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Sylvan Abbey Memorial Park & Funeral Home

2853 Sunset Point RD, Clearwater, FL

OBITUARY

James J Quaglietta

October 19, 1950February 6, 2020

James Joseph Quaglietta, age 69, of Palm Harbor, Florida and formerly Bergenfield, New Jersey passed away on February 6, 2020.

James is survived by a loving family including; Sister, Gloria Quaglietta and husband Thomas Pfeiffer, nephew Andrew J. DeVincenzo, niece Danielle E. DeVincenzo, great niece Sophia Faith DeVincenzo, and faithful canine companion Ally.

Committal Service will be held on Tuesday, March 3, 11:00 am at Sylvan Abbey Memorial Park, Clearwater, FL

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in James’ honor to Best Friends Animal Rescue, 5001 Angel Canyon Road - Kanab, Utah 84741 https://bestfriends.org/ (Look under the “Ways to give” tab)

Services

3 March

Committal Service

11:00 am - 11:30 am

Sylvan Abbey Memorial Park

2860 SUNSET POINT RD
CLEARWATER, FL 33759

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Jennifer Freson

February 13, 2020

So saddened to hear this. Although I didn’t know James personally, he was an active member on a group that was for families and patients who had the same kind of cancer he did (My dad has the same type) I think all of us in that group felt like we knew James from his numerous posts and comments and we are all so sad to hear of his passing. Peace and love to his family and to Ally. ❤️

Mary Marconi

February 13, 2020

I'm so sorry to lose our neighbor Jim. We got to know each other in 2018 when he asked for my help determining the value of his house and choosing colors to have it painted. Before that, he had been so quiet with me I was surprised to learn how talkative he was once we knew each other. Jim was thinking about a making a move to be closer to eastern mountains, and he sent lots of messages about towns and neighborhoods he was considering. After the new year, he shared with me that the cancer was back, but he also sent this great picture that had been taken just before Christmas at Ruth Eckerd Hall. He was in my prayers, but God called him home.