James Thomson
James Thomson

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Location Services are private Address 2080 Boston Post Road NY

Obituary of James Marsh Thomson

James Marsh Thomson, raised in Hamden, CT and most recently of Mamaroneck, NY, passed away Monday, April 9, 2012 at the age of 52. After a long illness and courageous battle, Jim passed away peacefully surrounded by family and friends. The son of the late Charlotte Ann Chase Thomson, he is survived by his cherished children Diana Grace, David Chase and Catherine Annie Thomson of New Rochelle, NY the lights of his eyes of which Jim could not have been prouder. His brother Robert Chase Thomson and his wife Darlene of Durham, CT and their children, his niece Caroline Ann and nephew Zachary Chase, of whom he kept close eyes on from afar, survive him. He also leaves behind his dear Aunt and Uncle, Mary Ellen and Roy Jacobsen of Charlestown, RI and their children, his cousins, Toby, Jeffery and Kirk, his Aunt Susan Chase of Wilmington, DE., and his loving friend and mother of his children, Jamie Mongiello Mooney. With so many dear friends and family, too great to list, his family will be forever grateful to Daniel and Shelly Baitch, for whom words cannot express the family's appreciation. Jim was a Class of 1979 graduate of Hamden Hall Country Day School in Hamden, CT and a1983 graduate of Trinity College in Hartford, CT. Though he had a successful career working in NYC, he was most proud of, and respected for, his volunteer work in the community at The Nature Conservancy, The New York Botanical Gardens, or helping as a literacy volunteer. He was equally as passionate about The University Club of Larchmont, of which he was President, and working the grounds of the Community Unitarian Church of White Plains to name just a few. Jim's enthusiastic input and many expertise's where always welcome. There will be a private ceremony at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers we know Jim would appreciate contributions to Mt Sinai Medical Center of New York, as they provided incredible care and hope to Jim throughout his illness. This can be done directly at www.mountsinai.org. Please also consider registering at The National Marrow Donor Program at www.marrow.org.
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