James Grant Fegley Jr.

James Grant Fegley Jr.

Born August 31, 1962, Jimmy lived in Rancocas woods before moving to Edgewater park in 1970. He graduated from Burlington county vocational school in 1981.
He was all about the outdoors and interacting with nature. As a teenager, Jimmy liked to trap animals and sell the furs for extra money. He used to hang his trappings on his mother’s clothes line in the winter, till he got them to the taxidermists. He also liked to hunt and ride dirt bikes with his father. Jimmy spent a lot of time at the dirt tracks between East Windsor speedway and Bridgeport speedway watching his friend John Leach race the #99 car, and was very good friends with Nick Leach. If his T.V was on he’d most likely be watching a NASCAR race. One year Jimmy went to get the family Christmas tree, it was so big it covered the entire car. Those are the memories his family will always remember. But one thing is for certain, he loved Beverly. He only ever left town In his younger years to visit his grandparents in Shamokin, PA. He enjoyed the simple pleasures of life and loved antiques. And growing up you couldn’t ask for a sibling who was more fun, even if he did pick on his brother and sisters from time to time.
He is survived by his son, Danny; his siblings: Bonita J Fegley, Beth Ann (Mike) Toohey, and Robert J ( Nancy) Fegley, nieces and nephews, Joshua, Melissa, and Vanessa Chambers, Justin Shough, Taylor and Morgan Fegley; and grandsons: Jace and Cole. He was predeceased by his parents James Sr. and Laura Jean.


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