Pray, James H.
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Webster: December 24, 2013. Predeceased by his wife, Marlene Smyth Pray; sisters, Penelope Pray and Lillian Pray; brother-in-law, Attilio DiFelice; son-in-law, Raymond Stollery. Survived by his wife, Lois M. Freudenvoll-Pray; children, Julie (Jim) Clancy, James (Jeannine) Pray, Marilee (Danny Ruffell) Stollery and Melanie (Thomas) Knapp; grandchildren, James (Kelly) Clancy, David Clancy, Sarina (Jason) Bellows, Jennifer Pray, Leah Pray, Shannon Pray, Alicia Knapp and Rachael Knapp; great-grandchildren, Liliana Bellows and Mikayla Clancy; siblings, William (Mary) Pray, Charles (Sharon) Pray, Anne DiFelice, Martin (Elise) Buskey and Steven Buskey; mother-in-law, Ruth Freudenvoll; brother-in-law, Robert (Ruth) Freudenvoll; sister-in-law, Geraldine Smyth Ricci and many other loving nieces, nephews and friends.
Jim was a Master Mason of Webster Lodge 538, a 32° DSA Mason of the Scottish Rite, a Noble of the Damascus Shrine, past Commander of the Legion of Honor, and a Prophet of the Lalla Rookh Grotto. He served in the United States Marines in the Korean War, was past Commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, a member of the American Legion, Webster-Fairport Elks Lodge and Redman Club. Jim was retired from the Ironworkers Local 33.
Friends may call Sunday (TODAY) from 4-7 PM at the funeral chapel (1031 Ridge Rd., Webster), where a Masonic Service will immediately follow. Entombment at the convenience of the family. Memorial donations may be made to the Masonic Blue Lodge #538, 30 Orchard Street, Webster, 14580 or to the Damascus Shrine, 979 Bay Road, Webster, 14580. To share a memory of Jim or send a condolence to the family, visit www.anthonychapels.com.
Published in Rochester Democrat And Chronicle on Dec. 29, 2013