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Tuesday, January 6, 2015

James Tagg of Gasport entered into rest January 4, 2015 in Buffalo General Medical Center.

He was born in Lockport on March 9, 1932 and was the son of the late Charles and Anna (Sibolski) Tagg.  He was married to Janet (Grimes) Tagg for 40 wonderful years. James served in the US Army from 1952 to 1954, during the Korean War. He worked at Urban Park Towers for 17 years retiring in 1993, before that he worked for Urban Carbon Paperboard for 26 years. He enjoyed his beautiful grandchildren and great grandchildren, camping, NASCAR, bowling, Bills, gardening having a stand for 11 years. James was also a member of the American Legion Post #1 in Albany, NY.

James is survived by his wonderful wife Janet (Grimes) Tagg; dear father of James M. (Wendy) Tagg of Lockport, Nancy (Daniel) Woods of Ransomville, Laura (Jeffrey) Merritt of Lockport; step-father of Jan I. (Nick Thomas) Fidanza of Niagara Falls, Frances Fidanza of Buffalo, Debra Moebs of North Tonawanda; grandfather of Anna (John) Kirsch, Sara, Brian (fiancé, Jessica) Tagg, Wendy (Ralph), Jennifer, Aaron, Joshua Woods, Stephen (Heather) Roberts; several step-grandchildren; great grandchildren Cody, Stephanie, Emily Wise, Dean, Kassidy, Brayden Kirsch, Christine Falls, Kyria and Jamar Swanson; and several step great grandchildren; brother of Ralph Tagg of Newfane, Helen (Donald) Klock, and late Edward, George, Charles, Floyd, Franklin, Geraldine House, Louise Gardner; brother-in-law of the late Tillie, Marie and Eleanor Tagg; late step-grandson Wayne Pendergrass; also survived by several nieces and nephews; special friends John & Eileen Cichon of Florida.

No prior visitation, private funeral services will be held at the convenience of the family.   Memorial donations to the Kidney & Dialysis Association would be appreciated by the family.



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