Taylor Brandi posted a condolence
Wednesday, October 27, 2021
My husband and I first met Jimmy when he was managing the Pony Corral. He would fly around the resturant making sure everyone was looked after. Jimmy had the very best personality. He was such a kind and fun loving person. I loved hearing about his daughter, he loved his time with her. And Spike he was Jimmys treasure. Jimmy will be so missed...so very sad
April Takacs lit a candle
Sunday, October 24, 2021
I meet Jimmy when he joined Stroke Recovery of Manitoba. He liked it o come to Games Day. The last time I saw him a Games Day was when he brought in Spike! Spike was just a puppy. He also like going to the Christmas Party. He will be missed by many people at Stroke Recovery of Manitoba.
Janet posted a condolence
Thursday, October 14, 2021
I met Jimmy Lee when I was sixteen. I met him through a mutual friend of ours. I remember thinking he was larger than life. With a boisterous loud voice. Always smiling , laughing and upbeat. We would see each other once in awhile but we than became inseparable when I was 21. We saw many movies and went out for dinner often. Even a trip to the US! We lost touch with each other over the years but I thought of him often. We reconnected on Facebook and had hoped to visit him and Spike soon. He had such a great personality and will surely be missed by many. Condolences to his family and the many people that loved him.
Don & Judith Jaworski lit a candle
Wednesday, October 6, 2021
We met Jimmy land his famity at Riverview in 2010, when Jimmy and Don were both recovering from strokes. Over the years we kept in touch on each other’s lives. Our thoughts and prayers are with Jimmy’s family & friends. RIP Jimmy
The family of Jimmy Lee uploaded a photo
Monday, October 4, 2021