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Bob Harnden posted a condolence
Thursday, June 24, 2021
Cathleen and Kids I am sorry for this late note about the passing of Jim. Somehow he has always been around the last 40 odd years hanging out with my brother Bill. Now he is with my sister Sue and I know he is having one of his conversations with her that I don;t think he will win. He will always bring a smile to my face with great memories that we shared with our family. He truly was a great influencer in my life.
Doug Reimer uploaded photo(s)
Wednesday, June 16, 2021
Jim was a fantastic friend and I know he made me a better man, husband, and father with his guidance. My sincerest condolences go out to his wife, children, family and friends. After we moved to Florida we still would make a point of meeting for dinner on my many trips to NJ for work and family. He ALWAYS did the "right" thing and was the central communication point for a large group of friends. I'm sorry I just found out - words can't capture the magnitude of a loss like this. The world needs more people like Jim. Rest in peace, my eternal friend.
Patrick posted a condolence
Wednesday, June 2, 2021
I cannot believe my good friend Jimmy Kane is gone. I met Jim and his Dad when I was delivering for UPS to their company and we became good friends always talking politics and baseball. They always treated me like family. I enjoyed the Paddy's Day celebrating in NY and Somerville. Jimmy was old school polite, responsible and caring. He was from good stock and my condolences go out to his family and friends. I'm sorry I just now heard of this tragedy. Rest on Peace my friend....Pat
Joe Welsh posted a condolence
Friday, April 23, 2021
To all of Jim's family and friends, I was deeply sadden to learn of Jim's passing. I would like to extend my condolences to Jim's wife, children, brother and his Mother. I worked for Jim for a few years at Argyle with Jim and his Dad..or as Jim called.."Pop". Jim was always like a big brother to me. He often offered me advice on things going on in my life as I knew I could confide in him. Jim was compassionate in his way...and he always offered to me encouraging words to always try to do better...to better myself. In his honor I continue to try to do just that...he will be missed by many...I hope to one day rise to the level that he attained in life...May God hold his family in his loving embrace and grant Jim eternal peace...Rest in Peace big Brother...please put a good word in for me with the big man...Amen
David Rosato posted a condolence
Thursday, April 22, 2021
Words can’t even express what a good friend Jim was to me. He provided me with so many laughs, like jumping out of his seat every time the cannon went off at the Rutgers game when they scored. That’s just one of the many. I can go on and on. Jim was a friend that I deeply admired because of his values and his dedication to his wife and daughters. He was very proud of his girls and wanted the best for them. There isn’t a day that goes bye that I don’t think of this guy. Although we didn’t get together often, we texted and talked often. There is definitely a large void in my life now.
Vinny DeStefano posted a condolence
Thursday, April 22, 2021
Cathleen, Collen, Brigid, Mrs. Kane & Kevin, I want to extend my Deepest Sympathies and condolences for your loss. Jim was a great and loving husband, father, son & brother to you all. I have been Jim’s friend for 56 years. I recall when we first met each other in 1964. He was 7 & I was 6. We met at St Matthias Church. We attended St. Matthias school for a short time before moving on to Temple Christian Day School, then Alma White Preparatory School before parting ways for two different High Schools and Colleges thereafter. We stayed close friends through the good, the bad and ugly. I have a lot of great memories with Jim from grammar school, summers at the swim clubs, high school, college, hanging out or texting right up until March 24, 2021. I have met a lot of people through Jim that I am proud to call my friends as well. Jim is a stand-up guy and lived his life to the fullest. His integrity, commitments, morals, and ethics will always be remembered. Our conversations about the New York Yankees, life, love for our country and his nervous laughter will always be remembered the most by me. I can see Jim arguing with God that there must be some mistake. There is no way Keith Richards could outlive him. I did not lose a friend but a brother. Rest-In-Peace my brother….
The family of James M. Kane III uploaded a photo
Friday, April 16, 2021
1761 State Route 31
Clinton, NJ 08809
Phone: (908) 735-7180
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