In Memory

James Conlon

James Conlon


Message from Bruce Canonico:

Jim was also a veteran. He was stationed in Baltimore after OHS with Des Gleeson. They "commuted" to Long Island together on the weekends.

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09/16/17 01:18 AM #1    

Arnold Levine

Jim was one of the finest kids in our class. We lived in the same end of Oceanside and I'd often visit with him when he worked at "The Little Red Store,"  In 8 th grade we had some sort of oral report in which Jim mentioned that his cat had "two bellies," which was his way of saying that the cat was expecting a litter. Eventually my family wound up adopting one of the kittens. From then on Jim used to say we were related. I lost contact with Jim after graduation, but am really sad to hear of his passing. He really was a good guy, and I am sure the world was a better place because of Jim. May he rest in peace.


09/16/17 10:47 AM #2    

Bob Bosch

Jim and I lived in the same neighborhood on Chamberlin Street.  His was only a few houses down from us and across the street.  I am saddened to here of his death and can only offer condolences to his other friends and relatives.

09/16/17 01:19 PM #3    

James Schwab

  As so often the case when we have lost touch with many dear classmates over half century so it is that I memorialize Jimmy, my namesake and friend, having no chance to have said goodbye and express affection and the significance of those years, like no other, we spent together day after day.. He always had a smile, a kind word  and made me laugh with that peerless sense of humor and wit. The honor expressed by his colleagues in his obituary says it all. Rest in peace and sincere condolences to the family. James Schwab  

09/17/17 07:17 PM #4    

Charles Quattrocchi

What a great guy!!!

He helped get me thru Junior High with his humor and intelligence.

Rest in peace Buddy.

09/18/17 11:51 AM #5    

Donald Schleich

So very sorry to hear of Jim's passing. We were friends since we met in Jr. High and shared many laughs together. I remember his time working in "The Little Red Store" onthe corner of Waukena Ave. and Oceanside Rd. Rest in peace my old friend!


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