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James  Stoker

James Stanley "Jim" Stoker

Wednesday, June 26th, 1929 - Sunday, November 3rd, 2019
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On Sunday, November 3, 2019, James Stoker, loving husband and father of four passed away at the age of 90 in his home surrounded by people who love him. James “Jim” was born in Towson, MD on June 26, 1929.

He was a successful businessman who ran a service station near his home in Randallstown, MD for many years. He was a Navy Veteran; the Executive Director of the Baltimore Washington Tire and Service Station Association; and an active member of the Kiwanis Club of Pikesville and the Knights of Columbus in Woodlawn. Jim married the “love of his life” Janice Mockler on May 21, 1955 and they raised four children together, Patricia, James “Jimmy” (deceased), Joseph, and Jeffrey.

Jim was a Renaissance man who believed that everything is figureoutable. Driven and hardworking with a strong sense of integrity, he instilled in his family the importance of having a solid work ethic and “doing the right thing”. He was a master carpenter, an avid golfer, a painter of landscapes, and a lifetime learner. With a grand presence to match his stature, Jim never hesitated to tell a joke or a story, many of which will continue to be told by his children and grandchildren. Someone once said, “we are all immortal to those who remember us”, and Jim Stoker has left a legacy that will be remembered for generations.

Jim was proceeded in death by his father, Darwin “Lloyd”; his mother, Arria; and his son, Jimmy. He is survived by his wife Janice; his children Patricia, Joseph, and Jeffrey; his brother Lloyd and sister-in-law Joyce; brother-in-law Bob Nightingale; six grandchildren; and six great grandchildren.

There will be a celebration of life announced at a later date.
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