James Sena Cozzo September 19, 1972 - January 17, 2021

James Cozzo, 48, of Boston, MA passed away peacefully at his residence in Boston on Sunday, January 17, 2021.

James was born on September 19, 1972 to Gisela Sena-Campisi and James Cozzo Sr. in Boston. Graduating from Boston High School in 1989.

After graduation, James landed his first job at Home Depot in Quincy, MA where he later became the manager. James was skilled at a wide range of repairs, but flooring was his forte and he typically did a lot of work around the house.

James was a force of nature, determined to provide for his family and give his son the life he deserved. His family and friends meant more to him than anything else in the world, something he often mentioned. He was very proud of his son, James Scott Cozzo and always tried his best to support him.

James was very passionate with helping others and could often be found around his neighborhood giving someone a helping hand. He loved the beach and a nice cold beer.

Anyone that knew him would instantly be drawn to his vibrant personality and kind heart. He was the most loving person a family could ask for. Everyone’s “Jimmy, Jimbo, and favorite White Boy”.

James was predeceased by his grandfather, Julio Dias Sena. He is survived by his Mother, Gisela Sena-Campisi, Father, James Cozzo Sr., Son, James Scott Cozzo, Step Father, Joseph Campisi, Grandmother, Maria Bala Sena, Uncles, Viriato B. Sena, Sebastian B. Sena, Belmiro B. Sena, Julio B. Sena, Kevin B. Sena, Aunts, Leocadia B. Sena-Monteiro, Maria B. Sena-Dasilva, Benvinda B. Sena, Estella B. Sena, Maria B. Madelena Sena and will be lovingly remembered by many cousins, family, and Friends.

Visiting hours at Dolan Funeral Home, 1140 Washington St., DORCHESTR LOWER MILLS, Tuesday, January 26, 4-8 PM. Relatives and friends invited. Funeral services and interment private.

Visiting hours: Tuesday, January 26, 4-8 PM
Relatives and friends invited
Funeral services and interment private

Dolan Funeral Home
1140 Washington Street


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    Monique Ingram says

    I love you so much and I will be missing you more, I hate we had to depart so fast, I was counting on so much more. You will always be in my heart, we had so many fun times, that’s what best friend are for…..Never forgotten, YOU ARE A LEGEND, I learned so much from you and I thank you, for being my homie… You always said our HEARTS are bigger than our minds and for this I adore, you!!! You never let me down, until we meet again, me amoir………

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    Taneah Funches-Phillips says

    My condolences to the whole Sena family 🙏🏽May Jimmy rest painlessly in peace 💛

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