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Following the service, the footage will be posted and you can watch at a later time if you were unable to watch at the time of the service. Once editing is complete, the footage will be posted which will include all 3 camera angles.

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28 comments on “James Casamento”

  1. OMG those bloody broad beans!! Jimmy once gave me a raw one to try. When he saw i still wasnt fussed he made it his mission for years to bring me one from each new crop in case i changed my mind. I hated them but but still ate them. So lovely today to see the faces of his three amigos.

  2. Thoughts are with you and the family today mate.
    Wishing you all the best at this difficult and sad time.
    With love,
    Adam and Family

  3. will miss you dearly, all our love You still owe cuzzy for that red tool box. cheers you magnificent bastard helen, sienna and harry

  4. daddy jim, we will never forget your wise words like, a rolling stone gathers no moss. you were so wise and had a personality i could only wish i could match. forever and ever in our hearts, love amanda moesha reece lilliana.

  5. So sorry we never had the chance to meet your Dad Jacinta. We are very thankful that we were able to join with you and your family today at the funeral service. We loved hearing all the stories and although we never met he sounds like he was a great Dad and fun loving family man. Hold on to all your precious memories. Sending you, Ryan, Niamh and all your family all our love and sympathy at this very sad time. John and Myrtle xx

  6. Growing up spending time with Amanda, Jacinta and Jason as kids ive known Jim for most of my life and can honestly say he is one of the best men I’ve known and will be dearly missed by many. Rest In Peace mate, love and best wishes from the O’Neill family

  7. Dean and his family.
    Was a lovely service for a wonderful father, grandfather and son. You all did an absolutely beautiful tribute to Jim. Its never goodbye its until we meet again.
    And thankyou for the live streaming for those of use who couldnt be there today with u. We love you xoxoxo
    R.I.P Jim your were very loved and always will be.
    Luv Mel, Gail and your brother Chad

  8. RIP Jimmy..reach for the stars… I remember Jim as always smiling and did anything to make you laugh. Great memories from high school. My sister reminded me today that we used to walk home from high school as we lived in Railway Road in Carnegie a street away from the Casamento family. Fond memories of them old days with some of the things we got up to.

    Thank you for catching up with me in chat on FB a little while back I feel honored that we did.

    Cheers Mate
    Susan

  9. Good-bye for now, no more pain, we will miss you and you will always be in our heart…

    Till we meet again

    Bob and Marie xx

  10. I knew Jim in my teenage years, a friend of my brother. He was a caring, cheeky Italian stallion. He always had that twinkle in his eye and you always felt so safe in his hands. A beautiful caring soul. One always up for a laugh, or performing to get a laugh. Love you Jimmy, RIP

  11. With great sadness I learnt today of Jims passing. So thankful I was able to watch the service over the internet. I went to Caulfield high school and my husband as well but I knew Jimmy from Carnegie as I only lived a street away. Are early years at high school he was the clown and it sure sounds like that never changed. He would make us all laugh. So sorry to all his family and friends. I send my love and thoughts to you all. Jim was a wonderful friend.

  12. It was so lovely to hear some of the stories of Jimmy’s life, a lot of which I didn’t know. What a character! Our thoughts are with Dean, Joey and Jacinta and all the family at this time.
    With love,
    Cassie and Luke

  13. To my beautiful son Jimmy,

    I will always keep you in my heart, and until we see each other again in a world with no pain and suffering

    Love you always

    Your mother Anna xxx

  14. Our condolenences to all the family, our thoughts and love are with you at this sad time. Love Gina, Bill, Madison Bozicko, Maureen & Tony Torcasio xo

  15. Thank you, Jim. You always tried your best to guide Joey and me down the right path. You have been the greatest uncle to Jenna, Rocco and Cara, and we will all miss you forever. You taught the kids how to snorkel and hunt for abalones and always made the beach fun for them.
    My favourite times with you were at the caravan park in Tamworth.
    Jacinta, he does and always will see you – now he’ll be watching every little thing you do.
    My love and gratitude always.

  16. Clare Ziino

    Joe and I have lovely memories of times spent with Jimmy (as we know him) especially when we had our first child, Kate. Dean was born in January and Kate in March so they were a similar age. We remember Jim as a caring father who despite obstacles was determined to do his best for Dean.
    We remember so may good things about Jimmy – he was funny, lovable and caring – what more would you want?

  17. I am so grateful for his love of gardening! Not my strength, so thank you Jim for taking care of my garden for the last 4-5 years. Top bloke always. Sending love, hugs and support to Dean and family.

  18. Dean and Family,
    such a lovely services and hearing the stories about Jim. He sounds like he had a great adventurous streak. Nice memories.

    Best wishes at this sad time.

    love from Collette, Peter and the Exner Group.

  19. I first met Jim when we were 14 playing footy for Glen Orme FC.
    He was quick on the field and a very popular team mate.
    With many friends that loved his infectious humorous personality.
    Jim will be missed so much by all his family & friends,
    but all our Great memories of a life well lived will remain.

    RIP dear friend

  20. Jim and Glenda have both been like earth angels to me, appearing in and out of my life when l needed them, i was a 13 yr old kid when l first met them, between them both they taught me life lessons, and offered their support in many ways, they have cared more than my family and as sad as l am to have to say good bye today to Jim l will always remember him and his happy joyful attitude for life and caring of others, l am happy that Jim and Glenda are reuntied together xoxo thinking of you all Julie Annand

  21. Hi- my name is Damian Caddaye, used to play footy with Jim in the 70s. A great player and a great bloke, so sorry to hear this.

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