Let the memory of William James be with us forever
  • 59 years old
  • Born on January 22, 1955 in San Francisco, California, United States.
  • Passed away on May 7, 2014 in Chicago, Illinois, United States.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, William James Gipson, 57, born on January 22, 1957 and passed away on May 7, 2014. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Betty Macaluso on 7th May 2017
Dear Jimmy, It's been 3 years since you went to be with our Lord. We miss you very much and know that you are in a better place now. This past year your cousin Johnny Glorioso went up to join you and I know that you are having a grand time talking about the time you spent in Florida. Young Jimmy and Rachel were married, went to Europe for honeymoon and just recently purchased their own home. .Lucia has moved to St Augustine Florida into the house where you wanted to live.. Much has happened in 3 years. You know that we will always miss you.
Posted by Betty Macaluso on 7th May 2016
My Dear Jimmy, It is two years since God took you two heaven. Good things are happening in the family. Your son Jimmy is getting married this year to Rachel. I know that you and your Uncle Chuck and Uncle Joe are celebrating together. Lucia is caring for Neva and Leo and they are keeping her busy and growing so fast. Life goes on. You were a big part of our life. Know that you will always be "Forever Missed." XXXOOOXXX
Posted by Betty Macaluso on 22nd January 2016
Happy Birthday to my dear cousin Jimmy. You are celebrating your 61st birthday in heaven with all your loved ones who went before you. We will always miss you and always remember you lovingly. XXXOOOXXX.
Posted by Betty Macaluso on 7th May 2015
My dearesy Jimmy, It's hard to blieve that it has been one year since you left us to be with our Lord in heaven. I know you are celebrating with your loved one who went before you. You are with Your Mom, Uncle Chuck, Aunt Dorothy, Uncle Joe, your cousin Bubba your kitties and you dog. Your passing left a big void in our hearts. Your son Jimmy III is such a wonderful young man, so much like you, kind loving respectful. Your wife Lucia and her family all miss you including the twins Neva and Leo, who kiss your picture every day. Rest in peace dear Jimmy, you will always be "Forever Missed."
Posted by Betty Macaluso on 22nd January 2015
Happy Birthday Jimmy. This is the first birthday that you are not with us. You will always be in our hearts. I miss your smile, your laughter, your warmth andyour love. Rest in peace dear cousin. God has taken you home to be with your loved ones.
Posted by Betty Macaluso on 12th June 2014
Hi, Aunt Mary Glorioso here. Jimmy, as we called him was my sister Violet's son. He was born in San Francisco, California. I visited them after he was born. When they decided to move to Chicago, I was so excited. What I remember of Jimmy was was a special time in my life. My sister Vi and I were always close growing up in Gary, Indiana. Jimmy was also special to our Aunt Dorothy, Uncle Joe,cousins Betty and Joe and spent a lot of time with them. For a while Vi and Jimmy lived in the little back house by Aunt Dorothy. What I will always remember about him is what a sweet and thoughtful guy he was to his mom and his family. He has a wonderful and loving son in Jimmy Jr. I will always be greatful his wife Lucia for loving him and taking such good care of him. He will always be missed. God bless you Jimmy, you were very special to me. Love, Aunt Mary PS: Betty is writing my tribute to Jimmy because at 84 years old, I'm not very good with computers
Posted by Joe Macaluso on 9th May 2014
Jimmy, I'll never forget the hours spent talking with you about life's situations. When you were a little guy, you wanted me to build you a go-cart. I never got to do that for you and for that , I'm sad. When I get up there, I'll build one for you...and one for me. I'm gonna miss you Cuz. Love,Joe
Posted by Betty Macaluso on 7th May 2014
My Dearest Jimmy, You will always be in my heart. You were a little brother to Joe and me. We shared so many wonderful times together. Holidays were so special You and your Mom and piles of presents. Your loving Aunt Dorothy picking you up from Nursery School and you were both off on a day of adventure. Your excursions with Uncle Joe. Going to your football games. Remembering how excited you were when your son Jimmy was born and being such an important person in his life, how proud you were of all his accoplishments. When you and Lucia married you became a part of her large and loving family and Uncle Jimmy to kids who loved you so much. We love you Jimmy. You will be "Forever Missed."

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