James Aloysius Fitzgerald, the former vice president of a commercial credit and leasing company, died at 92 from complications from a stroke at his Perry Hall home on Tuesday.
Mr. Fitzgerald was a World War II veteran and father to seven children.
In 1953, Mr. Fitzgerald joined CIT Credit & Leasing, which provided loans and leases for heavy construction equipment. Seven years later, he moved to the Baltimore area to open the company's Baltimore/Washington regional office, where he was vice president.
A funeral Mass will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday at St. Ursula Church at 8801 Harford Road.
In addition to his wife, son, daughter and grandson, Mr. Fitzgerald is survived by his children James Fitzgerald of Jacksonville, Fla., Karen Ebert of Parkton, Kimberly Shalan of Mount Airy, Thomas Fitzgerald of Perry Hall, and Noel Fitzgerald of Timonium; 21 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; and 14 nieces and nephews.
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