In Memory

James Dale (Jim) Cooley

James Dale (Jim) Cooley

go to bottom 
  Post Comment

09/06/09 05:56 PM #1    

Joe Clements

I was best friends with James for several years. He was always fun to be around. Does anyone know what happened to James? Joe

12/01/09 07:38 PM #2    

Deborah Carr (Hawkins)

Jim & I continued to be friends after he went into the service sometime shortly after we graduated. We corresponded with letters back & forth for some time.

I ran into him & his wife as they were celebrating their twin daughter's 12th birthday. I guess this was back in the early 2000s.I later learned he has passed away from a heart attack shortly thereafter.

I think he owned his own business and lived in Mandarin.

He was a great guy!

Deborah Carr Hawkins

03/22/11 12:25 AM #3    

James Brown

I remember James had a great personality. He and I shared several classes. I can still recall his quick smile and the sound of his voice.  I left Jacksonville and never returned and I never really kept up with anyone.  I wish I had did a better job of keeping in touch with good friends...James will be missed...RIP James

06/08/11 05:19 PM #4    

Sidney (Sid) Allen

When I moved back to Jax Jim was the first person I contacted. A rael good guy with lots of history together. He took me to the Tree Steakhouse (a client) for steak...excellent I might add! For some reason...usual busy life we never reconnected. His business was bug control (hence the restaurant)..I know I'll never forget him & I forget alot these days! 

07/15/19 02:25 PM #5    

Larry Nowers

We hung around in 7th and 8th grade before I moved.  We went to our first rock concert together.

Wish I had kept in touch.  

07/16/19 10:44 AM #6    

Donald DeMaria

I remember James as a very kind and friendly person.  Time is going by quickly-all to quickly for many of us. 

07/17/19 09:38 AM #7    

Sandra Hinson (Valdes)

I remember his smile, he was a very nice guy

go to top 
  Post Comment


try { var pageTracker = _gat._getTracker("UA-10155751-1"); pageTracker._trackPageview(); } catch(err) {}