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A.L. Mattatall Funeral Home

217 Portland Street, Dartmouth, NS

OBITUARY

James Hubert Matthews

February 6, 1950February 2, 2020

James Hubert Matthews was born on February 6, 1950 and passed away on February 2, 2020.

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Shawn Healey

February 19, 2020

I moved to Port Wallace in 1969,I met George and big brother Jimmy immediately.From ballgames at Michael Wallace to football "behind the church ",we had alot of fun.Jimmy had a role in my life ,RIP

Philip Euloth

February 15, 2020

Many fond memories of playing football and lacross with Jimmy. Condolences to the family. RIP dear friend. Phil and Earlene

Betty Emberly

February 12, 2020

My condolences to Jimmy’s family. I have so many fond memories of Jimmy..a couple that stand out .. I was at one of his ball games when the ball hit his hand a weird way and he ran to a team mate and held his hand up.. his thumb was at a 45 degree angle.. his friend grabbed it without missing a beat ..and popped it back in place. Of course Jimmy continued to play! Another time I was at my parents on Christmas Day and I called Jimmy and while we were talking I could hear a strange noise in the background... it was the needles from the tree falling on our presents..worst tree ever! It has been many years since I have seen or spoken to Jimmy (or Matt as I used to call him) but I loved him at one time and I know he will be missed.

Betty Emberly

Terry Seaboyer

February 11, 2020

From the days at Clancy’s to when you reffed ball hockey, jimmy you were a class act in my books,, rip my friend

Denise Matthews

February 10, 2020

My condolences to Georgie, Evie and Kenny. Jimmy will be greatly missed! He was one of a kind and a good soul, always smiling! He was my favorite cousin, and I would tell him as much and he would laugh. I enjoyed stopping by the o'l house to see him and get caught up on what he was upto, and he would crack me up with his stories. I'm glad that I got to speak to him not that long ago, while he was in the hospital. He was surprised that I would call him all the way from Fl to check in on him, I told him that I cared! Jimmy I know you are at peace and no longer in pain and you are with the Lord above. RIP my fav cuz! Luv ya, Denise

Jim Lothian

February 10, 2020

So sad to hear that another of the guys from the Port Wallace crew has fallen. We will all remember the good days Jimmy.
Rest in Peace.

Dave Kent

February 10, 2020

Played hockey and floor hockey with Jim during our days at PA.
Great guy who always had a story to tell and time to tell it.
God Bless.

Steve Saunders

February 10, 2020

Jimmy, you were a tough and talented man. Always a pleasure to play with or against you. Rest easy.

Donna Henley

February 9, 2020

Saddened to hear of Jimmy's sudden passing. His memories will stay with the family forever. Sending condolences from Aunt Marion, Donna & Eleanor.

Bruce Sponagle

February 9, 2020

Played lots of sports with Jimmy at Prince Andrew and over 20 years after high school. Jimmy was a great athlete. Many outings, Super Bowl parties, etc where Jimmy always used high energy and relentless storytelling to keep everyone’s attention.
Condolences to George & Linda and rest of families
Rest In Peace old friend.