James Henry Clancy Jr. of Pelham, NH formerly of Wilmington, MA

James Henry Clancy Jr., 79, of Pelham, NH, formerly of Wilmington, MA died, Sunday March 10, 2019 at Lowell General Hospital.
He was married to Susanna M. Clancy with whom he celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary on November 24th, this past year.
Born in Medford, he was the son of the late James H. Clancy Sr. and Jeanette (Carline) Clancy. He graduated from Woburn High School with the class of 1957.
He proudly served with the U.S. Army.
He retired from Kohl Madden Inc. of Malden in 2006.
He was a communicant of St. John the Evangelist Church.
James loved spending time with his family.
Besides his wife he is survived by his sons, Kevin Clancy and his wife Nancy of N. Chelmsford, James H. Clancy III and his wife, Nancy of Wilmington; a daughter, Kelly and her husband Michael Cogan of Townsend, MA; a brother, Thomas Clancy and his wife Alice of Merrimack, NH; nine grandchildren, Elysha Shaw and her husband Justin, James Clancy IV, Daniel Clancy, Maggie Clancy, Abby Cogan, Aidan Cogan, Kathryn Cogan, Eric Frost, and Adam Frost, and many nieces and nephews.
He was the brother of the late Anne Mahoney.

Visiting hours Thurs. 3 to 7 P.M. Funeral Friday at 10am from the DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 106 MIDDLESEX ST. CHELMSFORD, with a funeral Mass at 11am at St. John the Evangelist in Chelmsford. Burial in Calvary Cemetery, Winchester. Memorials may be made in his name to the Cancer Center of St. Joseph’s Hospital 172 Kinsley St. Nashua, NH 03061. ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041.


4 Condolences for James Henry Clancy Jr. of Pelham, NH formerly of Wilmington, MA

    David Johnstone

    Uncle Jim, I have so many awesome amazing memories of you that will never ever go away. I know you’re at peace now and looking down at each and everyone of us. May God open his arms and take the ANGEL you are. I will miss you forever. Please R.I.P now.

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    Tommy Clancy

    Uncle Jim,
    The world lost a great man on Sunday. We all have so many fond memories of time spent in Wilmington. Summers at Peter’s Pond on the Cape with the whole family, or Papoose Pond in Maine would not have been the same without you. I especially loved when you took us to the drive in movies. I will always remember you as the uncle you could always count on to be there when you needed him. You would have given the shirt off your back to any of us without hesitation. As usual, age and distance may have limited the time we would all spend together, but we will never forget the special man you were. We all love you very much. Condolences to the rest of your family, and I hope they can take comfort knowing that you are at Peace now.

    R.I.P.

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    Elysha

    Grampy Jim,
    Some of my earliest and fondest memories are when you would watch us while my parents went on vacation, I lost count of how many meals you and Grammy treated us to. Countless trips in the back of one of your new station wagons to get ice cream in Moultonborugh and fun trips to the nearby beach. You always made the whole family feel welcome to your home during the holiday’s. You will be very missed, thank you for all the good memories. Love always, Elysha

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    Stacie Murphy

    Mr. Clancy, I was so saddened to hear about your passing. You were always so welcoming to me and made me feel like family <3 I will always remember our trip to Maine one summer, thank you for the memories. Please watch over your family, they are going to miss you so much.

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