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I don't have adequate words to say; but I see Esme found some old familiar smilies that can speak for me. :heartbeat: :hug: Take care, dear friend.

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AKY,

Many prayers being said for you and SO. In the end , what more can we ask for then to die peacefully surrounded by loved ones? I am thinking about you. XO, cc

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:hug:His life made a difference to a great many people, both personally and professionally. I remember when my dad died suddenly and the bar association held a memorial service for him. It was a combination of a career overview and the other lawyers remembering stories about him and some of his more oddball cases.

If you can remember Jim as the many people he was, it will help keep his memory alive. He lives on in your collective souls and in your

individual memories. He's your angel who watches down on you now.

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Oh (((((AKY)))))) :hug I just heard. Many virtual hugs for you, take care my friend. You are still in my thoughts and prayers, praying for comfort, strength, rest and peace for you. You are not alone, we love you like a Sister. :heartbeat:

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[h=3]James R[/h] James R.

Age 70, of Wilmington, DE surrendered to complications from a stroke and pneumonia on Saturday, October 12, 2013 at xx Hospital ICU.

Born in Wilmington, DE, Mr. xxx was the son of the late James and Martina (McGoldrick) xxx. He was an attorney and author for more than 40 years. Mr. xxx worked as both a prosecuting attorney as well as a criminal lawyer. He had done both civil and criminal law. He retired earlier this year as a Criminal Defense attorney. His philosophy was that every client deserves the most aggressive defense. He represented clients with all kinds of needs, ranging from traffic tickets and shop lifting to embezzlement, sex crimes, and including first degree murders. As a Deputy District Attorney, he wrote the forfeiture law that is still in use in its original form. One of his books is a reference book for all attorneys involved with federal cases. His expertise utilizes all the knowledge he has incorporated from his experience and research. Mr. Folsom is a graduate of Salesianum School (Wilmington, DE) with a Bachelor of Arts and a Doctorate in Juris Prudence from St. Mary's University (San Antonio, TX).

His wife, Elaine (Pietraniello) xxx, predeceased him in 2009. He is survived by his daughter, Francesca (Michael) xxx; two sons, James (Emily) xxx and John xxx; and four grandchildren, Brianna and Michael x and Logan and Hailey x. Also surviving his girlfriend, Kathy x; sister, Martina (Brian) x and brother, Patrick (Kimberly) x.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to your charity of choice in his name.

This is the obit with some of the names redacted.

 

He was so much more than this. On hearing that he was ill on of the most formidable judges noted that he was brilliant. He was always quiet and never made a big deal about his skills.

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Thank you for sharing that. Words on a piece of paper can never do justice to what the person was. xo,cc

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