James Jim Pettinato

Erie, Pennsylvania

1941 - 2018


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James "Jim" Pettinato, age 77, of Lawrence Park, passed away peacefully, at home, surrounded by loved ones, on Tuesday, June 26, 2018. He was born on March 1, 1941, son of the late Raymond and Helen Ballough Pettinato of Harborcreek. Jim leaves to cherish his memory his wife of 56...

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Our deepest condolences to friends and family. Jim was a lighthearted and fun person to be with. We enjoyed many great times together.

So sorry to hear about Jim. You've had so much sadness and loss it's hard to know what to say. I think of you so often. I remember my mother taking me outside at age four and saying "listen. There are kids playing and screaming. Maybe you will have a little girl to play with." It was probably Albert throwing horse chestnuts at you and Betsy. Take care and know you are being prayed for.
Barbara (Berry) Paulsen

To a family dear to my heart; I am remembering so many happy (and funny) memories spent with you all. You welcomed me in like another sister and I will always cherish times like so many Christmas Eves and all of the laughter we shared. My prayer for you all is that your grief will be short as you miss "Pa Pet" and that the peace and joy will remain with you forever. Much Love, Carol

Dear Judy,
Remembering all the great memories of your times in Florida... So sorry for your loss.. Our love and prayers,
Cliff & Karyn Shaffer

My deepest sympathy to all of you in Jim's loss. He was such a kind and loving man, who always had a smile and kind words. He leaves behind loving memories and a loving legacy. My love and prayers for peace and comfort to his family.

Tish & family:

Saddened by passing of Jimmy. He was a great guy. Always made me feel at home at Helen & Ray's. So kind to me everytime I saw him & Judy. My prayers with you & Joe & family. Jackie (neff) Sebastian

To Judy and the rest of the Pettinato family...the Erie PA Strong Vincent class of 1958 share the sorrow and grief of our classmate Judy Wehrle Pettinato in the loss of her husband and our friend Jim.
Rest in Peace * Vaya con Dios * Fly with the Angels