James Paul Lonergan

After a long hard battle with cancer, James passed away peacefully on February 2, 2024, at 4:03 am.

He was born in Augusta, Georgia, on October 23, 1977, to Raymond and Carolyn Lonergan. James attended University High School in Orlando and was a quarterback on the football team. James loved the outdoors! He enjoyed activities such as shooting guns, fishing, and surfing. He had a love for art, especially tattoos. His choice of music was rock ‘n’ roll, metal, and specifically, DMX. He was also a collector of knives, swords, and comic books. James was a man’s man. He always protected and provided for his family.

James is survived by his father, Raymond Lonergan; sisters, Alexis Lonergan and Jenna (Michael) Williams; daughter, Sierra Nicole Patrick; and brother, Donald Lonergan. He is proceeded in death by his mother, Carolyn, and grandparents, Millie and Paul Morris. Celebration of life is planned for February 24 at Lake Mills Park at 2 PM in Chuluota, Florida. “How we spend our days, is, of course, how we spend our lives.”

Most Popular

Driver killed after crashing into pole off Turnpike

A 35-year-old was killed after losing control of his vehicle on the Florida Turnpike and crashing into a concrete pole.

Street Party coming to downtown Maitland this week

The city of Maitland will host a street party this week as part of its first Friday Downtown Street Party series.

Wild art at the Central Florida Zoo

The Central Florida Zoo is inviting visitors to an up-close encounter with an animal and an accompanying painting session.

1 dead, multiple injured in shooting in Orlando neighborhood

One person was killed and multiple others were injured during a shooting in an Orlando neighborhood last night.

Free screening of Super Mario Bros. at local park

A local park in Winter Springs will host a free showing of The Super Mario Bros movie as part of its Movie in the Park series this weekend.

Monster Jam returning to Orlando this weekend

Monster Jam will return to Orlando this weekend, showcasing 12,000-pound monster trucks and some of the world's best drivers.
clear sky
71.1 ° F
72.1 °
67.9 °
82 %
0 %
79 °
82 °
82 °
83 °
73 °