James C. Marris, Jr.

James C. Marris, Jr.

It   is   with   great   sadness  that  we  announce the passing of James  C.   Marris,   Jr. Jim   was diagnosed with cancer in 2012 and had struggled through the years with various health related setbacks.  He ultimately succumbed to the coronavirus on May 21, 2020.Jim was the eldest son of James and Anita Marris.  He was predeceased by his father, James. Jim is survived by his mother, Anita and siblings, Bill (Diane) Marris, Tom (Brenda) Marris, andLinda (Mike) Lallo. He was a proud Uncle and loved by his nieces and nephews, Chris (Jess) Lallo,   Melissa   (Pete)  Karn,   Nick   (Lisa)   Lallo,   Tommy   and   Nicole.   He   was   predeceased   by nephew,   William   Marris,  Jr.     Jim   held   a   special  place  in   his   heart   for  his   great   niece   and nephews, Aiden, Zoe, Logan and Matty.  Jim   earned   a   degree   in   political   science   from   Rutgers   University   Camden   graduating   with honors.  He worked in the casino industry in Atlantic City and Harrisburg for years and taught classes for all the casino games.  Jim will forever be remembered for his generosity, not only with monetary gifts but even more so for giving the gift of his kidney which was successfully donated to a close friend.  He will be remembered for his wit and sarcasm, his opinions, and his independence.  Jim’s love of animals was always evident with his unwavering love for his dog, Ebby, as well as his fond affection for his families’ and friends’ animals over the years.   In memory of Jim, our family is donating to Burlington County Animal Shelter and Free to BreatheWalk, Team Will power.  Services held privately.


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