May 22, 1947 - May 29, 2020

James P. Carroll, 73, of Baldwin, New York after a long battle passed away on May 29, 2020. Beloved husband of Ellen. Loving father of Marisa Carroll and Fabienne Delgardo (Dominic). Dear brother of Alice Carroll, William Carroll (Kim), Jean Carroll, Neil Carroll (Myrund) and Eileen Carroll. Cherished grandfather of Finnbarr James Delgardo. Proud Army veteran of the Vietnam War. Retired from the NYPD and the Nassau County DA's office. Devoted and faithful Deacon serving at Saint Christopher's Church in Baldwin for many years. Reposing at the Fullerton Funeral Home, Inc., 769 Merrick Road, Baldwin, New York on Sunday, June 7, 2020 from 7:00-9:00 p.m. and Monday, June 8, 2020 from 2:00-4:00 p.m. & 7:00-9:00 p.m. Funeral Mass on Tuesday, June 9, 2020, 10:00 a.m. at Saint Christopher's Church in Baldwin, New York. Private Cremation. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation at www.tunnel2towers.org.   


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Thoughts & Prayers

Posted by Marian Mazzocchi on
Dear Ellen, Marisa, Fabian and Family,

Our deepest sympathy and love to you at this time. Jim was always kind and truly caring. He will be greatly missed. Your family and Jim remain in our prayers.

With love,
Marian, Blaise and Family
Posted by Patty OConnor on
Dear Ellen and family, We are so saddened by the loss of Jim and send our deepest condolences. May be rest in eternal peace. Love, cousin Patty and family.
Posted by Anne & Larry Betts on
Dear Ellen and Family,
We send our most heartfelt condolences to each of you. Jimmy was such a wonderful person and a wonderful friend!
We will never, ever forget his kindnesses during Hank's, and then Jeannie's, illnesses and when we lost them. He couldn't have been a better friend to all of us! God bless him. He is at rest now too.
Patrick and I were so happy that we got to see Jimmy again at Virginia's wedding and that he was able to perform the ceremony. We know he didn't feel well that day -- but he was determined! We were also so happy that he got to meet Baby Hank, Pat's son, too.
I told Virginia and Pat that I like to picture Jimmy and Hank reunited and planning some antics up there in Heaven already.
May God bless and comfort each of you at this time and always. As Hank would say: "Just remember the good times." And you had so many of those!
With Love and Prayers,
Anne & Larry Betts and Family (Hank Chambers' sister and brother-in-law in Arizona).
Posted by John Doherty on
I wish there were more Jim
Carrols in the world What a good man he was.I shall miss him Travel well
Posted by Gerry clancy on
Classmates since 1952, Goodbye Jim, God bless you and your family....you were a brave American, a good neighbor, a kind & trusted friend. Thank-you for your service.
Posted by Charlie Jamison on
I am so sorry for your loss.Jim was such a great man.
Always so good to my family and me.
What an honor it was to have him Baptize my Grandson!
And hands down, the best Santa Claus!
I will miss you my friend but I know you're not in pain.
Travel well my friend.
Posted by Deacon Henry and Maura Hein on
Dear Ellen and Family:
Our deepest sympathy to Jimmy’s wonderful family. He spoke about his family all the time.
He spoke about his Love of God , family and Country. Jimmy and I were also classmates from 1952 ... another classmate and I bought Jimmy his first St Joseph’s Missal for his birthday
..I think we were about 11 years old....
Jimmy was loving, kind, and thoughtful.
We will meet again on the other side... pray for the rest of us to be worthy of the promises of Christ. We Love you!! God Speed!!
Maura/Henry Hein
Posted by Deni Noonan on
God speed Jim. Yours was a life well led. A loving husband and father. A true patriot and an old old friend.
Posted by Eugene Kelly on
Ellen and family, Jimmy is at peace, God bless.
Posted by Ed Marcoux on
We were lifeguards together in the mid 60's Later roommates in the mid 70's Oscar Madison and Felix Unger Great friend the whole time. You're missed already.

Ed & Sue Marcoux
Posted by Terry Bilier on
Dear Ellen and Family,
I am so sorry for your loss. I will always remember Jim as one of my favorite classmates.
He was always kind in all ways and was a wonderful man. Seeing him at our reunion and as a deacon only proved my feelings about him since childhood were correct. RIP Jimmy. You will be truly missed by everyone you touched.
Posted by Elizabeth Lindemann on
Sincere condolences to Ellen and family and Jim's family

'Jimmy' was an important part of my and so many others childhoods on City Island- yeah the nuggies
Hope you find comfort in the life he lived with courage and honor.
Elizabeth (aka Betsy)
Posted by Tim and Rose Crowley on
Deepest regrets on Jimmy's passing. He was a superb individual. For more than 55 years he was a loyal, generous and trusted friend. He touched all the bases and now is safe at home. Peace and wonderful memories to his beautiful family.
Posted by A Friend on
Matthew 25:21
Posted by Mary Ruddy on
Jimmy was a very important part of my life. He shared with me so many stories of his love for his family, the pride in the birth of his grandson, growing up in the Bronx, his time in Vietnam, the NYPD, his trips to Aruba, and so much more. Jimmy was the real deal and lived so many lifetimes in his time here on earth. I will miss him always. Rest in eternal peace Jimmy.
Posted by Rose Marie Spano on
Dear Ellen and Family, I am Truly saddened by the passing of Jim. In the short time I have known him he was Gentle, Loving, informative and truly Pleasant being in his Company. He Married Julia and Joe, and he will Never be Forgotten by me. Ellen he is Walking beside you every Day!! Love to All.
Posted by Bob Niblr on
Dear Ellen and Marisa, Fabian,
My heartfelt sympathy to you on the loss of a good husband, father, friend and all around person. I will always remember Jimmy as a very special person who made my life a little better . He is with God I am sure of that.
Posted by Gini DeVore on
Jimmy. What can I say other then .... Beautiful heart, great guy and a great co worker to my dad. There was never a time that I didn’t look for Jimmy when I went to see my dad for lunch. Nor was there a time he wasn’t at a event that he didn’t offer moral support. Jimmy was the family friend I always asked about. To me,to know Jimmy was like having another uncle (you just felt comfortable and like family). He will be truly missed. To Jimmy’s family I send My prayers and condolences. He is at rest and no longer in pain. Heaven has truly gained an angel.
Posted by Chris Gertz on
Dearest Ellen & Family,
I was saddened to hear of Jimmy's passing he was such a good man, always a smile and kind words to say to everyone he met. I always looked at you both as the example of what a marriage should be it was a pleasure to be around you two. I know you must be struggling knowing the love you shared but hopefully you can take solace Jimmy's at peace and resting in God's light. You and your Family are in my thoughts and prayers God Bless you.
Posted by Heidi Lind on
Dear Ellen,
I don't know you but I share in your sadness. My husband Deacon Roger passed away one year ago. He was
a member of St. Bernard's Church in Levittown and he was also a retired New York City Policeman. My condolences and may God help you though this.
Posted by Fabienne Ryan on
Apartment neighbors in the 70s— taking me and Erika to her monthly check ups as a new born. God father to Ashley-you never lost faith in her. Boat rides with Rob on City Island. My inspiration at some of my lowest times. I loved the fact that Sometimes— when we didn’t talk for weeks or months/ when we reconnected- we picked up where we left off- you never missed a beat. I can still hear your voice in my head-and always will. Thanks for being our dear friend.
Fabienne and Rob Ryan
Posted by Cary, Diana, and Jack Spickler on
Ellen, Marisa, and Fabienne....
Our sincerest condolences for your loss. A tremendous loss for us as well. He was a valued friend and the greatest neighbor. We will never forget all that he’s done for us. We are always here for you.
Love,
Cary, Diana, and Jack
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