for Jim at JML. He was an amazing man with an endless spirit. He will be missed. My love and prayers to you all. Tara

Eileen MacLeod of Pocasset, Ma wrote:

My sincere condolences to Jim's wife and family. They were a loving part of our JML family. Rest in peace Jim. ❤

Yvette Green of Falmouth Massachusetts wrote:

Jim is sadly missed. He was such a wonderful person, Great personality My deepest condolences goes out to his devoted wife Maureen and his entire family.

Helen Martin of E Falmouth wrote:

I am so sorry for your loss .Jim was an amazing man and it was a true blessing to care for him and getting to know him while he was at JML he truly touched my heart I will never forget him My deepest condolences and god bless Love always Helen

Debbie Zeigler of Lake Park Ga wrote:

My heart is broken for our family has loss a great man "Uncle Bug" I was blessed to marry his nephew and have the privilege to call him my uncle. We have so many great memories of Uncle Bug and Aunt Maureen's visits to Georgia. I will never forget uncle Bug's delicious meatballs he loved to cook for us when they would visit for a couple of weeks at a time. Our only peace is to know we will be together again one day in heaven. My Love, thoughts and prayers are with Aunt Maureen and my cousins. I love you all! Family we will always be!

Ricky Zeigler of Lake park Ga. wrote:

The best uncle anyone could have. I remember when I was a kid he always would bring me a bag of bubble gum when he came around.I remember the day he left driving back to Boston and I could not understand why he was leaving his family to go so far away and years later I understood he had found the love of his life and what a great lady he had met and together they raised a great family. Uncle Bug you will be missed and never forgotten. I love you aunt Maureen. God bless you and all the boys [men]

Fr. John Burger SSC of St. Columbans NE wrote:

Dear Maureen and family, The obituary said a lot when it said, "he lived a full and rewarding life." So much to be grateful for. May the Lord grant him eternal joy and give you peace. Fr John Burger, Columban Fathers

Moira Dolan of Ireland wrote:

Dear Maureen and family. It was with great sadness we heard of Jim’s passing . He was a wonderful man, and a fantastic husband and father . You are all in our thoughts and prayers at this very difficult time. May he rest in the peace he so richly deserves .

Francis Martina & David Kelly of Leitrim wrote:

Dear Maureen and all of your family. So sad to hear of Jim's passing R.I.P. Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time.

Barry & Susan Seigerman of Weston wrote:

Dear Maureen and family - We are so sorry for your loss. We will always remember Jim fondly. May his memory be for a blessing. With our condolences - Barry & Susan

David Seigerman wrote:

It was always so nice to visit with Jim and talk football whenever we'd see him at Mark & Michele's house. He was such a kind man, he would even find something positive to say about the Jets. We'll miss him. Elizabeth and the kids and I send our condolences to Jim's family.

Mark Lydon of Leominster wrote:

Dear Maureen and Family, I worked alongside Jim at SmartMail. He was always a true gentleman, professional and possessed a splendid sense of humor. I remember fondly our trips to Maine and New York. I will miss Jim.