James Etherington Obituary, Death – James Etherington, who was a friend of ours, a supporter of our cause, and a longtime member of our organization, was also known as “Piano Jim.” His alias was “Piano Jim,” after his name. Despite the fact that he passed away peacefully a week ago, the news of his loss has left us in a state of intense sadness. Although he enjoyed performing on stage in a significant number of our productions, you could also find him chit-chatting away with Bob and Dave in the rehearsal room or hunched over the piano with Peter and Nick as they worked on the daily crossword puzzle. This was despite the fact that he participated in a significant number of our productions.
This was in spite of the fact that he had been a member of an unreasonable number of our shows. One of his most recent and unforgettable performances was his gorgeous rendition of “1066 and all that,” which he did in our “Best of Britain” revue a few years ago. This was one of his most recent and notable performances. That was certainly one of the most recent and impressive performances that he has ever delivered.
It was one of the most funny sections of the show because of how completely he nailed the comedy timing of it, which made it one of the most flawless examples of his act. We are going to miss him, but we are going to remember him fondly for the rest of our lives regardless matter how long that may be. During this difficult time, we want Jim’s family and those who were very close to him to know how much we care about them and that you are in our thoughts and prayers. We also want to let you know that Jim’s family and friends are in our thoughts and prayers.