James L. Page
April 10, 1947 – August 29, 2019
James L. Page was born on April 10, 1947 and passed away on August 29, 2019.
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James L. Page
September 2, 2019
I sent a facebook notice regarding Jim's passing. These are the responses so far. Thought you'd want to see them. He was so well respected and loved.
• Peggy Given So sorry for the loss! RIP Jim
• Jere McDonald Sorry to hear this.
• Ann Berlinger Perry Sorry to hear. I worked for Jim shortly after I came to Blue Bell.
• Patti DeMito I am so sorry to hear that! Love him and Judy. Rest in Peace❤️
• Steven Jones This is indeed sad news. Jim was a great guy. He leaves many good memories.
• Patti Saunders I remember him also, Joanie. Nice guy!
• Ada Miller So sorry to hear this news. Jim and I worked together for quite a while.
• Carl Cutrone A really nice guy. So sorry Joanie.
Cherie Lewis I remember him and so sorry to hear of his passing!
• Deborah Fulmer Tuturice So very sorry😢 🙏❤🙏
Robert Rodner He was really one of the good guys
o Joan Mento Yep....always with a smile
• Mary Boyle So sorry to hear - Jim was a great guy!
• Darlene Grace My deepest condolences to his family and friends. He was a nice person.
• Terri Boylan Jim was a great guy and funny. So sorry😢
• Larry Thomas Remember Jim well—good guy.
• Gary Zelasko I remember him as being one of the best directors in program management. He was very smart and very friendly. Something that was hard to find in political organizations. I welcomed him to China when I ran the S&T sales there. We went to a small American type pub with a band and Jim had a great time enjoying the music and dancing with my wife. I am not much of a dancer. He will be missed. He was a nice person.
o Joan Mento He was really liked. I remember when he was promoted into Real Estate. I met him in the hall...looked him straight in the eye and with my shoulders shrugged and my mouth open I looked at him and said "REAL ESTATE???" That was so far from his management skills....but...he did it and did it well...amazing to me. Very adaptable personality he was.
• Gary Zelasko I also recall he was very fit and in shape, a handsome guy
September 1, 2019
First, my deepest sympathies to you, Judy, and your children. Jim has always had a place in my heart. He was one of the best people I ever met. He was also one of the greatest bosses I ever had the pleasure of assisting. No matter where you were Jim always had a smile when he saw you. His sense of humor was so amazing. I remember once I had to take him to catch a plane at wings field, and of course, he was too busy talking and doing his usual daily check ins to remember the shuttle plane would take off without him. I kept saying Jim, we gotta go, 5 minutes. Well we left with 4 minutes to spare. I picked him up out front of B Building. He jumped in the car and I took off like a bat outta----. He grabbed any-thing he could and started to yell. Yoanie slow down, please slow down. Well needless to say by the time we got there he was green but he made it….and he said, Joan, remind me never to ride with you again. I can’t tell you how many times I have remembered him in that car and it always brings a smile to my face. And now as I write this it brings tears. Yimmie will always hold a special place in my memories. I wrote him a while ago but never got a response. Guess he wasn’t doing well then. Now all my prayers go to you, Judy, and your kids….but also to the memory of Yimmie Page…a wonderful and kind human being who will surely be missed by many. God bless his soul.t sympathy. Joan Mento
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