James Bruce McCaslin

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Nov 12, 1944 – Jul 2, 2019 (Age 74)


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Koller Funeral Home, Inc. Obituary

James was born on November 12, 1944 and passed away on Tuesday, July 2, 2019. James was a resident of Pennsylvania at the time of passing. He attended Mount Lebanon High School, then the University of Maryland on a diving scholarship. Upon graduation from the University of Maryland, he was commissioned as an officer in the United States Air Force. A memorial service open to all will be held at Chelten Church of Hope in Dresher, PA on July 13 at 10:30 am. Greetings and refreshments will follow the service. KOLLER FUNERAL HOME Memorial Service at the Chelten Church of Hope at 10:00 AM on July 13, 2019. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Samaritans Purse.

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I had only known Jim for a short time but I always remember his positive friendly personality. Jim will be missed by all that had the pleasure to meet him.

Diamond Jim was, indeed, Diamond Jim. A graceful opponent or partner on the Squash Court and a gracious friend off it. He had a welcoming smile and a light, joyful touch. Peace be with you.

Jim was always so gracious! We worked together at CMS and he always greeted you with a warm smile! He will be greatly missed! His family is in my prayers!

My sincere condolences to the McCaslin family. I had the honor and privilege to work with Jim for quite a few years in his position as Director of the Chestnut Hill Rehab Hospital. Even recently, he stopped by my office to say hello and catch up. What a nice man. May the work hes done speak for him. Rest In Peace, my friend.

Prayers of comfort and peace for Jims family and friends. As a former colleague at CMS, he was always so gracious to everyone. We thank him for his service to our country.

I am very sorry to hear of Jim's passing and will keep his loved ones in my prayers. He will be deeply missed.

Jim worked for me at CMS. He had significant career experience, was a thorough professional and a wonderful person. He will be sorely missed.

What a loss of a good man. I worked with Jim for a number of years at CMS and we became friends as well as coworkers. His company was always enjoyable and uplifting. Even though I worked in Dallas, he made sure to keep in touch. Blessings to the family at this time of heartache and loss.

It was my privilege to serve with Jim at CMS. For many years, Jim filled the role of senior statesman among his fellow regional leaders. His kind and respectful manner made all interactions with him truly a pleasure, a gentleman in every regard. Thanks, Jim, for your service to our Nation and condolences to the McCaslin family.