James S. Garcia, 74, of Fort Pierce, Florida, passed away April 12, 2020 at VNA Hospice House.
He was born September 13, 1945 in Panama City, Florida and had been a resident of Fort Pierce for 4 years, coming from New York City and Catskill, NY.
Mr. Garcia graduated with high honors from University of Notre Dame with a law degree. Prior to retirement, he worked as Vice President of the Image Bank in New York City.
He was a member of the American Legion.
Mr. Garcia leaves his memories to be cherished by his husband of 45 years, Joseph Lada; brother, Gilberto Garcia Jr.; cousins, Mary Marie Wood, Norma Wood, James “Jake” Wood and Alexander Wood.
At the request of the family, there will be no services. Inurnment will take place in Chicago at a later date. Memorial Contributions may be made to the ASPCA, www.aspca.org.
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