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Born at The CMC Hospital , Monday June 3,1985 to Diane & James Brozzetti @4:36AM weighting in at 9 lbs 12 ozs 18" long, beauitful blonde hair and the biggest dimples in the world. His big sister couldn't wait to get him home, to play with. My life was complete, for I now have the millon dollar family. A beauitful daugther named Dina Marie and son. named James A.


Jimmy received the sacrament of Bapitism on Sunday June 23, 1985 at St Anthony Church in Dunmore, His proud Godparents were: Aunt Marueen Marcinko and his Uncle Vito Grippo. Who will be forever in his heart.


Jimmy received confirmation at St Mary of Mount Carmel Church, Dunmore, Pa. There was no question who Jimmy wanted to have stand for him, his sister Dina.

Jimmy was a proud 2004 graduate of Dunmore High School. He was a four year member of the Dunmore High School football team, receiving the coach's award in 2004. Jimmy loved his years at Dunmore, and was seldom seen without his Dunmore Bucks Football hat, even after graduating.

Started college at Lycoming College in Williamsport, PA in August ,2004.
This was Jimmy dream and we were so proud of him.


Passed away on February 06, 2006 at the age of 20.

It was just my time to go.
I see you are still feeling sad,
And the tears just seem to flow.

We all come to earth for our lifetime,
And for some it’s not many years
I don’t want you to keep crying
You are shedding so many tears.

I haven’t really left you
Even though it may seem so.
I have just gone to my heavenly home,
And I’m closer to you than you know.

Just believe that when you say my name
I’m standing next to you,
I know you long to see me,
But there’s nothing I can do.

But I’ll still send you messages
And hope you understand,
That when your time comes to “cross over,”
I’ll be there to take your hand.

Crash Kills Scranton Man

Jimmy's Obituary
James A. Brozzetti, 20, Scranton, a former resident of Dunmore, died Monday from injuries he suffered in an automobile accident on Route 118, Lycoming County.

Born in Scranton, he was the son of Diane Naughton Brozzetti, Scranton, and James Brozzetti, Dunmore, and was a member of St. Mary of Mount Carmel Church, Dunmore. He was a 2004 graduate of Dunmore High School and was a sophomore at Lycoming College, Williamsport, with a major in computer science.

He was a tutor of computer science; a member of the intramural flag football program and a member of the Segmentation Fault Team, an international programming competition, all at Lycoming College.

He was a part-time employee of Banko Beer Distributors, Scranton, where he developed computer programs for the business.

He was a former member of the Dunmore High School football team and received the Coaches Award in his senior year.

Jimmy was a loving son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin and friend who was an avid New York Yankees and Green Bay Packers fan. His warm smile and dimples lit up a room when he entered and he was everyone’s best friend. He was sweet, loving and had a special bond and relationship with his sister, Dina. He enjoyed golf, working out and his mom’s cooking. He will be sadly missed by his loving family, many friends and all whose lives he touched.

Also surviving are a sister, Dina M. Brozzetti, New York City; his maternal grandmother, Eileen Naughton, Scranton; maternal aunts, Nancy Dolan and husband, James, Scranton; Sharon Calzola and husband, Robert, Madisonville; Maureen Marcinko and husband, John, Moscow; Kathleen Faux and husband, Daryl, Falls; Eileen Anneman and husband, Michael, Scranton; maternal uncles, Frank Naughton, Sarasota, Fla.; Edward Naughton, Mehoopany; John Naughton, Tunkhannock; Thomas Naughton and wife, Melissa, Eastford, Conn., and Brian Naughton, Lake Winola; cousins, great-aunts and great-uncles; his godfather, Vito Grippo, Cocoa Beach, Fla., and his godmother, Maureen Marcinko, Moscow.

He was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather, John Naughton, and his paternal grandparents, Angelo and Lucy Marie Brozzetti.

The funeral will be Friday with Mass at 11 a.m. in St. Mary of Mount Carmel Church, Chestnut Street, Dunmore. Interment, Fairview Memorial Park, Elmhurst.

Friends may call Friday at the church, 9 to 11 a.m. Memorial contributions may be made to the James A. Brozzetti Memorial Scholarship Fund, c/o First National Community Bank, 102 E. Drinker St., Dunmore, 18512

wnep tv Feb 6, 2006 Update
Monday Februari 6 UPDATED: 9:45 p.m.
A man from Scranton died in a fiery crash along Route 118 in Lycoming County Monday afternoon.
State police said the crash happened just before 3:00 p.m. on Route 118 near Route 42 in Jordan Township near Lairdsville. According to a witness the driver of a westbound car crossed the center line then returned to the westbound lanes before drifting onto a side road. The witness said the car then hit a road sign and a tree before rolling onto its roof and bursting into flames. The driver was killed.
Police identified the driver as James Brozzetti 20 of Scranton. He was the only one in the vehicle.
Route 118 was closed for more than three hours after the crash. It reopened just before 6:30 p.m.
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