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In Tribute to James Walsh
37 years old.   Residence: Scotch Plains, N.J.
Died in World Trade Center

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To the Family of James H Walsh, This year I took part in erecting 2996 flags on Art Hill in Forest Park in St. Louis Missouri. While I putting up the flags they were just flags, when we were done and walked to the bottom of the hill and looked out, it became clear to me they represented all those who lost their lifes that horrible day. I cried, again. Each flag is tagged with a name of someone who was lost, they will be up for donations and I hope to purchase James H Walsh. If I get this flag know that it will fly in my yard on special occasions and I will NEVER FORGET. You along with James are always in my prayers.


Eileen Walsh

*** Posted by Eileen Walsh from St. Louis MO on 2011-09-12 ***


I think of Jim and the impact on his family and yours everytime I hear of that tragic day on 9/11/2001. I realize the constant reminders will always be there but wish you and your family only the best.

Best Regards,

Muggins Richards

*** Posted by Malcolm Richards on 2011-09-12 ***

Jim was one of the most kindest, gentlest, sweetest souls to ever walk the earth. We were friends in middle school and high school in Westfield, NJ in the late-1970s/early 1980s. He was the truest of friends, and I am a better person for having known him. You will not be forgotten.

*** Posted by Dave Lipson on 2011-09-11 ***


*** Posted by Anonymous on 2011-09-11 ***

Love you

*** Posted by Johnny Walsh on 2011-09-04 ***

Today we remember out friend Jim Walsh and hope for healing of the broken Hearts of his Family and Friends. We Miss you "Walshie" and always will.
      Love, Uncle Bill

*** Posted by Uncle Bill on 2011-05-02 ***

My deepest condolences to all who bear the loss of this fine and wonderful son, brother, husband, and dad. There is hardly a day that goes by that I don't think about all the families who suffered the unthinkable on 9/11. May Jim Walsh, and all those who died on 9/11, rest in the arms of the angels until they meet their loved ones again.

*** Posted by Judy in Indiana on 2010-10-22 ***

The World Series got me thinking about Jim again. We worked together for a couple of years at the NYC Department of Education. During that incredibly difficult year of working round the clock on that contract, Jim's effort and dedication made the project a complete success. At the same time, his favorite team, the NY Mets, were in the Series.... More importantly though ... his family was growing.  He was the happiest man I have ever seen after the birth of his child. There was no one better.

*** Posted by Dennis Ward on 2010-10-11 ***

I was watching the memorial on TV and saw his sister read off his name and say that Jim her best friend. I want you to know millions are watching and will always remember your brother, Jim Walsh.

*** Posted by John Barriga on 2010-09-11 ***

To all of you who post comments about Jim, I can't tell you how comforting it is to his family. Someone forwarded me the project 2996 comment. She described taking the flag wherever she moved. I forwarded that to my brother Tom and to my sister Carol, and we just cried. Thank you all for remembering Jim.

*** Posted by Kathleen Walsh on 2009-10-13 ***


Although we never met, I think of you often. My father (Dr. John D. Walsh) and your father were cousins. You and your family are in always my prayers.

Dave Walsh
Richmond, VA

*** Posted by Dave Walsh on 2009-09-11 ***


Miss you and thought about you this weekend when I heard Tangled Up in Blue on the radio. You almost tore my arm off when Dylan played that at the Garden State Arts Center.  Just another of a million great memories.



*** Posted by Christopher Parkinson on 2009-09-11 ***

Hi Jimmy - I am thinking about you today. As children, you and your family lived next door to me on Arlington Drive of Fords. You were very young when you moved, but I remember your entire family; mom and dad, Mary Lou and Frank and all you five kids. God bless Jimmy. Janet Watson

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2009-09-11 ***


We think about you all the time and remember your hardy laughter at our wedding and every other event we saw you at. You are missed as a wonderfully funny and loving person.

*** Posted by Mike and Hollie Gordon on 2008-09-10 ***


I think of you each day and miss your friendship. Isn't it weird how the strangest cues that cross my path trigger a fond memory of you. That's a testament to you as a human being. And now that baseball season has begun and the METS are thriving, I know you have the best seat in the house. Two to Shea my friend!


*** Posted by Christopher Parkinson on 2007-05-08 ***

I went to college with Jim and will never forget his fantastic laugh or his love of the NYC tabloid newspapers. My heart goes out to his family and friends.

*** Posted by Michelle on 2007-04-04 ***

I had a relative in Plainfield, NJ (where I was born). His name was Jim Walsh (son of Harriet Walsh). I am not sure if this is the same family but I just found this site and wish to add my condolences to his family.

Jackie Norwood Corby

*** Posted by Jackie Norwood Corby on 2006-10-07 ***

While he was a student at Kings College in W-B, Jim worked at my deli, "Culinary Adventures." His memory is impossible to erase. As our friend Sue Henry wrote, "The world needs more Jim Walshes, not less." Jim was one of a kind, and he brought joy into the lives of all he knew. He is greatly missed and will never be forgotton.

*** Posted by Uncle Bill on 2006-06-24 ***

Gone but never forgotten!!

*** Posted by Julie Foll on 2005-10-16 ***

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