James Francis Delevieleuse1

M, b. 25 June 1958, d. 22 September 2019
James Francis Delevieleuse (Redd)
FatherJohn Francis Delevieleuse2,3 b. 14 Aug 1933, d. 24 Feb 2013
Relationship3rd cousin of Taryn Lynn Phelan
     James Francis Delevieleuse also went by the name of Jimmy and Redd.
     James graduated from local (Cheshire) schools.4
     James proudly served his country with the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Marines and served tours in Korea and Grenada.5
     James was a cook and server his entire life at Blackie's Hot Dog Stand, an iconic and treasured eatery in Cheshire, CT, whose exterior, rebuilt in 1945 after a fire, has not been remodeled and still has that 50's retro look. It's renowned for its hot dog relish.6
     James was an avid outdoorsman and had a tremendous knowledge of nature. He enjoyed fishing all year round and enjoyed camping and hiking. He was a longtime member of the High Riders Snowmobile Club in Terryville where he made many lifelong friends.1
     James Francis Delevieleuse resided at Cheshire, Connecticut, with his mother.7
     James was single.
     James Francis Delevieleuse died on 22 September 2019 at Harwinton, Connecticut, at age 61 from an ATV accident.1

Residence Records

YearLocationDetails
Cheshire, ConnecticutJames Francis Delevieleuse resided at Cheshire, Connecticut, with his mother.7

Citations

  1. [S1660] The Waterbury Republican-American, September 25, 2019, Page 5B.
  2. [S1302] The Waterbury Republican-American, February 26, 2013, Page 4B, shows that he is survived by his son, James.
  3. [S1660] The Waterbury Republican-American, September 25, 2019, Page 5B, shows that Jim was the son of the late John Delevieleuse.
  4. [S1660] The Waterbury Republican-American, September 25, 2019, Page 5B, shows that Jim was educated in local schools.
  5. [S1660] The Waterbury Republican-American, September 25, 2019, Page 5B, shows that Jim served in the navy and the marines and did two tours in Korea and Grenada.
  6. [S1660] The Waterbury Republican-American, September 25, 2019, Page 5B, shows that Jim worked his entire life at Blackie's as a cook and server.
  7. [S1302] The Waterbury Republican-American, February 26, 2013, Page 4B, shows that he is survived by his son, James, of Cheshire.