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Moore Family Funeral Home - Newtown
Friday November 12th, 2021
5:00pm - 6:30pm

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Celebration of Life


Friday November 12th, 2021
6:30pm

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James Michael Oswald "Jim"

NEWTOWN - James Michael (Jim) Oswald passed away November 5, 2021 at the age of 63. Devoted husband of Terri Oswald (nee Hauser). Loving father of James G. (Brittney) Oswald. Son of Gerald J. and the late Donna Starr (nee First) Wellman. Cherished brother of Diane M. Flack, Jodi A. Couch, Dan L. (Brenda) Wellman and the late Jerri Lynn Wellman (2015). Grandfather of Emma Rose Oswald and ONE on the way. Also survived by numerous nieces, nephews and his 2 dogs, Katie and Winston. Family will receive friends 5 PM Friday, November 12, 2021 for a Celebration of Life followed by a memorial service at 6:30 PM at Moore Family Funeral Home, 6708 Main Street, Newtown, Ohio. James was a 1977 graduate of Anderson High School and a member of the Hamilton County Anglers Club. Please visit www.moorefamilyfuneralhomes.com to leave condolences for the family. Memorials maybe directed to the American Heart Association.


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My heart ached when I heard the news, May you be in the arms of the Lord now , with a much better mission then you had here on earth! And May God comfort all who go through this viod without you !

Sandy ( Duggins ) Abbott Nov 13 2021 12:32 PM

Sympathy Gift courtesy of Leticia C Chavira. Group of 10 Memorial Trees Planted In Loving Memory of James Michael Oswald.

Leticia C Chavira Nov 9 2021 11:43 AM

May God bless Jimmy and all who love him and mourn his passing. I have fond memories of the young Jimmy and his Newtown days.

Virginia Duggins Nov 9 2021 11:07 AM