We send our deepest condolences to Jim's family. We got to know Jim over the past year as he worked with us on some major renovations and repairs on our lake house on Chandos Lake. We knew it was Jim in our driveway when we saw his bright red hat and tall stature. Jim provided us with terrific service and shared his great sense of humour through many enjoyable stories of his past work, family, and love of dogs. We are very sorry that we did not have the opportunity to meet his wife (post Covid) and celebrate together on the transformation of our lake house. Working into his 80s showed his deep passion for his work and building lasting relationships with his clients. We are sure that he will be greatly missed by many. He will not be forgotten.
Vytas and Ruta Valaitis
It was in disbelief that I learned my friend Jim Thomson had passed. I got to know Jim through the Kawartha Stamp Club and was always delighted when he was there. I admired his wit and colourful character:) And, we found we had a common ground in stamp collecting - sled dogs:). He will be greatly missed by all club members including myself.
My deepest condolences to his family and dear friends.
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