James D. Whitaker

5540 WhitakerJames D. Whitaker, 66, retired Billerica High School Chemistry Teacher, died May 17, 2015. At his request, there are no visiting hours. Graveside Services are Friday at 1:00 p.m. in the Tewksbury Cemetery 172 East St. Tewksbury, MA. ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 106 Middlesex St. Chelmsford, MA. 978-251-4041.


11 Condolences for James D. Whitaker

    Dottie Newcomb

    You were my chemistry teacher in high school and over recent years we enjoyed brief chats at the hardware store. May you rest in peace, Mr. Whitaker.

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    Russ and Marie Grover

    Jim, we will you very much. we pray you will be in heaven with all your cats and friends.

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    Bess Clarke

    I remember your smile as you came in for lunch each day at the HS. And how very helpful you always were at the hardware store. You will be missed and may you rest in peace….

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    George Tsoukalas

    I will miss you, Jim. We taught together for many years and we became friends.

    You were there when my brother died. You were there when my daughters were married.

    Then and after we retired from teaching you were so easy to talk to when I had a problem.

    When my brother Spiro died, you understood how I felt. I remember you picked me up and took me to the Kittery Trading Post, one of my favorite stores.

    …and there was Easter. You would sit with me while I cooked the lamb outside and you still will be there as will Spiro.

    May your memory be eternal.

    George

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    Theresa Masterson

    Jim, Joyce and I will miss your visits to the Credit Union . You were always so kind to us . Rest in peace.

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    Eric Grover

    Jim, you were a great friend and will be missed. You were part of our family more than you knew. God Bless and I hope you are at peace in heaven!

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    Don Pane

    Will miss seeing you at the shows and club. Thanks for your help on the grounds crew some years back.

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    Janice Tibbetts

    A sweet, caring, kind person has passed on from our world. May you rest in peace. Hoping you are building train layouts with my dad, your friend, Jack. Knowing you are caring for all the kitties in heaven. You will be missed.

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    Robert Gatchell

    To all family and friends of Jim:
    We graduated Somerville High together in 1967. I went in the Navy and then we lost touch. I spent almost 50 years trying to get back in touch with him. It wasn’t until last week that I found out he was teaching at the Bellerica High School. Now, to find out that he retired and has passed away is heart breaking. We had good times together. May he rest in peace.
    Robert Gatchell
    Oak Bluffs, Ma.

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