Jim will remain in our hearts forever. He was the kind of person you don’t want to forget, but, more importantly, he deeply loved his Jessy who stayed with him to the very end. I chuckled when I read the very beginning of his tribute-to-life obituary where it said he and his family had had a long history with the Port Kennedy Presbyterian Church. Indeed they had! Jim was baptized into that congregation in 1944. Not many I know have spent 76 years in the same church, and few have contributed as much to the fellowship as Jim did. He was good at fellowship. I remember his welcoming me into the Rittenhouse family on the day our children married. It was a sweet gesture. Another was the gift of a bookmark, in the shape of a cross, Nancy gave me when she and Jim and I first met. It has become a long-remembered, well-used “sweet gesture” I must remember to repeat. I liked the idea of her giving it, at first. I thought of her every time I saw it, thereafter, and, now that I’ve retired it to a tiny shrine of its own, I’ll remember the gracious spirits both Nancy and Jim shined in their lifetimes. May Heaven embrace their souls, and God bless those of the. children remaining on earth. Although Nancy and Jim are now gone from us, it’s nice to think of them being home together for Christmas.