Mr. James (Jim) Rosetti

Mr. James (Jim) Robert Rosetti

Sunday, December 28th, 1958 - Saturday, December 26th, 2020
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Obituary

JAMES ROBERT ROSETTI

Mr. James (Jim) Robert Rosetti passed away peacefully, with his wife and son by his side, in St. Joseph's Hospice on Saturday, December 26, 2020, following a brave fought battle with cancer.

Jim was born in Fort William on December 28, 1958. He worked for Resolute Forest Products until his retirement. Jim was an avid outdoors man, a Nascar fan and a backyard mechanic. His passion was working on anything mechanical, and he was always there to help anyone in need.

Jim is survived by his wife Margaret (nee County); son Alexander; sister Janice Stalker (Robert); sister-in-law Cheryl Sacino (Joe) and brother-in-law David County (Benita) as well as numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives.

He was predeceased by two infant daughters; his parents Jim and Connie Rosetti; in-laws Arnold and Darlene County; brother John and sister Carol.

A special thank you to Dr. A. Migay, Dr. K. Simpson, Dr. Ramchander, Dr. Aseyeve and Dr. Hartford as well as all of the nurses at Thunder Bay Regional Cancer Centre and at St. Joseph's Hospice, especially Sherri, for all of your care and compassion shown to Jim and our entire family.

Cremation has taken place and a private family service will be held at a later date. Should friends so desire, donations made in memory of Jim to a charity of your choice would be greatly appreciated.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the WESTFORT CHAPEL, 420 West Gore Street at James.
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John Furtado

Posted at 04:59pm
So sorry to hear of Jims passing ..condolences to the family ...RIP old friend


John Furtado
SP

Sam Pollari

Posted at 07:41am
My deepest condolences to the Rosetti Family. I grew up with Jim in Westfort and have lots of good memories. RIP Jim

Sam Pollari
DW

Darlene Wheatley

Posted at 12:41pm
Margaret, I am so sorry to hear of your loss.
Darlene Wheatley
BC

Brad Curtola

Posted at 10:12pm
You are in my thoughts.
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Brad Curtola

Posted at 10:10pm
I will never forget visiting Auntie Connie and Uncle Jim and watching James (we just called him Jimmy) working on his car. I thought he was so cool. I wanted a car just like. In a family as large as ours was (Mauro) you tend to drift apart. I will miss Jimmy and remember him fondly.
Brad Curtola
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