James A. Ciminelli
June 23, 1929 - March 21, 2018
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Devoted Husband, loving Father, Brother, Uncle and Grandfather, James Andrew Ciminelli died peacefully at Sacred Heart Living Facility in Center Valley, PA on March 21, 2018. Jim was born in Flatbush Brooklyn on June 23, 1929 to James and Mary Agnes Ciminelli. Jim spent his youth in Flatbush, went on to study engineering at Brooklyn …
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Cheryl D. left a message on March 28, 2019:
My condolences for your loss. At this sad and trying time, keep God's promises in your hearts and minds. "There is going to be a resurrection." ( Acts 24:15) May your many shared memories be of comfort to all of the family and friends.
Lorraine Gutenmann left a message on March 24, 2019:
Mr and Mrs Ciminelli, Mara, Kathleen, Jimmy , Jeannie, Meggy, Patty, Jennifer, Billy, John, Joseph, I am so very sorry for your family’s great loss! I Cherish my babysitting days with your family in Bellerose! Your Dad loved his family so much. He was always smiling and his family brightened his world!! I am thinking of you. Love Lorraine and Family❤️❤️❤️❤️
Bill and Lynda Stear left a message on March 23, 2019:
Dear Mary Ann and family, Jim was a wonderful neighbor and friend. There were occasions that Bill needed a battery or a special file or tool that Jim so generously let him borrow from his work bench. We will remember him every time we place something on the shelves he so graciously gave us for our garage - always giving - always sharing - always acknowledging us and saying kind words of appreciation. We remember the times we spent together in our home, on our deck, and even in our garage one cold Halloween night as we roasted hot dogs on a small grill. Jim was a great sport as we all sat and shivered while waiting for the Trick-or-Treaters. We spent many "just for fun times" together with neighbors and shared a few significant miles stones with your family - thank-you for being our friends. We enjoyed every story Jim told of yester-year in your home state and we will cherish his zeal in sharing those stories, for he lived them and was an integral part of the cultural history of the former customs houses in New York City - yet hurrying home from his job at lunch time with milk for his growing family. Above all, we will remember how he cared for you, Mary Ann, and worked circles around all of us fixing, sorting, repairing, and creating solutions to many home and garden projects - always anticipating the future and planning for it. And, with his sense of humor, even made fun of himself and his very busy chain saw! Jim was a wonderful role model for every man. And, Mary Anne, we recognized that he was very faithful to his church and consistent in going to Mass - an extraordinary caring man whom God blessed with a lovely wife and many children and grandchildren. He will sorely be missed, and the parts of himself that he shared have become a template for those of us who knew him, and we will incorporate into our lives his attributes of caring. God bless you, Mary Ann and your family as you gather to remember a wonderful husband, father, grandfather, and friend. Much Love, Your neighbors, Bill and Lynda Stear
Wayne Biondi left a message on January 7, 2019:
Sorry to hear this news. Jimmy was a co-worker during the US Customs days. In the early 90's or so, Jimmy was on detail to JFK cargo unit from his permanent Newark or NYC post, and we would chat of family and old times. You see, there is a distant family relation with Jimmy, from my Dads cousins side. My Dad would ask me about a James Ciminelli at Customs, and sure enough, one day, not so long ago, Jimmy was assigned to JFK and we began conversing and relating stories. With relocations and moves, we lost touch, until I happened to cross this sad news just recently. My Thoughts and Prayers to the Family. Wayne Biondi.
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Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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