James M. McNulty

June 5, 2019

James M. McNulty

James M. McNulty – of Woburn, June 5th. Devoted father of Jennifer T. DeAngelis, her husband Justin of E. Boston, Ryan McNulty of Wakefield, and Jack Oldham, his mother Karen Oldham of Woburn. Dear brother of the late Cheryl McNulty. Cherished nephew of Lillian Craven and Karen Witcomb, her husband Arnold all of Woburn. Loving uncle of Derek and Christopher McNulty, and is also survived by many loving cousins and friends. At James request all services are private. Please, in lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made in James honor to the Angell Animal Medical Center, 350 S Huntington Ave, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130. Funeral Arrangements are under the direction of Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn, MA 01801.

James M. McNulty – of Woburn, died peacefully, June 5th, at the Lahey Clinic in Burlington, with his family by his side.

Devoted father of Jennifer T. DeAngelis, her husband Justin of East Boston, Ryan McNulty of Wakefield, and Jack Oldham, his mother Karen Oldham of Woburn. Dear brother of the late Cheryl McNulty. Cherished nephew of Lillian Craven and Karen Whitcomb, her husband Arnold all of Woburn. Loving uncle of Derek and Christopher McNulty, and is also survived by many loving cousins and friends.

Born in Winchester, Jim was a son of the late Thomas McNulty and Jean (Craven) Peterson. He was educated in Winchester and a graduate of Winchester High School.

For many years, Jim worked as a real estate broker, most notably for his own company, Michael’s Realty.

As a young boy, Jim loved playing outside around his neighborhood with his many friends and was often followed by his beloved dog Shep. In high school, Jim played on the Winchester High School lacrosse team. He loved classic rock and was known for playing the bass guitar like Paul McCartney, starring in a Beatles cover band called The Narc 5. During the 1980’s Jim was married to his wife Maureen Tracey and had two of his children Jennifer (1986) and Ryan (1989). Jim’s son Jack was born in 2006 to his longtime partner Karen Oldham.

Jim was known for his infectious sense of humor and his ability to light up a room wherever he went. He loved the art of cooking and would always receive praise from family and friends on the many dishes that he made, perhaps most notably his famous spaghetti casserole. Jim was also a connoisseur of fine restaurants and wines, and he enjoyed many trips to the casinos with family and friends. An avid sports fan, Jim loved seeing all six Patriots Superbowl victories, four Red Sox’s World Series championships and an incredible seventeen Celtics Championships. Amid all of these, his greatest passion were his children. Jennifer, Ryan and Jack were his greatest accomplishments and he was proud of each of them. He was excited for each one of their journeys and where life would take them.  

At Jim’s request, services are private. Please, in lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made in James honor to the Angell Animal Medical Center, 350 S Huntington Ave, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130. Funeral Arrangements are under the direction of Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn, MA 01801.

 

At James request all services are private. Please, in lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made in James honor to the Angell Animal Medical Center, 350 S Huntington Ave, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130. Funeral Arrangements are under the direction of Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn, MA 01801.

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