James T. Lydon
1968 ∼ 2021
Jay Knowles of Pocasset Mass wrote:
Hello Pat And Sherry, I Am So Very Sorry For Your Loss. Jimmy Was A Fine And Gentle Person. I Remember Well When I Set Up A Computer For Him That Was Configured To A Wrestling Theme: RIP.
Al Joseph of Wareham Ma wrote:
Pat and family, Very sorry for your loss
Tammy Todesco of Fort Pierce, Fl wrote:
I’m so sorry to read this. I have fond memories of working for Teddy Hatch at The Patriot Restaurant and Jimmy and Pat coming in almost daily for his ice cream fix. My condolences to Pat and the rest of his family. Rest east Jimmy.
Donna and Bill Foley of Wareham wrote:
Love you Jimmy. aka Smokey Bud and Leona are Happy to see you,for sure. Jimmy you were one in a million to us.Rest in Peace Friend xoxo
Barbara Moretti of WestWareham Ma wrote:
Dearest Pat, & Family I was deeply saddened to hear of Jimmies passing. Myself & my family send their Deepest Sympathy’s to you & your Family. We all had found memories of Jimmy, when we took him to a few Gatemen Baseball Games. He was truly one of a kind. May your heart & soul find peace & comfort. We are thinking about you & sending Love.
Darrell Correia of Bridgewater wrote:
To the Lydon family. So sorry to hear about the passing of Jimmie. Condolences to the whole family. Just imagining the trouble he and Shon are getting it to right now
Joan Feeley Lynch of Somers, CT wrote:
Pat, Am so sorry to hear your so.n passed on. Am sure he’s very happy where he is now and Is in your heart forever.
John Muldoon and Family wrote:
So sad to hear about the passing of Jimmy. He was such a great source of happiness to all those he came in contact with. I will miss seeing Jimmy at Lindsey’s and will especially miss our discussions about wrestling. Our prayers and condolences to Mrs. Lydon and the rest of the Lydon Family. John, Jennifer and Brad Muldoon
Holly Harootunian of Onset, MA wrote:
Dear Pat, I just about your son Jimmy's death. I'm so sorry for your loss. It was obvious to all how much you loved him. It was always nice to see him hanging out at Lindsey's; giving Ken a hard time! May he rest in the sweetest peace.
Nancy Kearins of Wareham, MA wrote:
Pat: I was very sorry to see your son James passed away. I extend my sympathies to you and your family. Nancy
Kathy Lydon Sullivan of Quincy, MA wrote:
God bless Jimmy with all the peace possible. Hopefully Gil met him with a $20.00 bill! Thinking of all of you, with love, Kathy
Steve Ready of Onset, MA wrote:
Dear Pat, Missy, Luana and I are so sorry for your loss. Our deepest Sympathies to you and your Family. Our Hearts go out to all.