James M. Brush
September 20, 1923 – March 2, 2020
James M. Brush, of Webster, loving father, grandfather, and great-grandfather, joined his beloved wife of 42 years, Anna, in Eternal Rest on Monday, March 2, 2020, at the age of 96.
Aside from his wife, he was predeceased by his parents, Harold H. and Marion F. Brush, and his brother, Harold H. Brush, Jr.
He is survived by his son, Harold (Victoria) Brush; 3 grandchildren, Annie (Luis) Cornier, Erika (Zach) Brewerton, and Harold H. (Katherine) Brush; as well as 5 great-grandchildren, Arianna, Aliyah, and Antonio Cornier, Lorelai and Elena Ernst, step-great-grandson, Aiden Brewerton; and many dear friends.
Jim was a WWII Army veteran who served as a radio signal specialist in the 69th Signal Battalion. He graduated from the University of Rochester, Class of 1965, with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He then went on to work for Eastman Kodak as a Mechanical Engineer for 27 years, before retiring in 1983. In his free time he greatly enjoyed fishing, and was also an amateur Ham radio operator, with the call letters, W2PZN.
Relatives and friends may call on Monday, March 9th, from 4-7PM at the WILLARD H. SCOTT FUNERAL HOME, 12 South Ave., Webster, NY 14580. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Tuesday, March 10th, at 9:15AM, at St. Rita Church, 1008 Maple Dr., Webster. Interment with military honors to follow in the Webster Rural Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to ALVAH HALLORAN & SON FUNERAL HOME, Gates.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Jim’s honor to Lollypop Farm.
- Calling Hours Monday, March 9, 2020
- Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday, March 10, 2020
James M. Brush
March 24, 2020
A wonderful neighbor who always passed a smile and warm hello. It was a pleasure knowing you sir. You shall be missed.
March 6, 2020
Harold and Vicky, We know how you devoted yourselves to Jim for many years. We know from experience how painful losing someone close is very difficult. We also know that the sad feelings do lift and you will replace them with happy memories of Jim that you will have for the rest of your lives. We hope you feel better soon.
Garry and Nancy