James M. Sutherland Jr.
1924 ∼ 2019
Kerry and Jeremy Visone of Cromwell, CT wrote:
We miss Grampa/Big Grampa so much already. It will not be the same without him, but how blessed are we to have had him with us for so long?! Rest easy, Grampa. You are loved more than we could ever put into words.
Kelley Lemasters of Wakefield MA wrote:
Big Grampa was the best man I’ve ever known in my lifetime! He had names he called all his grandkids and he would always greet me with a big smile and say Kelley Jeanne ‘my-gal’ (instead of Michael which was my last name). I will cherish every memory I have with him...there are so many! He taught me how to paddle a canoe and a rowboat, and how to just enjoy the simple little things in life. He loved taking walks and one fond memory I have was when I was very young we would walk down the dirt road from the camp and pick fresh wild blackberries for our breakfast early in the morning. Walks after a big dinner were always nice too...he always made sure to walk on the outside to protect me. I will love and miss you forever Grampa! You were certainly one of a kind! XOXO
Paula LaRoche & Maureen White of Sabattus, Maine wrote:
Our deepest sympathies to the entire family for your loss of such a wonderful man. Though we did not personally know him, we do know that to have been loved so deeply by so many, he must have been very special. May you all find peace in your precious memories that live on in your hearts.
Warren Rutherford of Marstons Mills, MA wrote:
James, may you rest in everlasting peace with our Lord, knowing that your contributions and faith have benefitted so many over the years. Know well that our Lord will continue to watch over the Sutherland Clan in their life on earth and that someday they will join you in your everlasting peace. God Bless.
Jason Parisella of Beverly, MA wrote:
With deepest sympathy to the entire Sutherland and extended families.
Gail Provost of Peabody MA wrote:
I’m very sorry for your loss. He will be missed deeply.
Toma LoVasco of Beverly,Ma wrote:
My thoughts and prayers are with the entire Sutherland family. What a great man to lead such a wonderful family. His qualities are instilled in each of you and is clearly evident to all who know you. You have all done him proud and are truly blessed to have such a loving family. RIP Jim. SEMPER FI.
Ellen of Beverly wrote:
I will think of him in my all time i my prayers and I will miss him too and the good time with him
Jeanne Marie Sutherland Michael of Wakefield, Ma wrote:
Dad, I love you more than words can express! You were the most wonderful, loving, caring, generous, kind & gentle man I have ever had the pleasure to know and I’m so blessed that you were my father! I will cherish all the wonderful memories we made together over my 72 years as your eldest daughter. They will bring me peace & comfort & you will always be with me in my heart! XO
Rayelle Sutherland of Beverly, Ma wrote:
Dear Dad Sutherland, Even though I have only known you but for a short time I have been blessed to have met you, enjoyed your presence and basked in the Sutherland charm. You have raised a wonderful family and I am proud to be part of it. Til we meet again someday, with Love your daughter-in- Law Rayelle
Ray & Jo Doot of Brewster, Ma wrote:
Dear Sutherland Family, Jim was one of the dearest, kindest friends we were blessed to have. We mourn his loss, but we rejoice in the knowledge that we have a special heavenly friend. With love and prayers. Ray and Jo Doot
Ray & Jo Doot of Brewster, Ma. wrote:
Dear Sutherland Family, Jim was one of the dearest, kindest, friends we were blessed to have. We mourn his loss but revel in the joy that we have a special heavenly friend. With love and prayers, Ray & Jo Doot
Cindy (Mulcahy) Gotovich of Plymouth, ma wrote:
My thoughts & prayers are with aunt Marie & her family, unfortunately i haven't seen Uncle Jimmy for too long,but i do have alot Of very good memories from when i was younger & Uncle Jimmy bringing me basketballs,he knew i loved playing,also family reunions in New Hampshire. I will always keep him and those memories close to my heart!!
Cindy (Mulcahy) Gotovich of Plymouth, ma wrote:
My thoughts & prayers are with aunt Marie & her family, unfortunately i haven't seen Uncle Jimmy for too long,but i do have alot Of very good memories from when i was younger & Uncle Jimmy bringing me basketballs,he knew i loved playing,also family reunions in New Hampshire. I will always keep him and those memories close to my heart!! With love & prayers Cindy Gotovich & Family
Bill Fritz of APEX wrote:
I had the pleasure of knowing Jim when we worked at AMF-Voit. He was always positive and cheerful...fun to be around. My sincere condolences to his family.