James E. McMaster Dec 16, 1932 - Sep 09, 2021
James E. “Sticky” McMaster, age 88, passed away peacefully September 9, 2021 in Cape May Court House, NJ. Sticky grew up in Trainer, PA and graduated in 1950 from Eddystone High School. He lived in Aston, PA for more than 46 years before moving away in 2018. He was a longtime sales representative in the paper industry working for both Scott Paper Company and Bay West, in Green Bay, WI. In his spare time, Sticky was a sports official for football, basketball, and baseball; he officiated in all levels ranging from high school, college, and semi pro leagues.
He was son of the late Arthur and Rose Marie (McKeone) McMaster, loving husband for 60 years to the late Lillie May (Benjamin) McMaster and brother of the late Arthur “Mickey” McMaster.
SURVIVORS: James is survived by his children Carolyn Salerno (Greg), James H. McMaster (Shauna), Diane McMaster, and Linda McMaster (Sean MacNaughton), his seven grandchildren: Timothy, Maegan, Stacy, Heather, Erin, Lauren, and Jason and six great grandchildren.
Visitation: will be Saturday, September 18 from 9:30-10:30am at Nolan-Fidale Funeral Home Ltd., 5980 Chichester Ave., Aston. Funeral Service: Saturday at 10:30am at Nolan-Fidale Funeral Home Ltd. Burial: Lawn Croft Cemetery, Linwood, PA
Nolan-Fidale Funeral Home
Begins: Sep 18, 2021 10:30am - 11:00am5980 Chichester Ave
Aston, PA 19014
Lawn Croft Cemetery
Sep 18, 2021 12:00pm - 12:30pm1000 W. Ridge Road
Linwood, PA 19061
Theresa peyreferry barnes says:Submitted on: Sep 17, 2021
Blessings & prayers to all of you… many Happy memories when we were young.. he is welcomed by all to that great party in heaven
Malloy family says:Submitted on: Sep 15, 2021
Sorry to see that he passed, We lived next to his Mother and Father and Mickey
Donald Skinner says:Submitted on: Sep 15, 2021
Jim's wife,Lil, was a classmate of mine, Jim was a great umpire, one of the good guys.
Lorrie Coates says:Submitted on: Sep 12, 2021
Thinking of the McMaster family during this sorrowful time. Sending prayers for comfort during these difficult times. I just heard this quote that I wanted to share with you all. Grief is not a place to stay but a passage. It's not a sign of weakness but a sign of Love. We grieve so hard because we Loved so hard. Hugs.