James Vincent Lombardo Jr.

Born: 02/27/1942 Passed:

James Vincent Lombardo, Jr. of Cuyahoga Falls, passed away July 12, 2020 at the age of 78. Jim was born February 27, 1942 in Akron the son of the late James and Catherine (Brehm) Lombardo Sr. He proudly served in the United States Army for 25 years and was stationed in Italy multiple times where he met the love of his life. This started his passion for Italy, landscaping and gardening. In his later years, Jim enjoyed his backyard birds, squirrels and faithful feline companion, Smokey. His love of country music along with the Rat Pack brought him to singing and smiling. He especially enjoyed spending evenings with friends at his favorite watering hole, Moe’s.

Jim is survived by his children; Lorrie Joseph (Shirvan), James V. Lombardo, III (Cindy), Tiffany Lombardo and Gina Lombardo (Jason Coronel); grandchildren, Ashley, Jorel, Stephanie, Justin and India and his great grandsons, Michael, Jess, Anthony and Lorenzo.

In addition to his parents, Jim is preceded in death by his wife, Maria Teresa Galliani Lombardo.

In keeping with the families wishes cremation has taken place and concerns regarding Covid-19 prohibit public services at this time. Condolences can be shared with his family online at www.heritagecremationsociety.com.
Heritage Cremation Society
330-564-1213

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3 Tributes to James Vincent Lombardo Jr.

  1. Becky says:

    Dear Jim,
    We spent 18 years together- so many memories- many good- a few not so. But I know that you loved me and I loved you. I hope you have finally found peace ❤️

    • Kathy Burke says:

      My deepest condolences to Jim’s family and long time girlfriend Becky. Jim was always so generous with the gifts from his garden. There wasn’t a summer day visit that I left without bags of amazing homegrown vegetables. It was such a kindness to his vegetarian friend. Peace be with you Jim.

      • Katie Pezzotti says:

        Sending love to Jim’s family. He treated me like a daughter, looked out for me, sent me home with tons of vegetables from his garden, and gave me a hard time about everything. Nothing better than actually getting a little grin from him even though he was trying not to. A very special man, and I’m so happy I knew him.

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