James Kocur

Died: Fri., Apr. 17, 2020

Family to do services at later date

Location: St. Denis Cemetery

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James Kocur, 65, passed away on Friday April 17 after a seven year battle with Progressive Supranuclear Palsy.
     He was born in Webster, the son of John and Lorraine (Burzycki) Kocur and was a lifelong resident of Douglas.
     He leaves behind two sons David of Uxbridge and Kevin and his wife Caitlyn and two granddaughters Charlotte and Isabella of Kingston. His mother Lorraine and sister Deb Jameson of Douglas. He was predeceased by his father John.
     James graduated from Douglas High School and Becker Jr. College. He worked for the Sweetlife  Co. in Northboro until they closed and then became a bar manager.
     He was active in the Worcester County Dart League for many years, played softball in the Valley League and was a season ticket holder for the Patriots. He loved camping with his friends.
     The family would like to thank the Aides from Tri-Valley Elder Care for all their help over the past few years.
     There will be no calling hours and the burial will be at the convenience of the family. Donations in Jim’s memory may be made to Tri Valley Inc. 10 Mill St. Dudley, MA 01571.

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Nancy Hughes
   Posted Sun April 19, 2020
Lorraine and Deb, So sorry about Jimmy's passing. He fought hard through all this to remain independent. As he is in a better place now with no more suffering from that delibertateing disease. Please let me know if there's anything you need. See you soon ! Love Nancy

wayne cournoyer
   Posted Mon April 20, 2020
I knew Jimmy for many years and he always went out of his way to help people . My wife and I went to see Jimmy at the club he was always a gentleman . Weare going to miss Jimmy very much even if we didnt get to see Jim a lot for the last couple if years . Always a friend Wayne and Christine Cournoyer

David and Carol Perkins
   Posted Mon April 20, 2020
We are so very sorry for your loss.

Jim "Benny" Benson
   Posted Tue April 21, 2020
I had many memorable moments with Jim during my late teens and twenties. If it was a planned event or just a shared ride to Sweet Life, Jim was fun to be around. He was one of a small group of guys I knew I could always trust. I didn't stay in touch with Jim after I moved from Douglas and I apologize for that. May peace be with you James.

Annette and Jeff George
   Posted Fri May 01, 2020
Had lots of good fun times with Jimmy. Will be missed by many.

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