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James Patrick Carrozo

September 1st, 1951 - January 23rd, 2017

James (Jim) Carrozo - Born September 1st, 1951, passed away Monday January 23rd, 2017, peacefully surrounded by family. He is proceeded in death by his wife of 30 years, Marlene Carrozo (Guida). His light, energy, and love are now living on through his son Matt, son-in-law Dan, stepsons Mike and John, grandson Michael and fianc� Nancy, great-grandchildren Michael Jr. and Leila, daughter-in-law Diana, and siblings: Joe, Micky, Marty, Matty, Eileen, Maureen and Maria. He was first and foremost a loving, giving and selfless human, a honorably discharged Vietnam Army Vet, a man of many trades, a friend and confidant to anyone in need. As per his wishes, there will be no formal burial or services, but rather a celebration of his life. Friends and family are welcome to join at the Stardust Lounge in Arvada, CO Saturday February 4th at 4:00pm to have one more drink in the honor of the man who's wife lovingly nicknamed him Liquid Jim. � � � �Service Information A service summary is not available

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<strong>Ernie & Leta</strong> - February 10 at 10:23 PM

Jim & Mamalena we're our neighbor's for many years, played card's lot's of night's, shit & grin was our favorite :) Will always be grateful for our "family"! Miss you both!! E & Me

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Maureen Carrozo-Martin - January 31 at 12:17 PM

What can I say about my brother. He was a wonderful man. He was fun growing up with. He was funny, sarcastic, loving, compassionate and a down to earth kind of guy. He told you like it was. He was real. I am so grateful I spent time with him before he passed. I will miss him terribly. I will love him always.

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<strong>Maureen Carrozo-Martin</strong> - January 31 at 12:17 PM

What can I say about my brother. He was a wonderful man. He was fun growing up with. He was funny, sarcastic, loving, compassionate and a down to earth kind of guy. He told you like it was. He was real. I am so grateful I spent time with him before he passed. I will miss him terribly. I will love him always.

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Kathy - February 07 at 04:04 PM

My brother in law Jim is a good man and he is very brave. We enjoyed each other's company and had a lot of good times sharing and laughing with one another. I miss him very much and look forward to the day that I see him again. Love Kathy

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<strong>Kathy</strong> - February 07 at 04:04 PM

My brother in law Jim is a good man and he is very brave. We enjoyed each other's company and had a lot of good times sharing and laughing with one another. I miss him very much and look forward to the day that I see him again. Love Kathy

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Diane Mannix - February 07 at 01:12 PM

Thinking how very grateful I am that Jim came to NY in recent years, giving us all the opportunity to share our love while visiting/laughing/breaking shoes....to know without doubt the intervening years had changed nothing, that a quick wit and thick skin remained core requirements in the Carrozo/Mannix families. To be with Jim when he laughed and smiled is a gift that remains in my heart. I pray that Matt and all, can, in time, feel the peace and joy Jim now lives, reunited with his beloved Marlene, parents, John, all of the family. We give our loved ones back to God, and just as He first gave them to us, and did not lose them in the giving, so we have not lost them in returning them to Him...for life is eternal, love is immortal, death is but a horizon, and a horizon is nothing but the limit of our earthly sight. With eternal love and gratitude for having had you in my life, Dear Jim. Diane

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Ernie & Leta - February 10 at 10:23 PM

Jim & Mamalena we're our neighbor's for many years, played card's lot's of night's, shit & grin was our favorite :) Will always be grateful for our "family"! Miss you both!! E & Me

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<strong>Diane Mannix</strong> - February 07 at 01:12 PM

Thinking how very grateful I am that Jim came to NY in recent years, giving us all the opportunity to share our love while visiting/laughing/breaking shoes....to know without doubt the intervening years had changed nothing, that a quick wit and thick skin remained core requirements in the Carrozo/Mannix families. To be with Jim when he laughed and smiled is a gift that remains in my heart. I pray that Matt and all, can, in time, feel the peace and joy Jim now lives, reunited with his beloved Marlene, parents, John, all of the family. We give our loved ones back to God, and just as He first gave them to us, and did not lose them in the giving, so we have not lost them in returning them to Him...for life is eternal, love is immortal, death is but a horizon, and a horizon is nothing but the limit of our earthly sight. With eternal love and gratitude for having had you in my life, Dear Jim. Diane

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