I don’t know if you remember me from Dulwich High - Class of ‘72.
Very sad news I heard from Dion that your husband James has passed away.
I personally never met James, but my thoughts are with you at this difficult time and I’m sure you are surrounded by loving, understanding and supportive family and friends who will help you get through this.
Rest In Peace James
Much Love .....Mary Sanfilippo 💗
Posted by Mary Sanfilippo - Dulwich High 21/05/2020
Jim, in my experience with him, was a pleasant, kind, friendly & often humorous man, always pleased to see you, have a chat & share a laugh.
Although I didn’t know him as well as others, he left a lasting impression in my life.
His absence will be missed by many, including his Wife, Dianna, his children, relatives, as will I.
Posted by Dion Thomas 19/05/2020
Καλώ Ταξίδι, τα σιλυπιτιρια
Posted by συλλυπητήρια στην οικογένεια, ζωή σε σας. Πάντα θα είναι στην μνήμη μας. 19/05/2020
Our sincere condolences to all of the family. Lyn & Stafford on behalf of all your Dulwich High Class of ‘72 friends
Posted by Stafford 18/05/2020
To our amazing Theio Jim, we love you so much and cannot put into words how much you will be missed. Wishing we could be there to say goodbye today, but know you are in our thoughts and hearts always. We will have the footy, basketball and cricket on at every family event and know you are there watching, cheering, napping and commentating along with us... and arguing with us when we give the Doggies a hard time! We'll miss your infectious laugh, your heartwarming smile and your iconic mustache - but we know you are always with us. All our love xxxxxx
Posted by Your nieces, Calli & Marie 18/05/2020
To our dearest Thio Jim,
You will be sorely missed by all of us.
Your memory will live on and you will never be forgotten.
Thank you for all the wonderful memories, laughs and jokes over the years.
We will sit on the couch at parties and remember your siesta naps, with a sporting program on tv in the background and smile, thinking of you.
We love you so very much.
Posted by Love Diana & George Harapas and Family 17/05/2020
God saw you getting tired
And he sought to take away,
The pain you had been living with
Each and every day.
So In the early hours
on the morning of the twelfth,
he took you oh so quietly
to ease you from ill health.
You may have sadly left this earth
But your memory lives on
Who could forget your laugh, your jokes,
We can’t believe they’ve gone.
As you take the final journey
Know you’ve left behind a story
Hoping when you finally get there
You will reunite with Georgie!
Love you always.
Posted by Diana Harapas 17/05/2020