James P Davidson
Date of Death: October 13, 2011
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James P. Davidson, Jr., 77, passed away from this life October 13 at Bridge Hospice in Bowling Green after a long illness. His disability was from many years of Multiple System Atrophy, a form of Parkinson's Disease. His longevity was unusual for this disease and will lead to a study of his brain. He was…

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Will & Leslie Oswald left a message on May 11, 2018:
Jill and Family:We're so sorry to hear of the loss of your father. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.with deepest sympathy,Will & Leslie
Rosie Campbell left a message on May 11, 2018:
I met Jim when I was a student at BGSU; his empathy for those with physical and developmental challenges was apparent. Jim was one of the most passionate people I know. I liked sitting next to him at a party, just to hear his views on historical or current events; always, those conversations were sprinkled with insight and his quick, dry wit. When I think of Jim, I smile; he brightened any room with his presence.
The Coddings left a message on May 11, 2018:
I met Jim through an acquaintance Toney Palumbo, who are great friends. When I fist met Jim he had been at an auction and purchased a large piece of equipment that he wanted in his garage. He called me and inquired if I could help move it for him. It was a heartbreaking day when he called me to move the machine out and dispose it. I always enjoyed talking to Jim at auctions and the occasional lunches we had together with friends. Even after he fell ill he would come to actions to have a great time socializing with friends. I have some items from Jim and when I use them I think of him. When Jim was on city council he worked hard to make a difference in the community, and to be seen while wearing his iconic “Vote for Jim Davidson” “I’m Jim” shirt, and he still is. James you will be missed.
Cremation Society of Toledo left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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