In Memory

James "Jimmy" King

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP -- James M. King, 32, passed away suddenly at his home in Hamilton Township Saturday.

Born in Levittown, PA, James was a Hamilton resident for most of his life.

Jim was employed by the State of New Jersey, Department of Agriculture as an agricultural product agent and field inspector. He was also attending Rutgers University. James enjoyed a great sense of humor and loved life to it's fullest. He loved football and played his high school years at Steinert. He was a die hard New York Giants fan and loved to attend Giant home games. He also was a great fan of Duke basketball. Jim's hobbies included fishing, gardening and cooking with his loving nieces. He was an avid reader and student of history and politics. He attended many concerts, especially those performed by the Grateful Dead.

Predeceased by his grandparents, James M. King and John and Patricia Delaney, an uncle, John M. Delaney, and an aunt, Patricia Valentino, Jim will be cherished and remembered by his loving parents, James and Eileen Laney King of Hamilton Township. He leaves behind two devoted brothers, Patrick and sister-in-law Karole King of Trenton, and Michael King at home; also three nieces who loved him with all their hearts, Delaney, Kaitlyn, and Bryanna, for whom he was her godfather; his loving grandmother, Mary E. King of Trenton; also loving aunts and uncles Janice Delaney, Gerald Kenna, Lucinda Delaney, Teresa Gray, Mary Jane and Jack McHugh, Robert Valentino, John King, Meg King, Gerri and Bernice Wszolek, Dick Brown, Loretta Flynn, and Thelma Delaney; and many, many cousins and friends including close friends Matt and Colette Rebbeck.