Lemmon Funeral Home of Dulaney Valley Inc.

10 West Padonia Road, Timonium, MD


James Paul Blatt

October 30, 1962August 26, 2019

Suddenly on August 26, 2019 JAMES "JIM" P. BLATT; devoted father of Carly Elliott Blatt; dear brother of Earl Blatt, Sue Colyer, Tina Harnish and Dave Blatt. Also survived by several nieces and one nephew.

A Celebration of Jim's life will be held in Lemmon Funeral Home of Dulaney Valley Inc., 10 W. Padonia Road (at York Road) Timonium, Maryland 21093 on Friday, August 30, 2019 at 11am.

Interment Private.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Jim's memory to American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, please visit www.afsp.org.


  • Celebration of Life Friday, August 30, 2019


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Stacy Newstead (Cabrera)

September 3, 2019

Jim was a pleasure to work with. He was talented at his job and mentor to me. I am successful at my work place, in part due to his guidance--both his direct help to me on the job and by learning from him as an example. I will remember his humor, hard work, and the wonderful updates of how well his daughter was growing and conquering things like college and med school.I am honored to have known him for even a short time.

Jeff Smith

August 30, 2019

Jim. It has been a privilege to have known and worked with you from many years ago. The gang will really miss you. The tribute paid to you for your accomplishments, kindness, and generosity are awesome and would be difficult for someone else to fit your shoes. Rest in peace my friend. Jeff

Dale Colyer

August 29, 2019

I remember Jim borrowing my my wedding tux for his high school prom. After all, he needed his hard earned money for dinner for his date. Camping at the yearly blue grass festivals were looked forward to. He always introduced us to his friends and shared important things in his life. The long conversations when we sharing tech info crossing his field and mine will be missed. His caring , sharing attitude will be missed.

Michael Wagner

August 29, 2019

We used to go camping down each year on Assateague Island with other friends from AAI when we were young. Great times. I remember one year when he was the only one daring enough to go swimming in the very brisk ocean.... in March. He was so full of life. Jim, you will be missed, old friend.
-Michael Wagner

Ed Fox

August 29, 2019

As a 35 year employee at AAI/Textron I had a many chances to work with Jim on several engineering projects. I must say with Jim ALL the experiences were positive. I will always remember Jim for his wit and dry humor whether at work or the many outside functions over the years. He was the consummate team player with a can-do attitude that focused on project mission and objective. He was a true PIONEER in the Unmanned Business he help create.

The AAI/Textron team and I specifically will truly miss Jim. He has found his Peace and with a Smile will be forever be looking down on his Hunt Valley colleagues and the Unmanned Aircraft he was so passionate of.

God Bless you Jim and your Family!

"Fast Eddie" Fox

Sue Colyer

August 29, 2019

You were my best friend and loved by so many . We had so many good times on vacations, holidays, and all the in between stuff. I will miss you always.
Love and peace, Sue

Carl Moyer

August 28, 2019


My high school classmate, groomsman in my first wedding, 213th Renegade member for over 30 years and my friend. I reflect on the great times and conversations we had over the years. Cruising in your Mustang and jamming to "The Cars" and 4 wheeling in my jeep at the gap.

Over the last few years our conversations usually surrounded your pride and joy, Carly.

My heart and thoughts go out to you Carly, Earl, Sue, Tina and David in this difficult time.

Robin MAYO

August 28, 2019

I had many many great times with Jim back in the 80s. He was a fun loving guy that always made you smile. HE WAS A GREAT GUY! rest in piece my friend my prayers go out to your family during this hard time.