Obituaries

Janeiro, James D.

September 20th, 2011
James D. “Jim” Janeiro, age 25, of Wilmington, died peacefully, surrounded by his family on Tuesday, September 20, 2011, from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident.
 
Jim was born in Winchester, MA on October 15, 1985, he was the cherished son of Susan M. (O’Leary) Janeiro of Wilmington and David M. Janeiro of Lowell.
 
Jim lived in Somerville for a few years and moved with his family to Wilmington as a young boy. He was educated in the Wilmington Public Schools, graduated with the Wilmington High School Class of 2003 and continued his education at Middlesex Community College in Bedford.
 
At the time of his death, Jim was employed as a machinist for Parker Chomerics Company.
 
In his spare time, Jim enjoyed hanging out with friends, taking walks around Wakefield lake, loved listening to music, and taking photographs (especially of his bike). He was fond of hiking, going to the beach, and watching the sunset. He was adventurous and always willing to go somewhere new.
 
Jim was very passionate about motorcycles; he loved riding with friends and was a member of the North Shore Ruff Ryders.
 
Jim will be fondly remembered as a wonderful son and brother, he was a kind and giving person who would do anything for anyone. He had an inviting personality and he loved to be surrounded by his family and close friends.
 
Jim was the loving brother of Jacquelyn Hudson and her husband Phillip of Bradford, beloved grandson of Marge and the late Jose Janeiro of Lowell and the late George and Eleanor (Pilcher) O’ Leary, dear nephew of George O’Leary of Wilmington, Joe Janeiro and his wife Karen of Melrose, Joanne Macedo and her husband Marc of Chelmsford, and Lisa DiRusso and her husband Rich of Bellingham, Jim is also survived by many great- aunts and uncles, cousins, and close friends.
 
Family and friends will gather at the Nichols Funeral Home, Inc., 187 Middlesex Ave. (Rte. 62), Wilmington on Monday, September 26th at 9:00 a.m. followed by a Funeral Mass in St. Thomas of Villanova Church, 126 Middlesex Ave., Wilmington at 10:00 a.m. Interment Wildwood Cemetery, Wilmington. Visiting hours Sunday, September 25th from 3-7 p.m. Memorial donations in Jim’s name may be made to a charity of your choice.
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25 Entries in Guest Book for “Janeiro, James D.”

  1. Frankie Mugford NSRR says:

    We have lost a great friend and brother. You will ride forever in our hearts. Ruff Ryders…….you knooooooo

  2. Bryant"Brick"Newson says:

    Ride in peace bro… Gone but not forgotten..
    Ruff Ryders forever..

  3. william newcomb says:

    Jim I will miss you and words can’t say how I feel i’m at a loss .I remember vesting you and seeing how happy and proud you were to put on your vest. That is the day I keep in my mind. You loved to ride so may you ride in heaven until we meet you again. Your friend nukedog….RR1…you kno…

  4. kyle logue says:

    I’m gunna miss u bro .. rest easy

  5. Jason Towne says:

    Jim u were a good friend who left us way too soon we will ride together again someday New Jack my friend and RR brother. R.I.P. Townie NSRR

  6. jackie hulme says:

    jim u will be forever missed. u were a great friend. and i am glad that i got to get close with u in the short time i knew u. may u fly high now and rest in paridise. forever in my heart..

  7. Katie Goodrich says:

    Not a day will go by that I won’t think of you. Miss and love you so much.

  8. NORMAN "RAVEN" JEFFERY says:

    NEW JACK U RR IN A BETTER PLACE. YOU CAN RIDE WHEELIES FOR AS LONG AS U WANT. I LOVE U AND WILL ALWAYS MISS U. YOU WILL RIDE WITH MY IN MY HEART, TILL WE RIDE AGIAN.
    R.I.P. NEW JACK
    NORTH SHORE
    RUFF RYDERS

  9. Jed McGrath says:

    Snooka, what can I say man. I can’t believe your gone. When I got the news from Josh, I just didn’t know how to react. Shock, anger, sadness, frustration. You were the nicest kid I have ever met in my entire life and it was a true honor to be your friend. You were always there for me. Always
    going to my shows. You were at the very first show I had ever done! I wish I knew that my show at millys would be the last time I ever saw you. I def woulda stuck around longer. I’m gonna miss u a lot man. But I know your looking down on all of us, having the time of your life. Going as fast as lightspeed on that bike. Thank you for being my friend. I love you man. Rest In Peace Jimmy J.

  10. Dan harvey says:

    New jack u will always b n my heart will alway think about u when I ride I know u will watching over us n keep us safe I love bro ruff ryders u know

  11. tom budd says:

    jimmie,,when i got the word you had gone,,felt like a blade ,,had struck me,,we were hoping you would be at home when we came east to see the whole family,,,now all i feel is a crushing pain,you left too soon and we will all less for your doing,,susie and tom,cousins from out in the badlands of southern utah,, we love you,always will,

  12. Jade DiPersio says:

    Jimmy, I am just waiting to wake up from this really bad dream. I miss you more than words can describe. I love you. You were my best friend and someone I could always call. You were always there for me when I needed someone. You told me when I was wrong when many other would not. You were my wingman when I needed u. I cant believe your gone. I meet you all because a kid on a scooter! LOL Because of you I put more miles on my bike late at night then any other time and I also met some really awesome friends (sometimes we met them together) I am so happy I did. You will always be in my heart, I will never forget you.

    To his family Jimmy was a wonderful person you should be so proud. He touch so many peoples lives in his short time. My deepest condolences go out to you.

    I love you and always will. I dont need to tell you to watch over us because I know you will.

  13. kyle "sharky" liford says:

    Man I can’t believe ur gone… but I wont take this time to morn.. but take this time to celebrate ur life.. u were a great friend an a awesome brother.. I can’t wait till the day we ride again brother… RUFFFF RYDDDDEEERRSS. UUUU KNOOOO!!!

  14. Mark "Break Lites" Tempesta says:

    Jimj – New Jack, I dont know what to say right now, you will be missed by us all. You were a brother, a friend, and a fellow rider.. I know your smiling down on us all, and I hope you watch over us all and keep us safe.. Your memory will live on with us all..

  15. Kristen Johnson says:

    Susan and family,
    I am so very shocked and saddened. Words could never begin to explain how sorry I am for your loss. My prayers are with you all.

  16. Aaron Samuel says:

    New Jack, may you Ryde In Peace bro…you will be greatly missed. Watch over us man, I know you will. Your now a part of the RR Angel division. Ruff Ryders for life!! YOUUU KNOOOWW

    -LiL C, NSRR

  17. Marine B.C.R.R. says:

    New JacK ….we miss ya bro, may u ryde on the roads of Heaven….wit all our brothers and sistas that are waiting for us…like jimmy we will honor 4life…u kno!!!! As a Marine I’ve lost a lot of brothers,as a Ruff Ryder…also, but in the end ur all great human beings. My deepest condolences to ur family, and our family N.S.R.R. love ya….Marine Bristol County RR u knoooooooooooooooooooooooooo

  18. Kevin Douglas says:

    Dear family, I am sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in knowing that God is “near to those that are broken at heart ;and those who are crushed in spirit he saves.” (Psalms 34;18)

  19. Kaitlin Kurtzke says:

    Mr & Mrs. Janeiro, I am so sorry for your loss. In the short time I got to know Jim you could tell he was a good person and a fighter. He was lucky to have such caring parents that stayed by him daily giving him so much love and support. It was an honor being able to take care of Jim and he is someone I will not forget.
    -Kaitlin

  20. Melissa Foley says:

    Jimmy,

    It was such an honor to have been able to meet you. Words can not describe how such an amazing and special human being you were. In the short time that I was granted your presence, I found strength, courage, and perseverance that no ordinary human being would hold. Thank you for gracing me with your energy and kindness. Take care Jimmy. I will keep you in my memories, thoughts, and prayers.

    Mr and Mrs. Janeiro,

    I am so sorry for your loss. You raised such an extraordinary young man who touched so many lives, especially ours on the unit. It was such a pleasure to be able to take care of your son. He is missed tremendously. I am very fortunate to have been able to meet Jimmy. Thank you for your patience, understanding, and kindness as well. I will keep you in my prayers and thoughts. May you find peace and comfort in this sad time.

    Please take care,
    Melissa

  21. The Cutone Family says:

    We are they extended family of Stacie Thistle. Very sorry for your loss.

    Rest in peace, Jim. You will be greatly missed by all. Please keep a watch over your loved ones.

  22. Lisa Giroux Bozzella says:

    Susan, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  23. Lisa Giroux Bozzella says:

    Susan, I’m so sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  24. Nancy Liberacki Jensen says:

    Susan,
    I am so sorry for the loss of your son. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
    Nancy

  25. A friend says:

    Jimmy,

    As time pass by, I miss you more. You tought me many lessons in so little time. Instead of me comforting you, you would comfort me. You fought with all your heart and soul and you were so patient and understanding. Is no wonder every one who met you, loved you. When I go to bed at night and I look at your sweet smile, I feel warmth and overflowing love. I wish we had spent more time together. Your memory will live in my heart forever, sweet angel. And one day, when my time comes, we will meet again. R.I.P. our Jimmy.

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