James Carl Italiano

James Carl Italiano

James C. Italiano, 80, of Gold Canyon, AZ passed away on June 7, 2013 due to lung cancer.

He was born to the late Charles and Mary Italiano of Cleveland, OH. He served in the US Navy from 1950 to 1953. Upon his return, he attended the Ohio State University.

Jim worked a NASA as an Engineering Aide. The rest of his 31 years of employment were spent at Rockwell International (aka North American and Boeing). For 16 years he was the Manager of Computing & Simulation within the Missile Systems Division.

Those who will remain to miss him are Jacqueline M. Fisher Italiano, his loving spouse of 57 years; their six children, Cathy Italiano-Ward, Charles Italiano, Mary J. Italiano, Tony Italiano, Terry Craig and Donna Pocano. Jim will also be missed dearly by his 11 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren.

Per Jim?s wishes, there will be a family service only. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Hospice of the Valley.

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2 responses to James Carl Italiano

  1. Patricia F says:

    To the family: May the comfort from family and friends strengthen you during this difficult time, and may you find comfort in the words found in the Holy Scriptures: “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”

  2. Oleg says:

    I’ve been through a lot of death; death from diassees, death from accidents, death from violence, and all the consequences of them. And I’m only 23. I never refuse that it may happen to my family too .No, it already happened. I know someday it’ll come and I’ve tried to be prepared. But somehow I just cannot make it.I know those things can happen to me too. I’ve passed through a lot of medical processes. I feel vulnerable but it’s ok. Human is vulnerable. We are not special. It just happens. I was sorrow for a long time but then, someone told me we had to live with the present or we’ll never find peace. That’s true. That’s what people do when it’s time for tragic. Live with the present and what we’ve got now, not what we used to have or will have. Do not be imaginative at this time. We have to know our emotion, know how we feel and just deal with it. That’s what I’ve tried to do for all these years and it keeps me alive.Well, I may talk some crap. Sorry. I never tell my thought to anyone because my imagination tells me that no one wants to hear. But I just want to say it.

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