James Lee Wells II's Condolences

Debbie & Family so sorry for your lost. I will remember the times Jim and I had together in school and playing sports. Good times. Love to you all. Michael & Nancy
— Michael&NancySipko     Michaelsipko@gmail.com

we are so sorry for your loss. our deepest condolences Deb, to you and your family
— Dick and Kathy Pascarella     pascarella.dick@gmail.com

We are so sorry for your loss. Keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers.
— Frank and Patti Arlington     parlington61@gmail.com

Debbie and family, Our deepest sympathy to your family. Jim was such a kind spirited guy with such a great smile and personality. May the many years you were together and your beautiful memories ease your pain and keep him with you always and his wonderful legacy alive. May he rest now in peace forever in paradise. Love, Marty & Kris Sapko
— Kris sapko     Ksapko58@gmail.com

We are so sorry for your loss. Keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers.
— Frank and Patti Arlington     parlington61@gmail.com

Debbie and families, Thinking of all and sending prayers for comfort. Always enjoyed seeing you guys over the years walking together. May you find comfort in knowing how many care for you and all your family. Hugs and love.
— Dan and Pam Reinhardt     Prhino26@icloud.com

Debbie, my heart and prayers go out to you and your entire family! Jim was someone that I always enjoyed running into! His smile and positive attitude was a gift everyone could appreciate! Cherish the memories and may God give you and your family some comfort during this difficult time.
— Greg Vickery     vick4717@gmail.com

Debbie and all of Jim’s family and friends - Deepest sympathies for your loss. Keeping all of you in thoughts and prayer.
— Cindy Greek     cmgreek@atlanticbb.net

I would like to leave my condolences. Jim was my very first ''best friend'' when we lived on Miller Street in Bradford. I remember bowling together (he was better than me of course). I knew and loved Lelia, Kazuko (Kay to me) and Tate. Debbie, I am sorry I never got a chance to meet you and the rest of his family in his adult life. But if he was anything like he was as a kid, you were very fortunate to have him in your life. Kay and Tate - if you remember me, I am sending a warm Hello. I only learned today about Jim''s passing so I will not be able to make it to his service. It looks like he had a wonderful life - Bless all of you. If you wish to keep in touch, I am at MPesta@comcast.net. Mike Pesta
— Michael Howard Pesta     mpesta@comcast.net

Debbie and Family, Sending sincere condolences as you go through this sad time. Jim always had a smile on his face! May his memories live forever in your hearts!
— Kim and Dave Soble     dgsoble@verizon.net

Sincere condolences to Jim''s family and friends. I remember him well.
— Mike Bond     dustiey007@gmail.com

So sorry for your loss, Jason, Jeremy, Jared, Jake and Mrs. Wells. Mr. Wells was an incredible, kind person, great coach but an even better husband and father. So many fantastic memories in that backyard and Mr. Wells was a big part of all of them. You are in Irons family’s prayers… Remember all the great times and celebrate those memories… Love you all
— Bill Irons     William.irons@siemens-energy.com

Deb and family, I’m so very sorry to hear of Jim’s passing. This is a very difficult time for you all. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers. May god hold you all in his arms and help you through this.
— Cindy McGuire     cinnermcguire55@gmail.com

My heart is with the family during this difficult time. Jim was always such a pleasant person to talk to. May he rest in peace.
— Gaylia Hanson     gulllake4winn@comcast.net

Debbie and Family I am so sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
— Debbie Walter (Huston)     Dhuston1973@gmail.com

Debbie and families, I am so sorry for your loss. I will miss Jim and his smile.
— Lynn Brown     tblb64@verizon.net

We are sorry to hear of your loss.
— Stoney,Becky,Max,Michael Greenberg     stoneygreenberg@verizon.net