James Franklin Kinley, Jr., 68 of Masden Hollow Rd Beech Creek, passed from this life into eternal life on October 4, 2019 at Geisinger Medical Center.
Born on June 24, 1951 in Jersey Shore and raised in Lock Haven, he was the son of the late James F. Kinley, Sr. and Dorothy Walker Kinley.
Jimmy was a kind hearted man who would give you the shirt off of his back and not think twice about it. On July 14th, 2006 he married Relda Killinger, who preceded him in death on January 23, 2019.
Jimmy is survived by a sister, Jeannie “Sis” (Kenneth) McGhee of Mill Hall; a brother from another mother, Robert Vonada (Bonnie) of Blanchard; and sister-in-laws, Ethel Kinley of Farrandsville and Sharon Kinley of Mill Hall. Jimmy was blessed to have a second mother in his life, Ann Aungst of Pine Creek. On March 11, 2018, Jimmy and Relda’s family grew by one. They had a beautiful little girl enter their life and he loved her with all of his heart. She will always have a special angel watching over her on her journey in life. Jimmy also leaves behind numerous nieces and nephews who he loved and would always be willing to help. He will also be missed by his faithful furry companion, Abbie.
Jimmy Kinley was the brother of William of Farrandsville, Donald of Jersey Shore, Ronald (Gloria) of Milesburg, Robert of Mill Hall and Carter Kinley of Howard, all who preceded him in death. Jimmy was also preceded in death by his niece, Becky J. Kinley Mills and nephew, Dennis Kinley.
Jimmy worked many years at Champion Parts Rebuilders and then he went to work at First Quality McElhattan and retired from there. He would tell anybody who asked that he loved working at First Quality and was thankful for the opportunity. Jimmy was a member of the Mackeyville United Methodist Church and he loved and appreciated his church family.
A funeral service will be held on Tuesday, October 8, 2019 at 7 P.M. at Donald G. Walker Funeral Home, Inc., 231 High St., Flemington, PA 17745 with Rev. Dan Christopher officiating. Friends and family will be received on Tuesday for a viewing from 5 P.M. until the time of the service.
The family suggests memorial contributions be made through the funeral home to the Mackeyville United Methodist Church.
The pain is over and Jimmy never gave up, he will be forever remembered for his kind and thoughtful ways. The family would like to thank all of the medical caretakers for all of their wonderful care and treatment over the years.