Condolence & Memory Journal

Thank you, James for caring so much for our family and me. You adored our boys with your whole heart and soul. Thank you for holding my hand when I fell asleep every night. I know I'll never feel as loved and worshiped as you made me feel. I'll miss your heart, and larger than life personality. Sweet dreams, my best friend and ❤ love.

Posted by Nancy Cossette - Milford, MA - Spouse   January 29, 2020

Jimmy, I will always remember you for your fun sense of humor and the beautiful daughter, Meghan Joyce Cossette we share. You were a loving dad to all your kids and will be greatly missed.

Posted by Mary Christie - Brockton, MA - Friend   January 19, 2020

My thoughts and prayers go out to Nancy, your boys and the rest of the Cossette family. Jimmy was a great man and always had a very kind heart. I remember his committment to his boys with baseball. We have many fond memories of our days with Ian and Cam on the field. Love and prayers to you all.

Posted by Melissa Rich - Wethersfield, CT - Friend   January 18, 2020

I am so very sorry for the sudden death of your beloved Jimmy. My thoughts and prayers are with your entire family. Please accept my sincere condolences.

Posted by Nancy O'Rourke - Millis, MA - Coworker   January 17, 2020

Sorry for your loss.
I will always remember Jimmy for his dedication to his family.
He gave is kids the most valuable thing you can give, "His Time".

Posted by Antonio Pinto - Milford, MA - Friend   January 17, 2020

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Grew up in Maynard, so sorry for your loss. Sending healing prayers. Lynda Tobin-Tomasetti

Posted by Lynda Tobin - Southborough, MA   January 17, 2020

Jimmy was a good friend in our group of friends in the 80s. He was in our wedding. So sorry to hear of his passing so young. Prayers and support.

Posted by Nancy Batchelder - friend   January 16, 2020

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love you

Posted by Lacy BEE - Florida, MA - Acquaintance   January 16, 2020

So sorry for your loss .... my deepest condolences.

Posted by Claudine - Riverside, RI - Coworker   January 16, 2020

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To be a star
you must shine your own light,
follow your own path,
and don't worry about the darkness.
for that is when STARS
SHINE THE BRIGHTEST!
Jimmy is now that star.

Posted by Ed and Maxine Cossette - Bolton, MA - Father   January 16, 2020

Jimmy has been such a great friend and brother in law. Always ready with a great big smile, a hug and helping hand. Constantly looking out for his family, his sons, Cam, Cody and Danny and of course his wife Nancy whom he dearly loved. He loved to laugh and make people laugh and really enjoyed it when they did. I was lucky enough to get to know him, go to Patriots and ball games with him. He taught me a lot, not just about carpentry and sports but how to be there in the moment with family and friends. Jimmy had so much love to give and did give it. I am going to miss his friendship and smiles. Rest in Peace my friend.

Posted by Jeffrey Campbell - Nashua, NH - Family   January 16, 2020

Sad to see you go buddy, I am glad we had the chance to chat at the parking lot of the 99. I will miss you buddy gone way to early. Louie

Posted by Louie Egan - WORCESTER, MA - Friend   January 16, 2020

Im very sorry to hear about Jimmy. I was always fond of him, he had a great sense of humor! Although I havent seen him in years, the last time was at the baseball field with our 2 sons pitching against each other. Im truly saddened, he was way too young with so much life left. Please accept my deepest condolences, he was special. RIH Jimmy

Posted by Wendy - MA   January 15, 2020

So many prayers

Posted by Elaine Stratman - Worcester, MA - Family   January 15, 2020