James Millar

James (Jim) Millar, 86, surrounded by his loving family, died peacefully on September 13th 2018. Jim was raised in Englewood New Jersey. After graduating from Dwight Morrow High School, he attended St. Michael’s College in Vermont. Jim transferred and graduated from Bowling Green State University in Ohio. It was there that he met his future wife, Ann Scheuer of Freemont, Ohio, with whom he enjoyed a long and happy marriage lasting 62 years.


As newlyweds they spent several years in Texas and Oklahoma while Jim served in the Air Force. They moved to New Jersey, where Jim embarked on a successful career in the textile industry. Jim work for Greenwood Mills where he was in charge of sales and marketing and ended his career at Inman Mills where he served as president. Jim was honored for his dedication and service to the New York Board of Trade, acting as chairman of the textile section.


Jim cherished most spending time with his wife and children and their seven grandchildren. Jim was a long-time member of Hackensack Golf Club where he loved playing golf with his friends and family. He was also a member of Sailfish Point Golf Club in Stuart Florida. Jim was a parishioner at Harrington Park’s Our Lady of Victories for over 50 years.

Jim is survived by his beloved wife, Ann (nee Scheuer). Loving father of Cathy Harding and husband Justin of Malvern, PA, Lowell Millar and wife Jennifer of Summit, NJ, Patricia Millar of Portland, OR and Susan Antonelli and husband Mario of Oradell, NJ. Adored grandfather of Cathy, Jessica, Nicole, Carlo, L.J., Chase and William. Dear brother of Robert of NYC and the late John.

A Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Monday 10 am at Our Lady of Victories Church, Harrington Park with interment to follow at Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Tenafly. Visiting hours are Sunday 2-5 pm at Pizzi Funeral Home, 120 Paris Ave, Northvale (201-767-3050).

In lieu of flowers, donations to the Hibiscus Children’s Center, 839 NW Federal Highway, Stuart, FL 34994, www.hibiscuschildrenscenter.org, in Jim’s memory would be greatly appreciated.


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