James  Cinco


Jim Cinco, 67 of Austinburg, Ohio passed away at UH Geneva on Saturday, 4/6/19 of heart failure.
He was born in Geneva, Ohio the son of Albert and Fran (Perko) Cinco (of Madison, Ohio both who have both preceded him in death).
Jim worked for 30 years in the laborers union. He loved building things and spent 7 years in northern Wisconsin working side by side with his son building his son's dream house. Jim enjoyed being outdoors planting gardens, farming, raising cattle, and pigs. Jim was an avid hunter and took much pride in teaching his daughters, sons-in-law, grandchildren, nephews, and friends how to hunt right along with him. Jim loved to cook, especially if it meant it would bring his family together. Jim would always sit back and enjoy the banter, laughter, and love that filled his "shanty" any chance he could get, whilst tossing pup treats to his best friend, "Gary the pug"!
He is survived by his lifetime love Deb, with whom he just celebrated his 46th anniversary, his 4 loving children: Travis (John) Cinco, Tonia (Rob) Lundi, Amy Platt (David Anderson) and Mandy Cinco (Chad Albert); his grandchildren: Clayton, Avery, Mitchell, Taylor and Morgan; and his siblings: Fran (Jim) Bonner, Al (Judy) Cinco, Dolores (Joe) Ransom and Debbie (Dan) Briggs.
Jim was a vibrant soul and is greatly missed, please join us in celebrating his life on Saturday, May 4th starting at 2 pm at the Harpersfield Community Center, 5604 Cork Cold Springs Rd, Geneva, OH 44041.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the family in care of Debra Cinco, at any one location of Lakeview Credit Unions.
Published on April 11, 2019
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3 posts

Cindy Swank Cole
Apr 17, 2019
Thinking of your family at this time. Take care.❤
Dennis and Cathy Pettit and family.
Apr 14, 2019
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. So sorry for your loss.
Marge Kosar
Apr 12, 2019
I can still see Jimmy working in the addition to my Madison house and how excited I was when he told me he would be th Master Builder for.my house in Harpersfield. He did some extras for me because he knew I would want them. The house inspector said he had not seen a house so plumb when he inspected it. He always cooked the best food!! He was a great friend, husband and father.