Condolences for James R. Prado

Uncle Jim Burket posted on 12/4/19

What fun we had together many times with all the Jimmys. Two Prados and one Burket. When someone called for Jimmy, all three of us would respond.


Patti Silver posted on 11/27/19

Jason, I am truly sorry for your loss. Your Dad sounds like a wonderful man. I know you all will miss him terribly. My thoughts and prayers are with you and yours.


Leigh M. Burton, Sr. posted on 11/26/19

I remember Jimmy and Judy. We were classmates. CHS69. When ever I saw Jimmy He was always friendly to Me. So Judy just always remember the time you and Jimmy had across the years.


Bernie Kirsch posted on 11/26/19

My deepest sympathy to Judy and her beautiful family at this great loss. May they be comforted by the many expressions of sympathy that are pouring in and may they remember Jimmy for his many acts of kindness in a well lived life. May he Rest in eternal peace.


Amy Burket posted on 11/26/19

What I remember most about Jimmy us that he was a great hugger just like his Dad. And I also had him build a computer for me. He was a great man & loved by many. We will miss you!


Laura Leigh Dunne posted on 11/26/19

I'm so sorry for your loss Aunt Judy and Jason and Josh and their families. He will be missed! Thoughts and prayers are with you all. I love you, Laura Leigh


La Queta Powell posted on 11/26/19

My deepest condolences are with you, Judy and your entire family. May your cherish every memory and may it put a smile on your face during your most difficult times.


Debbie Hodges posted on 11/26/19

Judy, Jason, Amie and family, May God wrap his loving arms around you and your family during this most difficult time. It was a pleasure to meet him, he had such wit and humor. Healing blessings


Carolyn & Bob Goodwin posted on 11/26/19

Sorry to hear of Jimmy passing away. Had good times with Jimmy while living down the street from him on Alden Avenue in Cradock.May the LORD Bless and surround his family with his love and provide them with the comfort and support they will be in need of during their time of grievance and loss.


Jason Prado posted on 11/26/19

Dad was a great friend and an amazing father. I've watched more movies and shows with him than anyone else. His immense imagination fueled the fun that our family had growing up and I can only hope emulate a fraction of that with my own family as they grow. Dad was ahead of his time. As early as the 80s, we were gaming and playing with code. By the 90s, we were playing games with friends online. In the early 2000s we went on to host gaming events at our house with 20 - 30 people attending on a local network years before gaming over the internet would begin. His group became known as "outLAN" and was even sponsored by some well-known companies at the time! Some of our friends that came to those events are still in touch today. Needless to say that many of the people in the family were introduced to computers and are now in the IT field. That's an amazing legacy and I'll be forever proud. His love of computers, science fiction, and comics made it cool to be a nerd and I will be forever thankful of the things he taught me. Excelsior, Dad! Well done.


Brenda Walters Launder posted on 11/25/19

So sorry to hear of Jimmy's passing. I remember him well from my years at Cradock. My thoughts and prayers are with Judy and his family at the difficult time.


James Goodwin posted on 11/25/19

Very fond memories of growing up with the Prado family 2 houses away. Very sad over Jimmy’s passing. We shared a lot of golden times. God’s Blessings and peace bestowed on the entire Prado family & friends I pray.


Stephanie Smith posted on 11/25/19

Hello Debbie, I'm sorry to hear about the passing of your brother. Remember all the happy times that you both shared. You and your family are in my prayers.


Mary and Ron Guittar posted on 11/25/19

I am so very sorry for your loss Judy and the whole Prado family. I cannot imagine how you move forward. But you have this beautiful family. Family to lean on, hug, talk and lift you through this painful adjustment. Sending hugs and love. ❤️


Mary and Ron Guittar posted on 11/25/19

I am so very sorry for your loss Judy and the whole Prado family. I can't imagine how you are coping and moving forward. But you have this beautiful family to hug, talk and lift your spirits as you move through this painful adjustment. Love and hugs to you all❤️