James D. Kenneally

1962 ∼ 2019

Joellen Kenneally of East Bridgewater MA wrote:

Jim,thank you for being a part of my life. You have been a great friend, and a loving brother. You have left a hole in my heart that can never be filled. I will miss you every day. I hope you and John are together with mom watching over us. Rest in peace, with all my love, your sister

Christian Smith of East Bridgewater Ma wrote:

Jim was my good friend. We spent alot of time together during school and long after. Jim spent a summer working with me at the Tobey Farm in Dennis. It was one of our best times and I have fond memories of that summer. We were carefree kids enjoying our time together. And trying to build a business! I will miss him so much.

Dave Gumbiner of Crown Point wrote:

I worked with Jim at SGHE, Ellucian and CMC - he was a great guy, easy going and always a team player - so saddened by this. Our condolences and Prayers

Rhonda Kilgore of Charleston SC wrote:

I started my career in software with Jim at SCT. We were both financial aid consultants. I have fond memories of our early years. We were reunited at CMC this past year. Working project work and helping each other as always, my trusted friend. I will miss your humor and sweet disposition, keeping everyone around you grounded. You have always been our rock. Your love and compassion for your fellow coworkers as well as clients is unmatched. I will miss you! We will miss you! We have a huge void in our team and life. You are a once in a life treasure. Rest In Peace until we see you again. You bring the ‘bugs’. I’ll bring the grits. We’ll reminisce. Love you my friend.

Steve Churchill of BLAIRSVILLE GA wrote:

My condolences to family and friends.

Rod Everhart of Keller,TX wrote:

Jim was a significant contributor at SCT and CMC and will be missed by clients and colleagues. Our sympathies to his family.

Allen Braddock of West Bridgewater MA wrote:

Please accept our most sincere condolences at this difficult time. Gone from us far too soon, much like his dear brother John, Jim will be missed. With much sorrow, Allen and family

Melissa Goodwin of Mountainburg, Arkansas wrote:

It's so hard to know the right words to say. Maybe there aren't any. Jim and I reconnected last year, when he was looking for a new professional adventure.We talked and laughed about the old SCT days and I told him how great CMC is and how it is similar. Not long after, he came on board and I was so excited to work with him again. Jim was one of the kindest people you would ever want to meet and become friends with. Jim, you are already so missed and I will just say, see you later my friend,until we meet again.

Mary Esther of Kennebunkport Maine wrote:

We are devastated. Jim loved Siobhan and Kiera dearly. As his wife into our 26th year, I am positive Jim is in heaven and he is free. Prayers for family to cherish the joy Jim bought into our lives with love, kindness, and forgiveness. Jim and I will love Kiera and Siobhan for eternity. God bless and protect our daughters.

Mary Anne Lewis of E. Bridgewater wrote:

Kingman Circle will never again be the neighborhood for over 40 kids like during the 60's and 70's. Riding bikes, making forts behind Kenneally's, ongoing Michigan Rummy. Jimmy will always be part of those fond memories

Dr. David Nelson of Greensborough, Alabama wrote:

dear Siobhan, Kiera, and family: With Thoughts, Prayers, and Love Always! Cousin David

Phillip and Jane Otts of Fairhope, Alabama wrote:

Siobhan and Kiera, We were so sorry to hear about your dad’s sudden passing. We’ve been holding you close in our thoughts and prayers and wishing you comfort, strength and peace. Much love and sympathy from Uncle Phillip, Aunt Jane, Olivia and Henry.

Marie, Ron, Madeleine & Joseph LaBrecque of Biddeford, ME wrote:

Siobhan and Kiera, how sorry we are to hear of your sudden great loss. Please know that you are in our hearts and loving prayers at this difficult time in your lives. Your Dad will surely send you the strength you need each day. Sending loving hugs.....

Dr.& Mrs. Morgan Ashurst of Mobile, Alabama wrote:

We are deeply saddened by the tragic loss of our nieces father. Siobhan & Kiera we are covering you in our heartfelt prayers & outpouring of our love. We know your hearts are broken ; for that Our heart breaks. We will always be here for you and open our hearts & home to you forever ! Love in Christ, Uncle Morgan, Aunt SOO SOO, Olivia Page & Sam.

Carol Weeks of Kennebunk, Maine wrote:

My deepest sympathy and prayers for the family of Jim Kenneally. Although we only met once in person, I know how much he means to Mary Esther, Siobhan and Kiera. My prayer for them. Dear Lord, Shine your loving light on Mary Esther, Siobhan and Kiera as they grieve the sudden and untimely death of their father. Give them strength and courage to move forward with their lives. Help them to heal from this tragedy and to find peace and comfort as they reflect on the many memories of time shared with their Dad. Please guide them with your loving heart as they return home and face the burden of making the many necessary decisions that follow death. Surround them with unconditional love, encouragement and support during this difficult time. Amen.

Barbara RICKARD of Island wrote:

I will always remember the way he rolled his socks on his feet. He was funny and sweet, an all-around great guy!