James Foubister
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Obituary of James E. Foubister

Jim is predeceased by his parents, Andrew & Elizabeth Foubister; brothers, Bill Foubister & Tom Foubister. He is survived by his daughters, Brenda (Joe) Camacho & Lori (Jeff Stark) Foubister-Cusimano; son-in-law, James Cusimano, Jr.; grandchildren, Joey Camacho, Jr., Ryan Camacho, James Cusimano, III, Alyssa Cusimano; great-grandchildren, Joseph & Avia Camacho; siblings, Andrea Foubister-Rossi & Andy (Pam) Foubister; several nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles & dear friends. Special thanks to Mike Richardson for all his support.

JIM'S FAMILY HAS REQUESTED ALL GUESTS COMING TO HIS VISITATION TO WEAR A FACE MASK AND HAND SANITIZE UPON ENTERING THE BUILDING. THANK YOU!

Jim's life story will be shared during his visitation, Thursday, June 25th, 4-7 PM at the funeral home, 1411 Vintage Lane (Between 390 & Long Pond Rd.).

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Services are all private. In lieu of flowers please donate to a charity of your choice.

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Jim grew up in Spencerport on Vroom Rd. He was third born in a family of 3 brothers and one sister (his “favorite sister”…). In school he pursued Masonry in WEMOCO. He became a father at age 17 when his daughter Brenda was born and at 20, he welcomed his daughter Lori.

His passion was always motorcycle riding. His first bike was a 1969 Triumph 500. The motorcycles he loved ranged from a 1947 Harley Knucklehead to a 1996 Heritage Softail (custom hunter green). He rode often with his friend Augie (who was more like a brother) and Tammy and so many others.

Jim loved all his friends, from many walks of life and was always socializing with one group or another. He wasn’t one to stay put for long, he also enjoyed hill climbs, walks, camping and fishing. He loved golfing with his cousin Mikey and making beef jerky. If he did sit down to watch TV, it usually was a boxing match or UFC.

He taught his daughters to get things done by determination and strength. He taught them to kickbox, box and how to defend themselves. Above all, Jim was so proud of his grandchildren, Joey, Ryan, Jimmy and Alyssa and was blessed with great grandchildren Joey and Avia.

Thursday
25
June

Memorial Visitation at Funeral Home

4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Thursday, June 25, 2020
Bartolomeo & Perotto Funeral Home, Inc.
1411 Vintage Lane
Rochester, New York, United States
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