James C. “Rambo” Austin – 1/18/2021

January 21st, 2021

James C. “Rambo” Austin, 54, passed away on January 18th at Acuity Hospital in Atlantic City, NJ.  He was born in Chester to the late, James and Beverly Austin.  Jim worked at HollyDELL school as a transport driver for adults with special needs.  He loved his clients and co-workers.  He was an avid fan of the Eagles and was especially happy to see them win the Superbowl.  Jim had a contagious smile and a zest for living.  He was a devout Christian who above all else loved his family and friends. He cherished his oldest friends and memories from the “parking lot” days.  He was also a proud father to his daughter, Megan, as she works toward her college degree.

He is survived by his daughter, Megan Austin and her mother, Sandy Austin; Fiance, Christine Decker and her son, Jerry Decker; Sister, Della Broomall (Gene) and their daughter, Brittany Broomall.

Due to current Covid restrictions, burial and services will be private.  At a later date, a memorial service will be held to honor Jim’s life.

8 thoughts on “James C. “Rambo” Austin – 1/18/2021

  • By A. Friend on

    I hope you are at peace.

  • By Gretchen and Jeff ONeill on

    I will miss you my friend. Soar with the Eagles and next time I hear thunder Ill imagine you and Reggie White playing a game of tackle. Rest with your loved ones that left before you. You will truly be missed but your memories will live on in our hearts. Watch over your girls (Christine, Megan, and San) from above and Jeff and I will watch out for them here for you!

  • By Jane Bunting on

    we will miss you,Jimmy.

  • By Rob duranto sr on

    I’ll miss you buddy go birds

  • By David+Jones on

    My deepest Condolences to the Austin Family. Rambo was always a joy to be around. I have a lot of great memories including him.
    Blessings for Peace,
    Dave Jones

  • By Christine on

    Rest easy my love. Life will never be the same without you God brought you in my life when I needed you tge most but I still need you and always will.

  • By Jackie Casey on

    May the angels welcome him and the saints guide him to paradise.

  • By Jen Repsher on

    You put up a good fight, may you rest in peace. Please look after Christine and Jerry (and your beloved cat, Kiki). Thank you for loving my best friend.

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