Tuesday, November 27, 2012
James J. Ullrich, 61
James J. Ullrich of Westport, husband of Janice Marshall (Pepin) Ullrich, died Nov. 25 at home. He was 61.
James J. Ullrich: CPA/financial analyst. Contributed photo
Born April 10, 1951 in Howard Beach, N.Y. he was the son of the late Thomas H. and Mary Ullrich. A resident of Westport for nine years, he formerly lived in Norwalk.
He was a CPA/financial analyst for Semi-Conductor Inc. in Stamford. He was also formerly employed by Chemical Bank of New York, Pan American World Airways, Salabello and Broder CPA firm, Nine West, Starwood Properties and Workflow One. He founded TaxPro, LLC and CFOPro, LLC.
A graduate of Pace University, he served as board chair of Christian Community Action, treasurer of Toastmasters, and member and treasurer of the United Methodist Church of Westport.
He was also a former member and EMT with Bravo Volunteer Ambulance in Brooklyn, N.Y., was involved in the Mondays at 7 Networking Group. He also was very active with the United Methodist Church.
Survivors in addition to his wife of Westport include a son, Matthew B. Ullrich of Woodstock, Ga., stepson Joseph M. Pepin of Westport, brother Robert O’Connell of Floral Park, N.Y., sister Dolores O’Connell North Fort Myers, Fla., and sister in-law Maureen O’Connell of Pawleys Island, S.C., his first wife and good friend, Gail Ullrich of Marietta, Ga. and three nephews and one niece.
In addition to his parents, he was also predeceased by a brother, Thomas O’Connell.
Visitation will take place Thursday, Nov. 29 from 4 to 8: p.m. in the Harding Funeral Home 210 Post Road East. Friends may attend a funeral service Friday at 11 a.m. in the United Methodist Church of Westport, 49 Weston Road.
Memorial contributions may be made to Christian Community Action, P.O. Box 465, Norwalk, CT 06856, or the United Methodist Church of Westport, 49 Weston Road, Westport CT 06880.
To leave an on line condolence, visit http://www.hardingfuneral.com.
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