In Memory

Jim Duchesneau

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04/24/14 02:37 PM #1    

Michael Graves

I have very fond memories of my Dad, Jim, his Dad, and I getting together on a cold wintry morning to go skiing at Lake Sunapee. We had some great times together.  Save me a place on the chair lift so we can make some turns together old friend.

04/25/14 03:17 PM #2    

Michael Hetherman

God Bless you, Jim! Rest in peace!

04/26/14 03:02 PM #3    

Timothy Thrasher

I lived 3 houses from Jim in the Leverett St/School Street neighborhood of Keene. He was the first person I met when I moved to Keene in 1967. We became fast friends and I have many fond memories of my first few years in Keene hanging out with Jim and the Faulkner brothers. He was never afraid to take things to the limit . . . and then go a little further. The story of him riding down Washington St. late one night, bareback on a horse he borrowed from a farm near the Ridge in Sullivan, will live on in infamy. I miss him. God bless Jim Duchesneau.  


04/27/14 06:33 PM #4    

Greg Crompton

Jimmy Duchesneau-

My buddy for a long time along with Peter Faulkner and others. Tim, I first met you when you moved in and I remember you being able to play "Wipe out" with your feet. Jim was a great friend when we grew up as well as his sister Dedra. His father known then as Pope and worked at the sport shop on Main street fixed my first pair of skis. I will always remember Jim for what he did and that was provide a comfort for knowing you had a friend.

Greg Crompton 

05/19/14 12:11 PM #5    

Theresa Parenteau

Jim was one of the first friends I made at KHS, still being somewhat of a new kid on the block after my family moved (back) to Keene.  I remember him as being very funny and easy to be around. It still makes me sad that he passed so young, and I join our other classmates who wish him God's blessings. 

05/21/14 03:12 PM #6    

Arthur Brault (Brault)

Great guy with a terrific sense of humor ... keep 'em laughing Jim - RIP.

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