James K. Iorio – April 26, 2018

James K. Iorio, 66, passed away suddenly early Thursday morning at the Bayonne Medical Center surrounded by his loving family. Jimmy was born and raised in Jersey City and lived in Bayonne for the past 30 years with his wife and daughters. Jimmy retired from the banking industry after over a 45 year career.  He was a devoted member of the Marist High School Board, a NY Giants fan and enjoyed coaching BYSA Soccer. Jimmy will be sorely missed by many and especially his beloved wife of 42 years Cheryl (Murphy) Iorio, his two loving daughters Jessica Iorio, her husband Brian McDonald, and Kristyn Iorio. Jimmy was predeceased by his parents Salvatore and Mary Iorio. He will also be missed dearly by his sister Mary Elyse Carter and brother Thomas Iorio, as well as, his many brother and sister in-laws, Eileen and Dan Dryzga, Rich and Patricia Mangine, Regina Murphy and Chris Bernard and Raymond and Lisa Murphy – with many more nieces and nephews.

Visitation for Jimmy will be on Saturday and Sunday  from 4:00 to 7:00 PM both days at the Lawton- Turso Funeral Home corner of 7th and Washington Streets in Hoboken. A Funeral Mass for Jimmy will be offered on Monday at 10:45 AM at St. Henry’s Church on the corner of 28th Street and Avenue C in Bayonne with his interment following at the Holy Name Cemetery in Jersey City, NJ. A scholarship fund has been established in his name at Marist High School in Bayonne, NJ. www.marist.org/jimiorio

Lawton-Turso Funeral Home

5 thoughts on “James K. Iorio – April 26, 2018

  1. My Condolences. He worked with us at PNC , he was such a Great guy. He will surely be missed.

  2. My deepest sympathy to his family and friends.Jimmie was my closest and best friend. He is already missed!

  3. Affectionately known as Popcorn Jimmy at Metlife, Jim would always cheer you up with a joke and his smile. He will be sorely missed.

  4. Our deepest sympathies to all the family. I wish we could be up there to share our love with all of you.

  5. I met Jimmy and Dave Iorio several years ago at the Pnc Bank Arts Center. I welcomed them both to our venue, toured them around. The next time they saw me Jimmy and Dave kissed me hello, like they knew me for yeas. Jimmy you will surely be missed at Pnc, and also when I ran into you at MetLife Stadium. You were warm, friendly, and had a great report with our guest. Rest in peace ❤️

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