James Francis Millosky

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

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 28, 2010
    Kim Dean says:
    Dear Mom, Jim, Carol, Kathy and extended family - I'm so sorry to hear about Dad's passing. I have such wonderful memories of him and feel blessed to have had him in my life. One memory, in particular, is when I tried downhill skiing for the first (and just about last)time. I kept falling and couldn't get back up. Dad came to me to offer his expert assistance. Even with his help, I was never going to conquer the slopes! It was a comfort to have him close. I can't imagine how hard Dad's illness has been for all of you but I know you cared for him with all your hearts until the very end. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love always, Kim