On May 18, 2023

James Joseph Fiore, 72

James Joseph Fiore of Killington born Nov. 1, 1950 in Everett, Massachussetts passed away peacefully with his family by his side on May 6, 2023. 

He was predeceased by his parents Janette and Gerald Fiore of Everett, Massachussets  and his brother Gerald Fiore of Reading. He is survived by his brother Michael and his wife Lisa.

 Jimmy was devoted to his community as deputy chief of Killington Fire and Rescue for the past 23 years and was a devoted firefighter. He was highly regarded. 

 Loving husband of Mary Fiore for 45 years, devoted father of Jay Fiore and his wife Alyssa of Peabody, Massachusetts, Alison and her husband Simon Laroche of Melbourne, Australia,  Mark and fiancée Rachel Yrsha of Weston.

 He was the most loving “grampy” of his three grandchildren, Sofie, Chloe and James.

 He was a graduate of Everett High School class of 1968 and went on to the National Guard after graduation.

 After completing his service he began his career as a bartender at many establishments in the Boston area including JC Hillary’s (now Abe & Louies) in Boston. 

 He and Mary were avid skiers which prompted them to move their family to Killington in 1988. He worked at the Grist Mill Restaurant for 27 years until 2015 when he went to work at Casey’s Caboose where he retired in 2021. His home was always open to everyone during the holidays, especially Christmas Eve where he hosted the greatest Italian feasts. 

 He enjoyed skiing, golfing, cooking and gardening. He took great pride in his home and family. He also loved his Boston sports teams. 

 He loved going to his vacation home in Florida and walking the beach in Delray.
Contributions in James’ memory to the Killington Fire and Rescue Service,  2706 River Road, Killington, VT, 05751 would be sincerely appreciated. Parking with attendants on duty.

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