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Harding Funeral Home
Tuesday November 30th, 2021
9:00am - 11:00am

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Harding Funeral Home
Tuesday November 30th, 2021

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James LoGiudice

James A. LoGiudice, 74, of Slatington, formerly of Brooklyn New York passed away Saturday, November 20, 2021, at St. Luke’s Hospital, Allentown, surrounded by his family. He was the husband of Constance A. (Borruso) LoGiudice, with whom he would have celebrated 50 years of marriage. He was the son of the late Maria Stephanie and Anthony LoGiudice of Brooklyn New York.  James proudly served his country in the US Army at Vietnam from 1966-68.. He worked as a Lithograher/pressman in New York and retired from TOVA printing in 2004.  Jimmy was an active member of the Full Gospel Ministry, bowled in several bowling leagues, enjoyed landscaping in the yard, loved to play his guitar and sing to the Lord, and was well known and loved in the community. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
In addition to his wife, Constance, he is survived by daughters: Janis and husband Stephen Csanadi of Walnutport, Kristen and husband Michael Kahler of MD, Andrea and husband Mike Maldonado of Walnutport; Grandchildren: Steven, Tori, Kaitlyn, Connor, Justin, Samantha, Michael; brother: Joseph LoGiudice of NJ; sister: Joanne Nisi of NJ.
A funeral service will be held at 11AM on Tuesday, November 30, 2021, at Harding Funeral Home, 25-27 N. Second Street, Slatington.   Family and friends may pay their respects from 9 to 11AM.  Interment with military honors to follow at Indiantown Gap National Cemetery, Annville, PA.

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Janice and family, please accept our condolences for the loss of your long time companion and loving father Jimmy. I was lucky to have him as a cousin and then neighborhood friend in Brooklyn; we had many fun and interesting events together: holidays, street football, double dates and even played together in a 60s garage band. I spoke to Jimmy on Veterans Day last week, and reminisced about the care packages the guys sent to him during his tour in Viet Nam: Joe taps, Louie arms, Frankie, me and family members. He truly appreciated the letters, audio tapes and car magazines he received at that time. Later, we were together in each others bridal party and occasionally in Pennsylvania while our children were young. The years will go on but these memories persist he will be missed by me and Anna, and the few of the guys who remain. God bless you Jimmy as you rest in peace, and God bless your family.

Joe and Anna Calabria Nov 24 2021 12:00 AM

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