DAILY NEWS Feb 21, 2013 7:33 AM - 0 comments

Electronics industry veteran passes away

Jim McCullough spent 30-years in various sales capacities

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The electronics industry is saddened this week with the sudden passing of Jim McCullough at the Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre in Barrie on February 17th. He was 52-years of age.

McCullough was an electronics industry veteran who had put in more than 30 years at various companies located in the Greater Toronto Area, as well in the United States. For the last six years Jim was with Toronto-based manufacturers’ representative JLT & Associates Inc., as the key account manager handling Blackberry (Research in Motion).

Jim is survived by his wife Denise, and their three children, Jennifer, Andrew and Michael; and by his parents and two sisters.

“Jim had a wonderful wit and a fantastic sense of humour that no matter where he worked or what meeting he attended, would keep smiles on the faces of all those present,” said Joe Tullo , president of JLT & Associates. “Jim will be remembered as a great conversationalist who was truly generous in both heart and spirit. He will be missed.”

Visitation services will be held at Innisfill Funeral home, 7910 Yonge St. Stroud ON on Friday, February 22 between 7-9pm. The funeral service will be held Saturday, Feb. 22 at. 11am.

In lieu of flowers the family has requested donations be made to The Royal Victoria Hospital- Intensive Care Unit charity.



Jim McCullough (far right) poses with his children Andrew, Michael and Jennifer.
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