Guest Book for James E. Eick

Provided by McCommons Funeral Home

Posted by: Annette Lupo
Thu May 15, 2014
Uncle Jim and you all are in our thoughts and prayers.  With love to you all  - Luka, Annette and Rory

Posted by: Annette & Tom Sheehan
Thu May 15, 2014
Randy, Jimmy, Tracey & family, we were so sorry to learn of Jim's passing.  Jim & Marie will forever be so dear to us.  We were so blessed to have them as next door neighbors.  We loved them very much.  Our hearts go out to you all.  May God bless and give you peace always.

Posted by: Jim Nuccio
Mon May 19, 2014
I only knew Jim at work and then from a bit of a distance. But it was easy to see why he was such a successful leader: He commanded quietly, intelligently, and with respect. I consider myself quite fortunate to have been a member of his team at Royal Insurance. I'm sure the qualities that made him successful at work were some of the same that made him a loving dad, husband, and sibling.  My deepest condolences to the family.

Posted by: Terry Broderick
Tue May 20, 2014
I worked very closely with Jim for a number of years and had
tremendous respect for him---his personal style, treatment of
others, being always able to find solutions to problems, his integrity,
etc. I know he will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
Terry Broderick

Posted by: Frank Gray
Tue May 20, 2014
My relationship with Jim was primarily at Royal Insurance. He was my boss for years and gave me opportunities that i never thought i would have. he was a kind gentle leader and i am sure that those qualities carried over to his family life. I 've thought of him often over the past years and will continue to do so now that he is again with his Marie.

Posted by: Chuck Kuebler
Fri May 30, 2014
Young Jim and Eick Family...

Loved your Dad Lord Bless.....still can envision him on the sidelines rooting the Red Devils on!
All the best,Chuck Kuebler and Family ,Wilmington,N.C.

Posted by: John Goncalves
Thu February 26, 2015
Jim and I were best of friends going thru grammer and high school together.  We would walk to school everyday - he lived down the street from me on Sherman Avenue.  We would watch the Yankees games together.

We are both on the baseball and basketball teams.  Jimmy was the captain on both teams.  (He was the best player on both teams).  

His wife, Marie, was always seen with a big smile.  I was so sad to hear of their passing.  

Rest in peace Jimmy and Marie.  Happy memories remain.