Condolence & Memory Journal


Jim, Such an honor to have known and loved you. You were a man of many talents and seemed to know the answer to every question. We will always remember our years of Saturday breakfasts with you and Elsa and the gift it was to us to be with you when you died. We love you!

Posted by Bob and Bonnie Scully - Grafton, MA - Family Friend   December 31, 2016

Elsa, remembering the wonderful times spent with you and Jim. Our deepest sympathy and prayers go out to you, dear Elsa.
- Charlie and Mark Allen, Barbara Fontecchio

Posted by Barbara Fontecchio - Upton, MA - Friend   December 28, 2016

Our lives are better because of the example Jim was to us. Elsa and family are in our prayers. We love you Jim, you're not gone, just gone ahead. Til we meet again, Love, Lynn and Rob Ciunci

Posted by lynn and rob ciunci - boylston, MA - Friend   December 27, 2016

Jim Tivnan was a wonderful friend and great listener. My prayers go out to Jim and Elsa Tivnam.

Posted by Arthur Dobson - Shrewsbury, MA - Family Friend   December 27, 2016

You will truly be missed Jim. Especially by my father, you are his best friend.
Brian LaBaire

Posted by Brian LaBaire - Shrewsbury, MA - Friend   December 27, 2016

A wonderful man and great friend. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Elsa and other family members. We will miss Jim's friendship and great sense of humor.

Posted by Les & Marsha Farrington - Boylston, MA - Family Friend   December 27, 2016


Thank you very much for your service Mr. Tivnan! Our world is a better place because of the brave service of our military men & women. Rest in eternal peace.

Posted by A Grateful American    December 27, 2016

I am so very sorry for your loss.

Posted by Sherry (May) Gaspar - Leicester, MA - Friend   December 25, 2016

We miss you already

Posted by Patrick Tivnan - Washington, DC - Family   December 25, 2016

A truly good man gone home to rest.

Posted by Susan Boutot - Sutton, MA - Family   December 25, 2016

Thinking of you with heartfelt sympathy for your loss.

Posted by Michele Mullin - Eatontown, NJ   December 25, 2016