Jim was not just a boss; he was a friend, mentor, a father figure, and an inspiration. His unique ability to brighten the room with his daily “good afternoon boys & girls,” his singing, his guitar playing, his sense of humor, his stories, and his very presence are all greatly missed. We are all better to have known him.As we keep the memory of Jim in our hearts, we are dedicated to continuing his legacy in honor of him, our clients, and his impact on each one of us. Thank you, Jim. A note from Brad: It is impossible to describe the impact Jim had on Morgan Autism Center history, culture and community. He was an eternal optimist, a gifted musician, talented computer technician, witty beyond compare and just fun to have around. We will remember the sound of his laughter and the magic of his music forever.