James Thomas Hills

30-May-1952 - 02-Sep-2020

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Posted by Shamim Damani | 13-Nov-2020

My deepest condolences for your loss. I knew Jim for over30years. He was a real gentleman.

May he RIP. SHAMIM.

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Posted by irene gigante | 30-Oct-2020

Dear Liz and family,
I'm so sorry to hear about your husband passing.
Please accept my deepest condolences .
He was such a likable person and so kind.
God Bless You and Your Family
Irene Gigante

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Posted by Barbara Snow | 24-Oct-2020

Liz, we would like to express our most sincere condolences on Jim's passing. Together we remember the good times that we shared at Tam Heather curling and at the Scarborough Theater.

Barb Snow and Kevin McDonnell.

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Posted by John and Karen Thompson | 16-Oct-2020

Liz, what can we say? We are shocked and very sorry to hear this news. We have such fond memories of our years of curling with you and Jim. Jim’s subtle wit kept us giggling for many an evening at the curling club. He was a very kind and compassionate man. It was wonderful that he was able to experience being a grandfather as this really seemed to mean the world to him. We know you will have many happy memories that will comfort you in time. God Bless, John and Karen

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Posted by Kim Sterritt | 08-Oct-2020

Liz, I’ll always remember Jim’s kindness, positive attitude and willingness to help others. My deepest condolences to you and your family during this very difficult time.

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Posted by Beatrice Tong | 29-Sep-2020

So sorry to hear of your loss, Liz. Jim always had a ready smile with a story, advice or anecdote to share. Everyone knew him to be friendly, good-natured and first to volunteer to help in any situation. We will miss him greatly!

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Posted by Lisa Warren | 27-Sep-2020

So sorry to hear about Jim's passing. Deepest condolences.

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Posted by Bryan Sherman | 25-Sep-2020

Liz, I am so sorry for your loss. Jim was a wonderful person to work with. His sense of humour, realism and calmness always helped when working through issues. It was a pleasure to speak with both of you. Jim's fun nature always was a complement to your enthusiasm. I am thinking of you and your family and wish you all peace.

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Posted by Sharon and Rick Lopez | 25-Sep-2020

Thinking of you and your family during this difficult time.

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Posted by Baktash Adish | 24-Sep-2020

To Liz and Family:

My Condolences.

I am so sorry to hear that Jim is no more among us. Jim was my first trainer in CBSA whom I respected so much. He was a kind and compassionate person who was admired by many. He had a contagious sense of humour that brought joy to our workplace. He was very knowledgeable. Working on many committees and working groups with Jim, I managed to steal some of his knowledge which I use on a daily basis to serve the humanity. Jim's legacy will live on through many of his coworkers and myself. I still use his valuable advice on how to maintain my masculinity while building successful relationships with women (wives) on a daily basis. Jim's absence will be felt and his memories will live with me forever.

May God give you and your family the courage to deal with the loss.

"Verily we belong to God, and verily to Him do we return."

With Love,
Baktash

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