James Muldoon Death, Obituary – James Muldoon has sadly passed away unexpectedly with loved ones, family and the entire community left heartbroken and in grievance, according to an online publication. James J. Muldoon, who resided in Auburn and was 68 years old at the time of his untimely death, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, December 14, 2022.
His parents, John Muldoon and Helen Kott Muldoon, both went away before he was born, therefore he spent his whole life in Auburn, where he was also reared. Jim is a graduate of Auburn High School, having received his diploma in 1973 with his class. Over the course of his extensive career as a mixologist, he became particularly well-known for his Manhattans and Old Fashioneds, but he was also an adept in the production of a broad variety of alcoholic drinks.
Because Jim has served customers at the bar in the past at a variety of establishments, including Curley’s, Sunset, Hofbrau, Highland Golf Course, and most recently for a significant amount of time at Balloon’s Restaurant, it is quite possible that the alcoholic beverage you consumed in Auburn was one that was prepared by Jim. Jimmy was often seen at Dick’s Sporting Goods, where he worked as the primary salesman for the golf department.
Since it was impossible to disguise the fact that he was there, it was tough to keep Jimmy’s presence a secret. At the Highland Park Golf Course, Jim was such a talented golfer that he made a number of holes-in-one, which is evidence of how well he played the game. In addition to that, he was an avid supporter of the New York Mets and New York Jets sports teams.
Jim had been a part of the Utopia Club and the Hibernian’s for a considerable amount of time, and it was quite possible that he had been a part of both organizations ever since he was born. Jim’s quick wit, infectious smile, and charming mannerisms will live on in the memories of those whose lives he touched and will never be forgotten. These characteristics will be ingrained in their minds for a long time.
He is survived by his devoted children, son Ryan (Samantha) Muldoon and daughter Kristin (Nick) Muldoon Newert, a granddaughter named Julia, two sisters, his twin Mary Anne (Mimi) and Catherine (Paul) Bush, and his longtime companion Joyce McMurray. In addition, he leaves behind a granddaughter named Julia. In addition, he leaves behind a number of additional nieces, nephews, and cousins, one of them is a very special nephew called Todd Cottrell.
Jim was not only predeceased by his parents, but also by his sister Joanne (Tom) Calescibetta, as well as his brothers-in-law Stephen Brooks and Milt White. His parents had passed away before him. In-laws such as Joanne (Tom) Calescibetta, Stephen Brooks, and Milt White were his relatives via marriage.
On Tuesday, December 20, 2022, calling hours will be held from 3 to 6 pm at the Pettigrass Funeral Home, which is situated at 196 Genesee Street in Auburn. Immediately following the calling hours will be the ceremonies, which will begin at 6 pm. Both of these gatherings are going to be held on the same day.