Visitation, Burial Mass Announced for James G. Lovell

A Mass of Christian Burial for James G. Lovell, who died Dec. 1 in the Metro-North train tragedy, will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 6, at Our Lady of Loretto Church, 24 Fair St., in Cold Spring. Private cremation will follow.

Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 5, at the Clinton Funeral Home, located at the corner of Parrott and Pine Streets (21 Parrott St.) in Cold Spring.

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  1. The restlessness and anxieties my sister Nancy and I felt last Sunday morning before the horrific train accident that took my brother in law, Jimmy, has been softened by the outpouring of overwhelming love and support. While today, a mere week from the loss of Jimmy, there is tremendous sadness and heaviness in our hearts, there is a sense of peace. Each of us shall carry on knowing we were blessed in knowing this man and holding him close to our hearts. He visited me yesterday when my mind was in a kerfuffle, John Lennon’s “Let It Be” came over the radio, a sense of calm ensued. Jimmy is sending each of us messages, open your ears, eyes and especially hearts so you don’t miss them.

    I will be forever grateful for the tenderness that the community has bestowed on my wonderful sister, Nancy, Jimmy’s beautiful children Brooke, Finn, Jack, Hudson and all of his extended family. Thank you for your your incredible coverage, sensitivities and dignity you have provided in a very sorrowful time.

    It is the second Sunday of Advent a time to celebrate the coming of Our Savior Jesus Christ – We shall take hold and ask him to hold Nancy, Brooke, Finn, Jack and Hudson in the Palm of His hand.