Jim Marangoni

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James A. "Jim" Marangoni
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Personal Details
Birth: June 9, 1951
Natrona Heights, Pennsylvania
Death: May 28, 2023(2023-05-28) (aged 71)
AHN- Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Occupation: Welder
Residence: Apollo, Pennsylvania
Party: Libertarian Party

James A. "Jim" Marangoni (June 9, 1951 - May 28, 2023) was born in Natrona Heights, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Marino J. Marangoni Sr. and Mafalda “Muffie” (Delvecchio) Marangoni. Marangoni graduated from Apollo High School in 1969, marking the beginning of his educational journey.


After completing his education, Marangoni embarked on a successful career as a welder. He worked at the Keystone Generating Station in Shelocta, Pennsylvania, for an impressive 47 years, retiring in 2020. His dedication and hard work throughout his career left a lasting impact on the industry.

Political Involvement

Marangoni was a passionate advocate for libertarian principles. He actively participated in meetings and events organized by the Libertarian Party. His commitment to the party's ideals demonstrated his deep belief in individual liberty and limited government.

Personal Life

Marangoni cherished his family and community. He was a member of The Community Church of Pine Run, where he found spiritual fulfillment. Additionally, he maintained close connections with his former schoolmates from St. James.

One of Marangoni's greatest joys in life was spending quality time with his family, particularly his grandchildren. He created enduring memories with his wife of 50 years, Peggy J. (Fornwalt) Marangoni, and their children: son Michael J. (Karen) Marangoni of Leechburg and daughter Joanne M. (Ron) Hreha of North Apollo. He took immense pride in his role as a grandfather to Drew Hreha, Tyler Marangoni, Zach Hreha, Dylan Marangoni, and Cody Marangoni. Marangoni also had a strong bond with his brothers, Marino Marangoni of Apollo and Dan Marangoni of Apollo, as well as several nieces and nephews.

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