Jim Bold

Jim Bold

September 15, 1966 - September 03, 2017

Jim Bold

September 15, 1966 - September 03, 2017


Jim Bold, 50, of Brentwood, CA beloved son, father, brother, uncle, friend and neighbor passed away Sunday September 3, 2017 of complications from epilepsy. Born September 15, 1966 in Philadelphia, PA to Anne-marie (Nancy) & Francis James Bold, Jim graduated from Birmingham Brother Rice High School (MI) in 1984. He attended Oakland (MI) and Saddleback (CA) Community Colleges and graduated with a BA from Wayne State University (MI). His employment career began as a Caddie at Bloomfield Hills Country Club, MI in the early 1980’s. During the 1990’s, Jim owned and operated a valet parking service firm outside Morton’s Steakhouse in Southfield, MI. Most recently, he served proudly for ICR (Industrial Control Repair) Warren, MI in Sales on the West Coast.

Jim was preceded in death by his brother, Francis A.; and father Francis J; He is survived by his son, Liam; daughter, Claire; mother, Anne-marie (Nancy); Sisters, Teresa & Nancy; brother, Gerald; nieces Ashley & Victoria, Nephews Kenny & Kory.

Services Friday September 15, 2017 St. Kilian Catholic Church Mission Viejo, CA 11 AM Rosary 12 Noon Funeral Mass. Interment to follow Ascension Cemetery Lake Forest, CA. In lieu of flowers, donations in Jim’s memory can be made to the Epilepsy Foundation of Northern California: https://impact.epilepsynorcal.org/checkout/donation?eid=77777, Orange County: https://epilepsyfoundation.secure.force.com/EpilepsyPublicDonationPage?form=a04i000000AVI44 or to The Vasculitis (GPA/Wegeners) Foundation: http://www.vasculitisfoundation.org/education/granulomatosis-with-polyangiitis-gpa-wegeners/

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  2. Ed Batayeh says:

    Love ya Jim, may you rest in peace brother.

    Jim Bold Memorial Pix Collection-Sept 2017


  3. Aunt Evie says:

    Our hearts are aching–this beautiful soul has been taken from us much too soon. He joins his namesake, his dad’s little brother, Jimmy, who passed away in September 1943 at age 7. Grammom Bold loved her grandchildren dearly and equally, but Jim was extra special to her (which I reminded him of recently). To Jim family was everything–his beautiful children, his brother and sisters, and mom, especially mom.

    Jim also suffered with the Bold sense of humor. Witty, droll, irreverent, and oftentimes no word need be spoken’a shoulder shrug, a raised eyebrow or the eye roll’his timing was everything!

    Jim, I know you’re in a better place where there’s no illness or sadness, only happiness. Hopefully, you have joined a special foursome and are on the back nine. Rest in peace “my man.”

    Aunt Evie

  4. I remember when Jim came home and showed me the ring he bought to propose to Audrey. Omg! I was so excited! I never seen a more beautiful couple! I remember Jim just standing there, and me going on and on about how much Audrey was going to be so happy. He never said one word, he just stood there with this grin, that grin that only Jim could pull off that said,”I know I’m the man.” Yes, yes you are the man my friend. A man that will forever be missed!!

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