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Jim Tubertini Memorial Fundmemorial-jim

September 25, 2011

Jim Tubertini passed away on July 31, 2011 at his home in Tucson, AZ with his wife Roberta at his side. A special Jim Tubertini Memorial Fund was established at the Give Something Back International Foundation by the Tubertini family & friends.

Jim was a life long learner and after retirement from Lucent Technologies-Bell Labs in 2002, he was especially active with students at Hunterdon Central High School both as an employee and as a volunteer and serving as the President of the Red Devils Football Booster club.

Given Jim’s devotion to students, the Jim Tubertini Memorial Fund will be used to build a school for poor rural students in earthquake-ravaged Haiti. This school will be dedicated in his memory.

Andrew Ezzell of the GSBI Foundation was one of Jim’s career mentors at AT&T Bell Laboratories at Murray Hill, NJ. At the time, Jim was Vice President of the local CWA union and they work together on a number of projects focused on bringing together union and management employees to collaboratively work on solving organizational problems.

Jim is survived by his loving wife of 14 years, Roberta Tubertini. Also surviving are three dear children and their families, Jessica, her husband Ed Szybowski and their daughters Gabrielle and Victoria, Matthew Tubertini and his fiancée Elise LaBricciosa.

You may make a tax-deductible donation to the Jim Tubertini Memorial Fund by electronic donation or check.

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