James Roland Blair
James R. Blair, 72, of Malden died August 20, 2015 at Life Care Center in Stoneham. He is survived by his children, Lisa Cutone of Everett and son James; grandchildren Jacqueline, Erica, and Paul; brother Joseph Blair of Malden and sister Roberta Cheney of FL. He was also the brother of the late April Bakeman and Adam Blair. James loved building and riding motorcycles and was a member of the Sober Cobra Motorcycle Group and Club 24. A funeral service will be held Monday at 8pm at Boston Cremation, 287 Main St., Malden. Friends may visit one hour prior to the service. To leave a message of condolence, please click below.
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Love you Uncle Jim,
I know God has something special for you in heaven because you helped so many people here on earth. I’ll never forget all the good times you, me & my dad had at Star Speedway every summer. I will miss your humor and your good heart but I will see you again one day. Luv you, your niece Bren
Jimbo , I’m so glad I got to spend some time with you yesterday, I we’ll remember you for the kind gentle man that you were. You will be missed my friend. You are going to be one fine angel. Love you, Michele
jimbo was my friend .he saved my life jua friend a comrad ,the weekends he spent at my home in brockton.made the bond of friendship change to a family love my son josh and fiance alana adored him ,,we watched movies and went to flea markets ,,endless talks ,i will miss him dearly,,i cant believe i will never see him again,,i love you bro from my h eart ,,jimbo you will always be in our hearts…
He was the best of us…
Jimbo, I loved you man. In my early days of sobriety you and a handful of others kept me strong! I remember your Honda Davidson on the beach like it was yesterday. God speed my friend. And Joe if you read this my sincerest condolences.
You are walking with the other angels now, my longest and dearest friend in the fellowship. You never said a harsh word about anyone and didn’t judge anyone. I miss you and knowing you are at peace and out of pain gives me consolation. You were dearly loved by many, many people.
I was saddened to hear of the passing of Jimbo, he was a long time friend. I would see him often at the Beach or cruising the streets of Malden on the Honda Davidson. You will be missed Buddie.
Jimbo you will be missed dearly. Such good memories of the kindness and compassion you showed me in the early days. You made a big impact on my life. God bless you and your family. Beth
Jimbo you never wavered in friendship or sobriety, you truly are a blessing in the many lives and people you have touched . Rest in peace my brother.
God Bless Steve K
Jimbo helped many a people and I know God will reward him in Heaven. Rest in Peace. Forever grateful you touched my life.
Jimbo aka Eggroll, we will miss you my dear friend the world will now have another great angel to look upon us and guide us. Thank you for being such a great friend and an all around great guy, god got a good one and its never good bye it’s catch you on the other side. We love you ! Xoxo
Jimbo, you were my dads great friend. I remember all the great times we had when I was just a kid. You were the nicest and funniest guys I knew growing up. RIP my friend!!
Will miss the good times we had with you at the Salem Willows, salt water taffy, candied popcorn, and fried clams and fries.
WOW NEVER FELT SUCH A SADNESS IN MY HEART JIMBO..I REALLY MISS YOU..
I just came across this today. Jimmy was my godfather and I hadn’t been in touch with him in years and years. Never knew where he was. Last year I finally found him and had a couple of conversations with him on the phone. I can honestly say he was happy to talk to me after so long. I will be forever grateful that I found him when I did. I tried to call him Christmas and the phone was disconnected. I didn’t know why until today. I am sorry that I missed this service. To the family I am so very sorry for your loss.
Rest in peace Jimmy. Til I see you again.