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Hoy Funeral Home

3855 Seneca Street, West Seneca, NY

OBITUARY

James R. Markley

July 8, 1933June 14, 2020

James R. Markley was born on July 8, 1933 and passed away on June 14, 2020 and is under the care of Hoy Funeral Home.

Donations in James R. Markley's memory can be made to Alzheimer's Association.

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Cheri Ellwood

June 24, 2020

My prayers and thoughts go to the whole Markley family! Mr Markley was such great man. I have memories of basketball games and breaking down on Rt 81 when he drove us home from Valley Forge ! Again I am sorry and like to extend my deepest condolences.

Mary Dawson

June 24, 2020

Dear Celeste and family,Jim was a lovely man. He will be missed. I have fond memories of him and you all. Love, Aunt Kate

Mary Smith

June 24, 2020

Marcy,

I am so sorry for the loss of your father. Please know that I am thinking of you. You and your family are in my prayers.

Sincerely,
Mary

Lyn Voshell

June 24, 2020

Suzanne and my Cheri Ellwood attended Valley Forge Christian College together. Jim drove them back to school this one time. They had a flat tire on the trip. Jim was so patient with these gals. While he changed the tire Sue was taking pictures. I chuckle when I think of this. I am so sorry for your loss Celeste. I’ve been there so I know the pain. Praying for you and your beautiful family.

Laura Markley

June 22, 2020

So sad to hear about my Uncle Jim's passing. He was a kind hearted, soft spoken man and I have fond memories of childhood holiday visits with him, my aunt Celeste and cousins Sue, Marcy and Jamie. My sincere condolences to all of you. Best, Laura

Greg Hallett

June 21, 2020

My desk was next to Jim's at Fuligni-Fragola/Bonacci Architects. He had the greatest influence on me on how to present construction drawings to be organized, fluid and beautiful. His legacy to me continues to this day by filtering down to my younger associates.

Angel Nee: Shoffeitt

June 20, 2020

I remember my first “ORANGE” game with Suzanne and her father. I loved his enthusiastic spirit. Love & peace to you all.

Bob Markley

June 20, 2020

We lost a great Architect this past Sunday morning, my dear brother Jim Markley. Poor Jim came down with Alzheimer a few years back that eventually took his life at age 86. Jim had a long professional work history at
Fuligni Fragola Architects and Bonacci Architects. Jim had the unique ability to keep working during power outages which were frequent at our Fly road office and produced beautiful hand-drawn details and sketches which is becoming a lost art after CAD took over. There was not a baseball player or player statistics he did not follow and some in our office would refer to Jim as The Dean. Those who remember Jim admired his gentleness and kindness and their love of cats.

In fond memory,
Brother Bob

David Tucker

June 17, 2020

A gentle soul and a good architect. Helen and I will never forget him.

Rita Craner

June 15, 2020

Celeste and Family, So many fond memories of Jim, one of my office family, an outstanding softball player and, of course, friend. Oh, how he loved his SU Orange! Norm and I send our most sincere condolences to all of you and I will hold him in prayer.

FROM THE FAMILY