Jim was a loving husband to Natalie, devoted father to his three sons and wonderful grandfather to his grandchildren. Jim had a Bachelor’s degree in chemistry from City College. He worked 2 jobs for many years at Texaco and FIT College. He was a member of the Bayside Power squadron for over 50 years. Jim enjoyed boating for many years so much so that he taught classes on boating as well.
After retirement he taught classes at Suffolk Community College for several years.
Jim was a hard-working man that was always busy working on something. He was a generous man that was eager to help out.
Together with his wife they enjoyed bowling, traveling and camping in their motor home.
He enjoyed time spent with his wife and family most of all. We were truly blessed to have him a part of our lives and he will surely be missed.