- 54 years old
- Date of birth: Dec 31, 1957
- Date of passing: Jul 18, 2012
|Let the memory of Jimmy be with us forever. Please feel free to leave a tribute or tell a story about our friend.|
"Happy Birthday, sweetie. You are always in my heart. I miss my baby brother."
"You touched so many lives in your short time with us...more than you could have known...and you did it just by being JimmyG. See ya' on the other side."
"Dear Jimmy, Miss you on the anniversary of your passing. I bought a piece of music in your memory. The choir will be singing it Sunday. It is called "Shine a Little Light in the World." It is what you did always. Your light shone everywhere you were. You were a beacon of hope and joy in a sometimes sad and lonely world. I will always miss you."
"For those that missed Jimmy's memorial party and fundraiser, here are some highlights:
"I'll never forget going over to Jim's house to jam and listen to records when I was in high school. He was extremely generous and a great influence on me at a young age. He loved music so much. I feel fortunate to have known him."
"Happy birthday honey. I miss you."
"Thinking of you on your birthday, Jim. I hope they have big juicy oysters in heaven!"
"like if it wasnt for him. He was the funniest person, and best cook I have ever known. He taught me how to drive, never missed a softball game, and played playstation with me for hours when I was a kid. The pain I feel everyday that he's not around to make me laugh, talk to, or ask him how I looked everyday (which is something I made him do lol). You can rest easy now Baloo...I LOVE YOU"
"First, I would like to say a big Thank You to Al Perry for making this website so i will always have a place to go back to. Ok, Jim was brought into my life when I was 8 clearly it was meant to be from the start. My relationship with Jim is unbreakable. He became my best friend/pal. He changed my life, and shaped me into the person I am today. I have no idea what my personality would be"
"Jim taught me how to use Finale. It was Performer and Composer at the time. I will never be able to thank him enough for his help with my music projects. I want him back, but I know that isn't possible. I miss you, baby brother. I love you forever."
"On July 18th, we lost a friend, husband, father, brother, son and valuable member of the local music community. Jim Groscup was a gentle giant…a big guy with an even bigger heart, who treated his friends as family and loved his animals just as generously. Peace, Brother."
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