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James Walter Reagan
March 8, 1948 ~ November 12, 2023 (age 75) 75 Years Old
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James Walter Reagan Age 75. Passed away Sunday, November 12th, with his family by his side. Beloved son of the late Charles E. and Eleanor (nee Martens). Loving brother of Michael (MaryLou), Timothy (deceased), Charles (Sky), Mary (deceased), Rosemary (Doug) Kent, Dewey (Sandra) and Eleanor (Kay). Cherished uncle of Kevin (Katie) Reagan, Jennifer (Willie) Ball, Michelle (Clyde) Cruse, Chuck Reagan, Colleen Reagan, Joshua Reagan, Bridget Kent Marquez (Lucy), Christopher (Zlatka) Kent, Andrew Reagan, Alex Reagan and the late Matthew Reagan. Great uncle of many. Funeral mass will be held Saturday, November 18th, 9:30 a.m. at St. Patrick's Church 4427 Rocky River Drive. PLEASE MEET AT CHURCH coming in through the side doors. The front steps are under construction. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Family will receive friends at the David Martens & Son Funeral Home 4175 Rocky River Drive (between Lorain & Puritas) on Friday from 4-7 p.m.
Contributions to FoodforthePoor.org would be appreciated.
Jim was a long time resident of Dover, NH and Punta Gorda, FL. in recent years, Jim returned to his roots in Cleveland.
Jim was a flight attendant for American Airlines and a professional artist. His artistic style ranged from watercolor, to oils and collage. He gained inspiration from the New England seacoast to venues in Europe. Jim loved his family and was a loyal friend to many. He made special effort to be present to people in the important events in their lives. He did not let distance keep him from supporting and celebrating with the people he loved. His great sense of humor and welcoming smile was brilliant until his last day. He will be forever in our hearts.