James Francis Millosky

December 17, 1924 - March 18, 2010
James Francis Millosky

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James Francis Millosky, 85, of Carolina Shores, formerly of Ringwood, NJ passed away on March 18, 2010.

He was preceded in death by his parents Adam Joseph and Ann Tiskie Millosky, one brother, Adam Millosky and a grandson, Benjamin Jurgensen.

James was an active member of Shallotte River Power and Sail Squadron and an avid outdoorsman who made the most of his degree in physical education. He retired from the Mirror Aluminum Company of Manitowoc, Wi. and moved south to play golf and boat.

Jim leaves behind his wife of 55 years, Pauline, one son James Anthony Millosky and his wife Patricia of Glendale, AZ, daughters Carol Jurgensen and husband Wayne of West Milford, NJ, Kathy McKee and husband Scott of Ocean Isle Beach. NC, sister Ann McCann of Long Island, NY ,four grandchildren, two step-grandchildren, and four step great grandchildren.

A memorial mass will be held on Tuesday, March 23, 2010 at 9:00 AM at St. Brendan The Navigator, Roman Catholic Church, 5101 Ocean Highway W. Shallotte, NC with Rev. Robert F. Ippolito officiating.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Lower Cape Fear Hospice 1406 Physicians Drive Wilmington, NC.
Or Alzheimer’s Association in Eastern NorthCarolins 3737 Glenwood Ave Suite 100 Raleigh NC.

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  • March 21, 2010
    Donalda Tremblay says:
    Dear Aunt Polly, Jimmy, Carol and Kathy. I'm so sorry to hear about Uncle Jim. I've been remembering your visits here with a warm smile on my face. I can still hear that singsong voice "everybody up"! My thoughts are with you. Love, Donalda

  • March 21, 2010
    Toni and Craig Sweeting says:
    Dear Aunt Polly We have such fond memories of you and Uncle Jim. Craig and I always admired how active you were and said we wanted to be like you when we are your age. Uncle Jim was a fun loving guy with an infectious laugh. He never seemed to mind the long trip north to visit your family and seemed to thoroughly enjoy himself while here. Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts! Good bye "Jungle Jim"(as Craig used to say)! Love Toni

  • March 20, 2010
    Jocelyn Tremblay says:
    Aunt Polly, our thoughts are with you and your family at this time. Jocelyn, Frank, Nicholas, Simon

  • March 20, 2010
    Celine Tremblay says:
    Aunt Polly and family, We were so sorry to hear about Uncle Jim. We are thinking of you during this difficult time. Celine, Eric, Saxxen and Cierra.

  • March 20, 2010
    Hélène Tremblay_boyko says:
    Dear aunt Polly, Jimmy (I can't shake the habit), Carol and Kathy, It breaks my heart to have to say goodbye to uncle Jim. So many of my childhood memories feature him as the main star. Christmas in July just wouldn't have been the same without the famous Mirroware tea sets. There was still a stash of coffee pots at the old camp when we cleaned it out in August. Many cousins went home with some of uncle Jim's wares. I can't forget the time we were driving down Highway 101 and some American tourists were fishing off the shore... uncle Jim stuck his head out the window and yelled out "Go home damn yank!" Aunt Polly, I know how much mom and dad enjoyed their trips on Windemere with you both. The stories of Awesome would grow in proportion with uncle Jim's humour. He will be missed. Aunt Polly, I know you cared for him in these last few years... may you find comfort in the knowledge that he is in a much better place now. My thoughts went out to you at mass tonight, and my prayers in the weeks and months to come. Hugs and kisses to you all. Hélène