James Walker "Jim" Cormack (13 May 1934 - 19 Dec 2019)

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James Walker "Jim"Marie Curie

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Boston Crematorium Marian Road Boston PE21 9HA
20th Jan 2020

In loving memory of James Walker "Jim" Cormack who sadly passed away on 19th December 2019

A devoted and loving Husband, Father, Grandfather and Great Grandfather who will be sadly missed by all.

Jim was a larger than life character who loved life and left lasting memories to all that knew him.

The funeral service will be held at Boston Crematorium on Monday 20th January 2020 at 1.30pm followed by a celebration of his life at the Leagate Inn, Conningsby.

Friends please accept this invitation and meet at the Crematorium. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu of flowers may be placed in the donation box at the Crematorium provided for the benefit of Marie Curie.

jim@doreen gallagher donated £20 in memory of James

you were one of a kind jim god bless you had a great innings

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Alec Youngson donated in memory of James

You were a great influence in my Royal Air Force career, Jim. You have been a great friend. RIP.

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John Hardman donated £20 in memory of James
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Paul Bell wrote

My best friend and mentor for 50+ years I will always cherish his memory. Rip my friend. I will donate at the service.

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Paul Bell wrote

The best mate anyone could ask for my mentor for the past 50+ years, memories I will always treasure. Rip my friend.

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Joe Checkley wrote

I will endeavour to attend, it’s a long way from Cumbria. However, because Jim was probably the best Flight Sergeant I had. He was my Flt Sgt in Masirah, way back in 1976. And now, as Chairman of the RAF Masirah/Salalah Veterans Association, I feel I should make an effort.

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Bob Neilans is attending the funeral
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  • Clearly, Gerrard or Taylor weren't in attendance - he looks too sober! Gone but never forgotten Jim. Peace.

    Posted by Anthony on 28/12/2019 Report abuse
  • This is Jim as I remember him. Larger than life RIP big man.

    Posted by George on 29/12/2019 Report abuse
  • That is a really nice picture of Jim. RIP

    Posted by Paul on 29/12/2019 Report abuse
  • I remember him well from my early RAF tenure. Best wishes to Jim. RIP.

    Posted by Steve on 30/12/2019 Report abuse
  • Great photo of Jim, that's as I remember him. He was a fantastic boss and mentor. I have fond memories of 9SR and the many troop do's/meze's with Jim being at the helm (and bar). Sadly missed, RiP Jim.

    Posted by Peter on 31/12/2019 Report abuse
  • It was so sad when mum and dad said about Jim. It was a sorrow heart that they could not make his funeral. I always remember him as a larger than life character and lovely funny man. Doug Thrower

    Posted by Doug on 22/01/2020 Report abuse
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