James Crowley

Lorraine Kozera wrote on May 4th, 2022
Joyce, I am so sorry to learn about Jim's passing. Both you and Jim meant a lot to John and myself. I will always remember Jim's quiet gentle mannerisms and his friendly smile. Both of you did your utmost to keep your Kenora Club going. It is just recently that your club ceased operations. That must have been a rather sad day for both of you because you gave so much time and effort to keep the club going. Perhaps we will continue to see you, Joyce, at some upcoming dances. Since Covid-19 came upon the scene, I have not been doing a lot of square dancing. When I have been out, I have usually been dancing the man's part because there are more solo females at the club. I don't mind that at all. I have not been out dancing since our last lockdown, so, I will probably rather rusty in the male position. i will continue to remember you and Jim for the fun-loving folks that you were.
Nick and Diane VanderZande wrote on May 3rd, 2022
Joyce and family
So sorry to hear about Jim. We always enjoyed meeting and talking with him. He will be missed by all.
Nick and Diane
Jamie and Cynthia Delaney wrote on April 26th, 2022
Joyce and family: Our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
Kim,Jo-Ann,Trace,&Kennedi Gosselin wrote on April 26th, 2022
Aunt Joyce & family. We have many treasured memories of Uncle Jim, at weddings, anniversaries, family gatherings. He always had the biggest smile, was quiet & kind & took time to always listen & talk. Our prayers are with all of you. May you find peace knowing he is in heaven now, waiting to square dance all night long. Sending our love to you & all my cousins, keeping our LOVE for Uncle Jim in our hearts & memories always.
Judy underwood Roland Turcotte wrote on April 25th, 2022
So many fond memories of square dancing and dance trips. Be at peace Jim and dance with the angels. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Joyce and your family.
Calvin Harasemchuk wrote on April 25th, 2022
My condolences, in memories he’ll live on…