In loving memory of

James B. Cinelli
August 9, 1951 - November 9, 2023

James B. Cinelli on November 9, 2023. Age 72. Of North Myrtle Beach, SC. and Ocean City, NJ. Beloved husband of Nancy (nee Jaggard) of 51 years. Loving father of Kara Cinelli and Amanda "Mandi" Keith (Chris). PaPa of Carly, Ava, Tyson, and Sullivan. Brother of the late Ronald Cinelli. Brother-in-law of Lynn Yasser (Ray), Debi Scheer (Dave), and Glenn Jaggard (Jill). Uncle of Abe Yasser, Lizzie Barnett, Erik Scheer, Corinne Jaggard and the late Matthew Scheer. Jim retired as Public Affairs Manager from Atlantic City Electric in 2014. Jim loved to travel, enjoyed wine, golf and rooting for the Eagles and Phillies, never missing a game. Most importantly was a family man, and loved to support the grandkids at all of their events. He was a very meticulous person who took pride in planning meals for his friends and family, especially on "Happy Street." Jim was known for always being distinguishingly dressed and never having a hair out of place.
There will be a visitation on Friday morning November 17, 2023 from 9 to 11 am at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE. Memorial service 11 am at the funeral home. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Jim's memory to Amyloidosis Support Groups


Linda Cinaglia Pedano wrote on Nov 17, 2023:

"So very shocked and sorry to hear of Jimmy's passing. We were distant cousins on the Cinelli side. I will treasure my memories of Jimmy from high school. We had so much fun back then. Rest in peace Jimmy. Heartfelt condolences to his family. "

Debbie & Frank Lucca wrote on Nov 13, 2023:

"Jim we will miss you. Loved working with Jim. He will always be remembered for his great smile and friendly personality. Jim & Nancy were fun to be around. God bless you Nancy & your family. Love Debbie & Frank Lucca"

Janis Matthai wrote on Nov 11, 2023:

"Nancy, this must be so profoundly sad for you. Thinking of you Jan Town Matthai"

Charlie Thompson wrote on Nov 11, 2023:

"Jim was an incredible family man and friend who was always smiling and bringing cheer and positivity to any room he was in. Karen and I will miss him greatly. We are privileged to have had Jim in our lives. RIP my friend. Charlie and Karen Thompson"