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James Sweet Jr.

James M. Sweet Jr.

Wednesday, May 7th, 1947 - Sunday, May 3rd, 2020
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Obituary

James M. Sweet Jr., 72, of Esperance passed away on Sunday May 3, 2020 at Bassett Health Center in Cobleskill. Born in Schenectady, he was the son of the late James and Dorothy (Marra) Sweet.

He served his country in the US Navy from 1967-1970. James was employed as a Boiler Tech for the General Electric Company in Schenectady.

James was a member of the Guan Ho Ha Fish and Game Club. He was also active in the American Legion.

He is predeceased by his wife Sharon Hibbard Sweet whom passed away in 2009.

James is survived by his children Joseph Sweet of Esperance, Brian Sweet of Altamont and Stacy Moore Sweet of Esperance, two brothers Wayne Sweet of Burtonsville and Bruce Sweet of Ft. Plain as well as one sister Debbie Gazzillo of Rotterdam. He is also survived by his grandchildren Cara Brady, Savannah Sweet, Emily Sweet, Autum Moore, Brian Sweet, McKenize Sweet, Carson Sweet, Beathany Moore and Joseph M. Sweet Jr. as well as several nieces and nephews.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic services for James are private.

Interment will be in Esperance Cemetery.

Contributions can be made in James memory to the Disabled American Veterans 1201 Stratford Road Schenectady, NY 12308.

Arrangements are by the Bond Funeral Home 1614 Guilderland Avenue Schenectady.
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    Location
    Esperance Cemetery
    Address
    2799 Burtonville Road
    ESPERANCE, NY
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Services are private due to Covid-19 pandemic.

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Gary Macejka

Posted at 06:30pm
I send my condolences to Jim’s family! I worked with him as I am a pipe fitter and have nothing but fond memories and we had some good laughs too. I’m sure everyone who I work with will share the same sentiments. I’m glad to have worked alongside a man of his caliber!
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Sally Dean

Posted at 10:51pm
I was very sad to read about Jim's passing in today's paper. I have often thought about him over the years and wondered how he was doing. I can see that he was very successful in having a large and living family. He was very fortunate for that alone. My name is Sally Dean nee Shave. I am not sure but I think Jim graduated with me from Mohonasen in 1967. I always remembered him as we were in many classes together and he was always above guy and polite to girls, a rarity in those days. We talked usually about cars and Amsterdam, he loved that place. If this is the one and same Jim Sweet I would ask that one of his siblings contact me, if that's possible. Just a text would be great as I am somewhat deaf as a result of my own service with the US Army. My number is 518-817-1840.
JS

John Sebben

Posted at 09:45pm
Dear Ron, Betty, Joe, Brian, Stacey and families,

We are so sorry to hear of Jim's passing. Please know we are thinking of all of you during this difficult time. Jim was such a great guy. He always had a smile and some good stories to share. May loving memories of him bring you peace, comfort and strength. Love, John, Felicia and family
PW

Patrick and Brenda Walsh

Posted at 03:38pm
Since the 1st time meetiing him at a family party ...to now...Jim always treated me like family! I was always inspired by how much he embraced and cherished his family. I'm going to miss our talks and that bullhorn laugh. Rest easy my friend.
Patrick & Brenda
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Laurie Schraver

Posted at 12:28pm
Dear Ron, Betty, Joe, Brian and Stacey -

I was so saddened to hear the news of Jim's passing. I will always remember Jim for his kindness, smile and laid-back style of life, which was so refreshing. I regret not be able to pay my respects in person due to COVID-19. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this difficult time. He is now together again with his beloved Sharon, Mary and Herb, and the rest of his family members. He will not be forgotten. Love, Laurie Schraver
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