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James P. Adamczyk
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Jim was an outstanding friend and colleague. We still had so many joint projects planned. I cannot believe that he has gone. My deepest condolences to Jim's spouse and family.

Posted by: Mathias Kirchmer - West Chester, PA - Friend   Oct 22, 2019
This photograph was taken at HCL Technologies Limited, a small get together after the Board meeting

We at HCL Technologies Limited are sad to hear about the demise of Mr. James Philip Adamczyk who was an Independent Director on the Board of HCL Technologies.

The Board expressed its deep condolences at the untimely and sad demise of Mr. James Adamczyk.

He was a valued member of the Board, who always inspired us with his strength, positivity and generosity. We shall cherish the time spent with him and the learnings he shared.

On behalf of HCL Technologies we convey our heartfelt condolences to his family. May his soul rest in peace

Posted by: HCL Technologies Limited    Oct 21, 2019

That man made me laugh!

On July 19th, 1982 James P. Adamczyk, Roger A. Loomis and Vincent B. Sumpter started new careers together at Arthur Andersen & Co. in Chicago.
We had nothing in common other than being from a Big 10 school (Purdue, Illinois, Indiana) and we were Green Beans' starting at Arthur.
We formed a fast friendship the three of us. For two years, Jim and I shared an apartment until Roger and I bought a 4-flat together. We shared a

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Posted by: Vince Sumpter - Phoenix, AZ - Friend   Oct 17, 2019

Jim was a great colleague and coach - RIP

Posted by: nigel barnes - London UK - Coworker   Oct 17, 2019

Jim is an icon of the Philippine software industry. He helped setup the Manila Advanced Systems Center in 1986, the first offshore resource center for AC/Accenture. That effort has now grown to provide high-tech professional careers for over 20,000 Filipinos!

Personally, I have the fondest memories of Jim as he was the one that welcomed me to Chicago in the winter of '85, and he mentored me on the IBM-RECD project which served as my introduction to the world of

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Posted by: Dondi Mapa - Manila - Coworker   Oct 17, 2019

I am saddened. Jim was a good person and a fine neighbor. Far too young to leave us.

Posted by: Bob Manning - Charleston, SC - Neighbor   Oct 16, 2019

om, Michell and I are so saddened at the passing of Jim. As all who had even a small bit of connection with Jim would say; He was one of the good guys. Jim and I have known each other since we launched our Arthur Andersen careers in the early 1980s. Our bond grew to include you and Michell. We had fun meeting up with you and Jim. We are blessed to have you as friends. Tom, you too are

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Posted by: Mike CENSKY - Sterling, VA - Friend   Oct 15, 2019

TOMMY I just now learned of Jim's passing! I'm so sorry!

Posted by: Kim Robbins - Hildebran, NC - Friend   Oct 15, 2019

Tom and Jim's family, i am so saddened to hear about Jim's passing. He was the first Accenture (then Andersen Consulting) manager who guided me professionally when he was relocated to the Philippines. Over time, we became good friends. Sadly, I last heard from him when he mentioned that he had just met Tom. I will always have great memories of Jim as an old friend and co worker. Rest in peace Jim! In the Filipino tradition, I will be praying for Jim, Tom, and the rest of Jim's family for the next 9 days.

Posted by: Rita Cruz - Kent, WA - Coworker   Oct 15, 2019

Tom, Our hearts are saddened and empty by the loss of Jim ...He was a great friend and cared for us all...He always had a story to tell or an adventure to share with us... Thank you for always being here for us and loving us ...

Posted by: Brian Anderson - Columbia, SC - friend   Oct 15, 2019