James C. Elliott

Born: Tue., Nov. 22, 1949
Died: Sun., Jul. 30, 2017


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James C. Elliott, 67, of Lucinda passed away on July 30, 2017 at his home after a five month illness.

 

Born on November 22, 1949 in Brookville he was the son of late Eugene Craig and Velma Mae Burns Elliott.  

He was a 1967 graduate of Union High School and attended Clarion University.

On July 19, 1975 he was married to the former Veronica “Bonnie” L Baumcratz Elliott and she survives.

Jim was a member of St. Michael Church in Fryburg.

He worked for 37 years at Owens-Brockway in Clarion.  When he was not working Jim enjoyed Brace Field Trial Beagles, bowling, hunting and fishing, and softball and baseball.  Jim was also a member of the Fryburg Beagle Club, Coraopolis Beagle Club, WOCAV, and the Sligo Sportsmen Club.

Jim served four years in the United States Navy.

He is survived by his wife Bonnie, a brother John Elliott and his wife Sylvia of TN, an aunt Mary Elliott of Norfolk VA, an aunt Aida Morris of Sligo PA, and numerous nieces and nephews.

Jim was preceded in death by his parents and a brother Phil.  

As per his request there will be no public visitations.  Faller Funeral Home,  Inc. in Fryburg will be caring for the family.

Memorials in Jim's honor may be made to St. Michael Church in Fryburg; The Cancer Center – Clarion Hospital; or Clarion Forest VNA Hospice, 271 Perkins RD., Clarion, PA 16214.

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Mary Kay Ditz Kalivoda
   Posted Mon July 31, 2017
Jim was such a great guy. When my dad was still living in Fryburg and unable to get out much, he would come and visit with my dad. He took the time to sit with Dad and chat about all of the things that were of interest to Dad. Jim could have chosen to do other things, he chose to spend the time with an elderly man who needed companionship. Dad really enjoyed his visits. He and Bonnie were true friends to my dad and to all of our family.

Ken Rex
   Posted Mon July 31, 2017
So sorry for you loss Bonnie, Jim was a good guy, I bowled against him many times. He was always very serious at his bowling but then he would come up with something completely off the wall. He will be missed. R.I.P. Jim

Peg and John Sims
   Posted Tue August 01, 2017
Bonnie, John and I are so sorry for your loss. We will surely miss seeing and talking with Jim when you come to trap rabbits. We always appreciated your efforts to help us out with our rabbit problem. Jim's struggles are over and he is breathing freely now. He will be greatly missed. Much sympathy, Peg And John Sims

Randy & Trudi Burns
   Posted Tue August 01, 2017
So very sorry for your loss . The Elliott boys & Burns boys grew up together! Always spending Sundays at the farm & Grandma's house ! Lots of memories were made growing up together! We pray God comforts you and gives you peace .

Glenn Beichner
   Posted Tue August 01, 2017
Bonnie,
So sorry for your loss. When I last saw Jim at Marsha's viewing, he was doing better. I did not know he got ill again. We had alot of good times at bowling league and traveling to tournaments. He was an excellent all around athlete. Thank you for those pies you would send with him. Prayers going to you and know that you will see him again. That faith is what keeps me going from my loss. God Bless.

Dee Wolbert Fry
   Posted Tue August 01, 2017
Bonnie, so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you and sending prayers.

Jerry and Mary Lutz
   Posted Tue August 08, 2017
Bonnie, We're sorry to hear about Jim. Please don't hesitate to call if you ever need anything.

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