James  Chase

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Jim (Mace) Chase joined his family in heaven on January 21st. He was born October 15, 1953 in Syracuse, grew up in Eastwood, graduated from Blessed Sacrament, CBA and the University of Dayton. He remained in Dayton where he lived a life filled with many good friends.. As a social worker he spent his entire career helping the Mentally Ill. His retirement years were also filled with community service involved in the work of a local food pantry and his association with AA. He was a sports enthusiast. He was an avid Syracuse Fan, as well as the Dayton Flyers, Cleveland Browns and NY Yankees. Despite all his years in Dayton, Syracuse was always HOME. In heaven to greet him are his parents George and Anne Hopkins Chase and his brother Jack. He is loved and will be missed by his wife Deborah, his sister Peggy Chase, brother David (Helen), nieces Kim (Adam) Goldman, Katie (Chris Norcross) Chase and great nieces and nephews Ady, Chase, Abby and Griffin., several cousins and dear childhood friends. We will celebrate his life on Saturday February 15th at 11AM at a memorial mass at Blessed Sacrament Church, 3131 James Street. In Jim's memory, contributions may be made to Blessed Sacrament Human Development Program or a food pantry of your choice.
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1953 - 2014

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