James Edward Morrissey

August 27, 1959May 22, 2018

James E. Morrissey, 58, of Queens Village died May 22, 2018 with family after a courageous battle with cancer. His mischievous smile lit a path for those around him. Jimmy was born and raised in Queens Village and lived there his entire life. Jimmy went to Ss. Joachim & Anne, and then attended Andrew Jackson High School. After working in various jobs for several years, Jimmy began his 33 year career with TWA, which later became part of American Airlines. He worked in a variety of ramp positions at both LaGuardia and JFK airports. He is survived by his 3 brothers, Mike and wife Mickey of CA, Dan of MA, and Kevin of NJ; 1 sister, Eileen and husband Phil of NY; sister-in-law Maureen of MA, and numerous cousins, nieces, nephews, in-laws and close friends. Relatives and friends are invited to his funeral, Saturday from 9:15 AM to 10:15 AM at the R. Stutzmann & Son Funeral Home, 224-39 Jamaica Avenue, Queens Village, New York 11428 followed by a funeral Mass at Our Lady of Lourdes Chapel at 10:45 AM. Burial will take place privately at a later date. In Lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be made in Jimmy's Memory to the American Cancer Society.



  • Visitation Saturday, May 26, 2018
  • Funeral Mass Saturday, May 26, 2018


  • Private Cremation

James Edward Morrissey

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Our Lady of Lourdes

May 25, 2018

With prayers and support from your parish community at Our Lady of Lourdes.

Greg Sciacca

May 25, 2018

I have known Jim since grammar school Ss Joachim and Anne good old days in QV. He will be missed rest in peace my brother.

Patrick Mills

May 24, 2018

I worked with Jimmy at American Airlines. He always was a kind and thoughtful person and he will be missed

Tommy Scally

May 24, 2018

I have nothing but fond memories of Jimmy, he was a competitive handball player who loved music and life. as we got older we didn't see each other a lot but when we did it was like we saw each other everyday, a true friend and a real gentleman. RIP Jimmy