James "Jimmy"'s Story
James "Jimmy" H. Macom, 78, of Grove City passed away on Sunday, March 12, 2017, after a brief battle with cancer.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Dorothy Helene (Royle) and Harry "Tink" Macom; and his brother, Ron Macom.
He is survived by his companion, Linda Nulph, and her children Mitchell and Matt and his wife, Michelle McFeely; his children, James Macom and his wife, Thomasina, Amy Luzar and her husband, William Luzar Jr., Susie Metz and Beth Croce and her husband, Roberto; and his stepdaughter, Roxanne Iorio; and his brother, Jack and his wife, Jean. He is loved and will be sadly missed by his 12 grandchildren, a great-grandchild and several nieces and cousins. And by all of the family and friends whose lives he touched and treasured.
Known as one of the three handsome Macom boys, he had a great sense of humor, quick with a joke to make you smile.
Blessed with a singing voice that people would come to hear and one that would melt his daughters' hearts, he performed with the Bill Basilone Combo for many years.
A talented and avid golfer whose love for the game he shared with his son.
When his whereabouts were in question, just check the golf course.
He enjoyed deer hunting at the family cabin in Tidioute and fishing on the Allegheny River, a pastime he shared with his dad and brothers, providing a lot of good memories that still bring smiles.
He graduated from Sharon Senior High School and attended Youngstown State University.
He worked for National Castings, Cooper Industries, Mercer Forge, Green Meadows Golf Course and Delmar Golf Course.
Although never long enough, we cherish the time we had. We love you dad.
Published on March 13, 2017