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In Loving Memory

O’Shea, James Albert

August 9, 1943 - December 11, 2023

O’Shea, James Albert
Born August 9, 1943, departed on December 11, 2023. He shared over 59 wonderful years of marriage with his beloved Dixie Lee (Cadwallader) O’Shea. James was a devoted father to James Patrick O’Shea and grandfather to Timothy Patrick O’Shea. James retired from Watlow Electric. He was a former scout leader and volunteer driver for dog rescue. He was a member of First Baptist Church of Oakville. James was a true friend, loved by many and will be sadly missed.
Services: Memorial Service at First Baptist Church of Oakville Friday December 15 at 12 noon. In lieu of flowers donations to Stray Rescue of St. Louis or First Baptist Church of Oakville appreciated. KUTIS SOUTH COUNTY


4 thoughts on “O’Shea, James Albert”

  1. Dixie,

    Jim and Dixie Lee were always part of our family. I considered Jim a brother as he was always instrumental in my career and life. We are very sorry to learn of Jim” passing but know he is in a much better place. I pray you feel the touching hand of the Lord at this time for that always remains our hope and His promise. God Bless all in your family,

    Mary & Fred Sturgeon

  2. Dixie
    You and Jim have been a part of my life for a very long time. Jim has been the brother I should have had. Although I am saddened with his passing, I know that he is at rest in a better place. It comforts me that I was able to tell everyone at his most recent birthday party how he touched my life and his importance to me. Rest in peace buddy. Love you both.

  3. Dixie,
    Your Jim was one of the most respected and admired people I worked with at Watlow.. He will be missed by all who knew him. He will be in my prayers, and I will relive fond memories of Jim every time I drive along Christopher Drive on my way to the White House Retreat.
    Jim Ebert


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