James J. Gibbons

James J. Gibbons, 74 passed away peacefully on August 12, 2022. Born in Framingham, Massachusetts to June and William Gibbons.

James graduated from Framingham South High School in 1965 and then graduated from University of Massachusetts, Boston. James started his career as a computer technician at Computer Control in Framingham which then became “Honeywell Bull”.

In 1996 James moved to Orlando Florida with his mother and Aunt. They settled in a lovely community not far from their favorite place, Disneyworld. They enjoyed many adventures in Florida which made them all happy.

James is survived by his brother, Thomas and his wife Diane of Bellingham Massachusetts, his two nieces, Shannon Mulloy (John) of Weymouth, Massachusetts, and Kelli Gibbons of Austin, Texas as well as a great niece and nephew, Raegan and Jameson Mulloy.

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