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Condolences for James G. Fitzgerald, Sr.

Marcia ColeSunday, October 18th

You leave a loving family here.
Stepping into the next room to be with MiMi. Rest in peace.

Gail PottsMonday, October 19th

Mr Fitz, you were always a pleasure to be around, with a big smile and warm hug. You created an amazing legacy that will proudly carry on your family name.
May you Rest In Peace and enjoy your time again, with Mrs. Fitz!! You both were always happiest when you were together. Much Love Gail and Tom

Paul FitzgeraldTuesday, October 20th

Jim and Kevin,
I am so sorry for your loss. Your Dad was a great uncle and a great guy. I hope that you find peace in all of the great memories you have with him and Aunt May.
Love Paul

Karen Fitzgerald KornfeldTuesday, October 20th

I am so sorry to hear of both Aunt May’s and Uncle Jim’s passing. Adrienne and I stopped in and were blessed to have had a chance to chat with both your parents. May they Rest In Peace and may you and your families find comfort during your time of mourning. Love, Karen

Mary Ann FunkThursday, October 22nd

Jim, Cindy and all of the Fitzgerald Family, We are so sorry for your loss.Over the years Mr. Fitz always added a fun spirit to any party or get-together. We are hoping you are doing as well as can be expected at this sad time.
With Love, Tim and Mary Ann Funk

Adrienne BrouilletteSunday, October 25th

Dear Jim and Cyndy, Kevin and Susan and family,
I am so sorry to hear that Uncle Jim has passed. I pray that you find comfort and hope in Christ Jesus. I will always remember fondly Uncle Jim’s infectious smile and laughter.
Missing you all,
Adrienne

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