James Dougherty Obituary, Longtime Maple Shade, New Jersey Resident Has Died

James Dougherty Obituary, Death – James F. Dougherty, Jr., who had been a resident of Coatesville, Pennsylvania, passed away on the 22nd of January, 2023. He had a total of 56 years of experience. Although Jim spent the majority of his life in Maple Shade, he was born in Camden on July 1, 1966. However, he has spent the majority of his life in Maple Shade. He was a proud member of the United States Navy from 1984 through 1990, during which time he served his country with distinction. Before Jim moved back to the east coast, he lived in California for some time and worked for Los Angeles County at a facility that turned waste into steam. During this period, Jim was away from the east coast.

He filled his free time with activities such as watching game shows and reading books. In addition to being an enthusiastic follower of the game of golf, Jim was also a highly capable handyman. He was a very devoted fan of the Eagles and their football team. Jim Dougherty was the loving father of Samantha, devoted son of Thelma Dougherty (nee Rice), James F., Sr., and Cindy Dougherty, devoted brother of Joseph “Doc” (Ann) Dougherty, John (Julie) Dougherty, and Tracy (Michael) McWilliams, and cherished uncle to Brett, McKenzie, Abigail, and Michael. Jim is also survived by

On the evening of Friday, January 27th, there will be a gathering and visitation for Jim at the MARK C. TILGHMAN FUNERAL HOME in Maple Shade, which can be found at 38 N. Forklanding Road. The hours of the gathering and visitation are from 6 pm to 8 pm. Family members and close friends are cordially invited to attend. After the viewing has concluded, there will be a memorial ceremony held at 8:00 pm. A private funeral service will be held in the New Jersey Veterans Cemetery on the day of the interment. The Chester County Hospital-Penn Medicine (Chester County Hospital Foundation), which may be found at 701 Marshall Street, West Chester, Pennsylvania 19380, is accepting monetary donations in lieu of flowers.

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