James “Jim” Auld, 91

James “Jim” Galbraith Auld, 91, husband of Roseann Auld, died peacefully in his sleep at home Thursday, January 11 in Collegeville, PA.

Jim was born in Ayr, Scotland and immigrated to the United States in 1960 with his wife and eldest daughter Elizabethann. He lived most of his life in Philadelphia before moving to Elkton MD, Bristol PA, and finally Collegeville PA.

Jim was a skilled Journeyman Plasterer by trade. He also spent many years working for national food distributors Sealtest and Nabisco, before retiring from Abington Memorial Hospital.

He was a devoted father and grandfather who enjoyed taking his family for Sunday drives and to the Philadelphia Phillies baseball games. He adored his granddaughter Allison and always cherished the time they spent together. In addition to being an avid Philadelphia sports fan, he also enjoyed Thoroughbred Horse Racing and British Soccer. He loved traveling with his beloved wife and especially enjoyed cruising to the Caribbean.

Jim kept his family, friends, and all he met laughing with his sense of humor, sharp wit, and silly songs. He remained proud of his Scottish heritage and was a loyal Scotsman to the end.

Surviving along with his wife of 70 years Roseann, are his daughters Elizabethann and Heather, son Robert, daughter in law Kathleen, and granddaughter Allison.

No funeral services will be held at Jim’s request. In lieu of flowers, any donations wishing to be made in Jim’s memory, please go The Alzheimer's Association at: https://act.alz.org/site/Donation

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Our Thoughts and prayers are with the family. Thank you for sharing James's life was us at Providence Place.

~ Daniel Collegeville, PA
1/15/2024 9:26:36 AM

My heart breaks for all of you.

~ Cindy Ebert
1/12/2024 10:54:27 PM

I hope that your sense of loss is tempered by your memories of the great family life your Dad and Mom were able to bestow upon all of you. Though I did not see him enough, it was always a treat to share dinner around your table with him and your Mom. I will miss him! Frank

~ Frank Sherman Royersford, PA
1/12/2024 7:59:18 PM

I am sorry for your loss. I hope the memories of his beautiful life and marriage will help you heal.

~ Donna Sherin Stillwater, PA
1/12/2024 7:36:10 PM