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Aycock-Riverside Funeral and Cremation Center

1112 Military Trail, Jupiter, FL

OBITUARY

James D. Sirigotis

July 30, 1933June 26, 2020

James D. Sirigotis, 86 of Jupiter, FL passed away on June 26, 2020 at his residence. He was born in Samos, Greece on July 30, 1933; the son of the late George and Christina Sirigotis.

James married Louise on June 24, 1956 and together they shared 64 years of marriage. He was the owner/operator of J. James Painting Company for 38 years before his retirement. James enjoyed, working out, reading, working with charities, visitation of shut ins, bible studies, World Vision, World Challenge, and served on seven different charity boards.

He is survived by his loving wife, Louise Sirigotis; two children, George and Margarita and six grandchildren, Chelsea, Taylor, James, Lauren, Rachael and Aaron.

In addition to his parents, he is predeceased by three brothers, John, Kostos and Peter.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to WorldChallenge.org.

Services

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, June 30, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, July 1, 2020

  • Committal Service to Follow

    Wednesday, July 1, 2020

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Louise Sirigotis

July 4, 2020

To my sweetheart Jimmy

It began 64 yrs ago when we said I do. The most wonderful thing that I’ve ever known is having your love and you for my very own. Jimmy gave my life a sweet, magical touch and I will forever love him. He made all my dreams come true.
Simply knowing that he was on my side, made me believe I could do anything. When I had success, part of that success belong to my love. The times that meant the most to me are the moments we spent together talking, laughing, dreaming simply enjoying the day and the presence of each other.
Your gentle voice, smile, touch and warm embrace brought me such deep peace. The culmination of a wonderful husband,loving father and great grandfather always willing to help anyone.
No one could ever love me like you.
Love your sweetheart, Louise xo

Jay & Nancy Crews

July 4, 2020

Enjoyed our visit with Jimmy and Louise and singing one of the gospel favorites “When we all get to heaven“. Jimmy has arrived.

Amber Tittle

July 3, 2020

We are so saddened to hear of Jimmie’s passing. He was such a sweet man of God with a kindness for others that will never be forgotten. I’ll never forget hearing him talking on the phone with my mom and dad when we would visit and seeing him over FaceTime and talking to him and Louise. He always asked about my family and wanted to know how we were. We didn’t get to visit in person very often over the years but I don’t think I will ever forget the voice of hearing Jimmie’s Greek accent and talking to him on the phone. Our love and prayers are with Louise and the family. We know you miss him terribly but we are thankful for the Hope in Jesus - that we will see him again in the perfect place of heaven. Where we will all be reunited and whole! God bless the Sirigotis family! We love you! ❤️The Tittle family - Amber, Ryan, Avery, Riley and Blake

Daniil Grivas

July 1, 2020

A good friend and a true brother. We missed him. His smile and wise speech are unforgettable. May God console his beloved wife, children and grandchildren. We look forward to see him in heaven
Daniel and Eleni Grivas
Athens Greece

Γριβας Δανιήλ

July 1, 2020

A good friend and a true brother. We missed him. His smile and wise speech are unforgettable. May God console his beloved wife, children and grandchildren. We look forward to see him in heaven. Daniel and Eleni Grivas
Athens, Greece

Ann Pinder Hunt

July 1, 2020

I knew Jimmy when I lived in West Palm Beach and attended Riviera Beach Church of God with Jim and Kathy Goodrum.
Jimmy’s well lived life has spoken to so many of his deep, trusting, joy in his Master. He was a remarkable man who genuinely loved Jesus with his whole heart.
Louise you were always the love of Jimmy’s life. I know how you are hurting. May our faithful God carry you and wrap you in His comfort.
Blessings on the rest of Jimmy’s family too as you celebrate that your dad is having the time of his life - now that the time of his earthly life is over.

Cathi Cardone

July 1, 2020

Dad was a true Angel on earth. He was a man of great kindness, compassionate, benevolent, uplifting, patient and wise, a truly humble man. Dad's smile would light up a room, he carried the love of God in his heart and his passion was to spread the word of God!
James Sirigotis was a man who touched people's lives in a meaningful way. After meeting him, his soul left a tremendous imprint on your heart. I am so blessed to have had him in my life !
Dad so loved his family, his wonderful wife Louise, his beloved children George and Margarita. If you wanted to see Dad's biggest smile, just ask him about his grandchildren. Dad was so proud of each and everyone of them, he loved when they visited or called, so he could catch up with them.

Christos Anta

June 30, 2020

Dear Louise, may the Lord comfort you, your children and your grandchildren.
Jim stood for us as a friend, a brother and a father.
I am deeply saddened by the news of your loss.
We pray that God will grant you the strength to bring you and your family the much-needed peace during this dark time. My most sincere condolences to you and your children George and Margarita.
All of you are in our thoughts and prayers and our heart aches for your loss. We know that brother Jimmy is now at peace with our Heavenly Father. We were honored and blessed to have known him. Brother Jimmy was truly a blessing in our life and we will miss him.
We will never forget his kindness especially for the homeless and refugees. May God give your family peace and the strength to bear the great pain.
Christos Anta - Athens Greece

Melvin Senchak

June 30, 2020

Jim was a wonderful person whose acquaintance came to us in the later phase of our lives and departed through God's grace much sooner then we would wish. His character and respect for family, friends and God were extraordinary. His generous and caring nature would always leave you feeling uplifted. He will be sadly missed by all.  During this trying time, we know his loving wife Louise, son George, daughter Margarita and grandchildren will be supported by wonderful family and friends, fond memories and the hand of God. Much love to you, Madeline and Dabby, Michael and Meri, Marlisa and Tom 

George Matsoukas

June 30, 2020

I met Jim 12 years ago in the winter of his life. He was visiting my 92 year old mother in rehab as part of his personal ministry to shut-ins in nursing centers. When she came home he asked if he could continue to visit. He visited, when he could, until her death in 2015.
Jim personified the Hellenic characteristic of philotimo…..the ability to make you feel like family.....hospitality....you are not a stranger. His smile, demeanor, white hair, good looks just made you feel like you knew him your entire life. That is the effect he had on my mother and her home caregivers. They just could not wait for his visit and his message of good cheer from the Bible. Because of mom, I too, was embraced by Jim. He was a dear friend. We shared wonderful conversations.
He was ready to meet God. He was pure in heart. His memory will remain with us and inspire us. May we all live long lives to remember him. Louise, George, Margaretta and grandchildren time and memories will help you heal. May he rest in peace.

FROM THE FAMILY