James Gordon Scrivens

20-Aug-1941 - 28-Feb-2023

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Posted by Ottawa Professional Firefighters' Association | 08-May-2023

Our deepest sympathy and condolences on behalf of the Association and its members. In memory of James, a donation has been made to the Dementia Society of Ottawa & Renfrew County.

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Posted by JAMES KEITH | 14-Mar-2023

Listen to the steel rails hummin'...
Thanks for all the music and laughs, Jim.
We'll miss you.

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Posted by Rob Dunn | 12-Mar-2023

I would like to express my condolences to Jackie and family. Jim was a character, always ready with a laugh. I would start to tell him a joke and he would start laughing before he even heard the punch line. Jackie will understand when
i say Jim had his own very special version of steel toed boots. i hope this brought a smile to your face in this very sad time.

R.I.P my friend.

Rob Dunn

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Posted by Brian and Diana Aarons | 11-Mar-2023

Jim was a good neighbour with always a cheery word. Probably the last original resident of Boyce Avenue. Our condolences to his family.

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Posted by Cheryl & Ray Lacasse | 11-Mar-2023

Sending our condolences to Jackie & family. Jimmy will be very missed RIP

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Posted by Noreen & John Mellema | 06-Mar-2023

Jackie and family. John and I send our deepest condolences. We will certainly miss Jim’s contagious smile and wonderful sense of humour at the lake. God Bless you through this difficult journey. Our thoughts and prayers will be with you all.
Noreen & John Mellema

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Posted by Brad and Seanna. Austin and AngeLena Purdie | 06-Mar-2023

Jackie, Lorena and Family, please accept our sincerest condolences. Over the last few years we had an opportunity to get to know Jim, who made a great summer neighbour at the lake. I had the pleasure of hearing some of Jim’s favourite stories from the department, as well as hearing about some of his motorcycle and adventures he had with Jackie. You’ll be missed Sir, Heaven has another musician!!

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Posted by Jim Ferguson | 04-Mar-2023

Jackie Lorena and family Please accept my deepest sympathy on the passing of a great man and friend. I had the pleasure of working with him for many years and he was fantastic leader. He leaves us with lots of great memories. Be assured that he is Flying with Angels. R. I.P. my freind

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Posted by Gerry Armstrong | 04-Mar-2023

My first captain, a great friend miss his humour! A quick story who some will remember, New Year’s Eve we get a call to Bayshore alarm’s ringing, up in penthouse where a big crowd is gathered. We silence alarm and with Scrivs leading we each grab a lady and have a dance with our turnout gear on!, Only Jim could pull this off! Hope to see ya in hillbilly heaven someday my friend, Jammer

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Posted by Linda and Ian Gillen | 04-Mar-2023

Jackie, Lorena, Ed, and family, our deepest condolences to all of you at this difficult time. The picture shows Jim perfectly, always smiling, we will have numerous memories of him and will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers. Will miss my buddy “Shane” Rest in peace our friend. Linda & Ian

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