Dad. I already miss u so much I don't understand how this happened. U were my rock my everything and i honestly don't know how im gonna go on without u.I need u so much right now I wish I was with u. Dad i love u please know that. Love your baby girl
Posted: 04/30/2012 by heather domingos amaral. of new Bedford , ma, usa.
My sincerest condolences to the family of Jimbo~ He was a wonderful man who loved his family and friends, and enjoyed life to the fullest~ He nurtured us with food, and good times~ these things will never come to pass. Christmas lights will forever remind me of the love and joy he had in his heart. Rest in Peace Jim~ You are in your "happily ever after"~ thanks for your many kindnesses~
Posted: 02/23/2012 by Jean R Lavallee of New Bedford, MA,
Jimbo~ One of the most lovable, gentlemen I have ever known~ and he was a gentleman! My condolences to his daughters and his son,whom he loved so dearly,He is at Peace with his true Love, there is no greater happiness than that! I will miss his happy face, and his dancing prowess! I loved to dance with him, and his cooking???? nothing compares!!! He will be greatly missed, and much loved by friends and family alike~ rest easy my friend~
Posted: 02/23/2012 by Jean R ZLavallee of New Bedford, Ma,
We extend our love, prayers, and sympathy to the family of our cousin Jimmy. May God be a source of strength and comfort to you now and in the days ahead. May you find solace in the following: In heaven the glorified do not weep, for all outward causes of grief are gone. There are no unfulfilled longings in heaven. Those there do not weep, for they are perfectly sanctified. They know that they are eternally secure. They are forever with the Lord and are supremely blessed. It will not be long before sorrow's tears are transformed into the pearls of everlasting bliss. "Therefore encourage one other with these words." 1-Thessalonians 4:18 Love, Sally Costa & Jina Andreassen
Posted: 02/22/2012 by Sally Costa & Jina Andreassen of Acushnet, MA, USA
To the family of James Domingos, Your beloved brother,dad,grandfather,uncle, will always be remembered for his zest for life,good deeds he did, that he would be there if you asked. WE know he enjoyed all his family with the great times,of going to New Hampshire,Maine,and many Xmas partys,and were sure much more.He has a beautiful family that will always treasure his friendship and along being there dad.He also was a great cousin to Steve and me.We know he'll be saying hi to everyone that we miss. Your Greatly missed,
Posted: 02/21/2012 by Steve & Debbie Pacheco of New Bedford, Ma., USa
To Jayme & Family, I would like to offer you my deepest sympathy in the passing of your dad. I hope and pray that your memories will bring you comfort at this time. I will keep you all in my thoughts & prayers. Sincerely, Connie Rogers (Don't know if you remeber me but my grandma use to live on the bottom of LaFrance Court when we were kids)
Posted: 02/21/2012 by Connie Rogers of New Bedford, MA,
To the family...Take time to grieve & yes to weep, but cherish sweet memories for those you will keep. Do not forget, though it now makes you sad, for someday remembering, will again make you glad. We know that sorrow never entirely goes away, but the burden will grow lighter as you live from day to day. Rejoice in the time that you had to love, and look forward to reunion someday in Heaven above. For God knows every heartache and He sees every tear, and the one that you love so much, The Father now holds him dear. We will never forget you Jimbo, we raise our glass to you with all our love!
Posted: 02/19/2012 by Sandy & Paul Catunto of New Bedford, ,