James
Greece: Thursday, October 23, 2014. Predeceased by his parents, Theodore and Dorothy Tunteri; sisters, Lois and Phyllis; brother-in-law, Richard Roth; nephew, David Roth; step-son, John Roberts; sister-in-law, Margaret Roth; granddaughter, Christine Tunteri; father and mother-in-law, Carl and Gloria Roth. Survived by his loving wife of 38 years, Patricia R. Tunteri; son, James (Sherry) Tunteri of Nampa, ID and their children; sister-in-law, Kathleen Roth of ID; niece and nephew, Stacy and Tom Beeles of ID; great-niece and great-nephew, Colton and Leah Beeles of ID; special friend, Caroline Reiss of ID; brother, Michael (Judy) Tunteri and family of MI; brother-in-law, Carl Roth of PA; niece and nephew, Ellen (Jim) Cecchetti of PA; great-niece, Angela Cecchetti of PA; niece, Amy Roth of PA; longtime dear and thoughtful friends, Sam 'Buddy' (Nancy) Palumbo; their son, Dominic Palumbo; their daughter, Christine (Matt) Muratore; their children, Brandy and Sammie Muratore. Jim was an avid golfer, fisherman, wildlife enthusiast, Buffalo Bills Fan, Syracuse Fan, lover of all creatures, great and small, especially his felines, Barney, Trapper and Samantha. Special thanks to Jessica from Lifetime Care Hospice. Services held at the convenience of the family. Contributions may be made to the Humane Society at Lollypop Farm or the charity of one's choice in his memory. For more information or to sign James's online guestbook please visit www.MeesonFamily.com.

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  1. Jim was a wonderful man ,always smiling . He was not only our favorite customer at Wegmans, Mount Read store , but also a friend to many of us. He will be sadly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with his wife Patricia and family.

  2. Jim was a wonderful man ,always smiling . He was not only our favorite customer at Wegmans, Mount Read store , but also a friend to many of us. He will be sadly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with his wife Patricia and family.

  3. My sincere regrets. I am sorry for \’our\’ loss of a fine gentleman. After Jim left Security at Kodak Park, where I knew him the longest, I would talk with him frequently after our retirements, at Churchville Golf Club where he was a highly regarded and recognized top player.

  4. My sincere regrets. I am sorry for \’our\’ loss of a fine gentleman. After Jim left Security at Kodak Park, where I knew him the longest, I would talk with him frequently after our retirements, at Churchville Golf Club where he was a highly regarded and recognized top player.

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