November 3, 1952 ~ January 1, 2023

Born in: Jamaica, NY
Resided in: Ridge, NY

James “Jim” Davies passed away early January 1st with family by his side after a bravely-fought battle with Metabolic Encephalopathy secondary to Early Onset Dementia.

Jim leaves his beloved wife Joan of over 40 years as well as his son James Peter, daughter Jaclyn Kristine and son-in-law Louie.

Jim was a natural-born athlete and enjoyed many sports including hockey and baseball where he played on competitive adult leagues.  He was a devoted New York Yankees fan.

Perhaps his greatest joy was riding motorcycles.  Jim loved his Harley Davidson bike and took pleasure in a sunny day of riding.

Jim’s career spanned over 30 years in the printing business as Maggio Data Forms.

In recent years, Jim spent his days enjoying time with his family and beloved dogs.  He was a true nature lover and had a fondness for birdwatching at home in his beautiful yard with his wife.

Services

Visitation: January 6, 2023 2:00 - 4:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A
MILLER PLACE, NY 11764


Visitation: January 6, 2023 7:00 - 9:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A
MILLER PLACE, NY 11764


Mass: January 7, 2023 10:30 am

St. Mark R. C. Church
105 Randall Rd.
SHOREHAM, NY 11786


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  1. RIP our dear Brother-in-law Jim.
    You fought a courteous battle now is time for you to be at peace. We will always remember you. Great memories bring smiles to our face and fullness in our hearts.
    Love you Jim.
    Lucille & Joe

  2. candleRIP Jimmy. Frank and I are very sorry to hear of your passing. Joan thinking of you and your family at this sad time….and also memories of your wedding came to mind at St Catherine’s and VFW reception💜

  3. candleRest In Peace Jim. We had some good times as young men. Track working at the BV and going down to Miami in our VW’s. Let the memories live on Brother.

  4. Jim was a great person. When in N.Y. We enjoyed visiting with Jim and the family. We will miss his friendship and sense of humor. Love and prayers to the family. Jack and Mary Brittain

  5. Very sad to hear about the passing of Uncle Jimmy. He always made me feel welcome and loved. I’ll never forget his high energy that I couldn’t even match as a kid.

    Deepest condolences to Aunt Joanie, James and Jackie.

  6. We’re so sad to hear of the passing of uncle Jimmy. You were always smiling & the life of the party. You will be dearly missed.

    Love to Aunt Joanie, Jackie, James & Louie

    Danielle & Mike Crawford

  7. Jimmy you were the coolest and sweetest guy ever! Lots of laughter from 1972-2021! I will miss you!!

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