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Coach Jim Sharpe 1965 to 2016

Rest in Peace

Coach Jim Sharpe

May 1965 to October 2016




As a member of our community your passion and dedication to the Wildcats was second to none. You could always see that by how much you did for us! From coaching, to field clean up days, to prepping the fields on rainy days you were always a part. Not only did you do but you also coached others to understand why they needed to step and volunteer.

As a Coach you touched the lives of so many of our youth and taught them so many lessons on and off the field. You were the type of coach that would work with any of the boys regardless of what team they were on and always made them feel like they were a superstar! As these boys grow to be young men they will each carry a part of you with them that you imparted to them through their experiences with you. Each one of them is better for having you coach them even for just a few minutes.

As coaches who have played with and against you and your teams over the years we thank you for making us step and be the men we are supposed to be. You made sure that we knew that we had a responsibility to them as coaches and as men to strive to be the best.

In April when we step on the field there you may not be there physically but your memory and the gifts that you gave each of us will continue on!

You were a special part of our family and we thank you and your family for allowing us to share in your gifts!





1965 - 2016 


James P. Sharpe Jr Obituary


James P. Sharpe Jr., 51, of Langhorne, Pa., formerly of Lambertville, N.J., lost his battle with cancer on Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016, in his home. He was born on May 26, 1965, in Flemington, N.J., to James P. Sharpe Sr. and the late Florence Sharpe. 
He is survived by his wife of 15 years, Debra Franklin Sharpe, and his four children, Anthony, Mallie, Kendra, and Jeremy. In addition to his wife and children, he is survived by his sisters and brothers-in-law, Polly and Paul Bokus, Wendy and Salvatore Maltese, Leslie and Jack Arecco, James and Fumi Franklin, and his many nieces and nephews. 
Jim was a diehard Miami Dolphins and Phillies fan. He was a coach and former vice-president of the Penndel Wildcats football league, and a longtime baseball coach of the Neshaminy Wildcats. 
He was dedicated to his family and inspired everyone with his approach to life, sense of humor, and his eagerness to help others. 
Viewing will be held on Monday, Oct. 24, 2016, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Kirk and Nice, 333 County Line Rd., Feasterville, Pa. 19053. Funeral will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 25, at the funeral home, followed by burial in Prospect Hill Cemetery, Flemington, N.J.
In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to the https://dm2.gofund.me/please-help-the-sharpe-family-2uhjc7dz or to the Sharpe family.



NWAA 2017 Travel Baseball Tryouts 

If you would like to tryout for the 2017 Travel Baseball Season, tryouts will be held based on the schedule below. Please follow this link, and fill out the form to let us know you will attend the tryout. If you have issues with the date or questions, you can either reply to this email or specify in the form.


Sunday, 10/30

7's Baseball 12pm HILLTOP 2

8's Baseball 10am HILLTOP 2

9's Baseball 11am HILLTOP 2

10's Baseball 10am HILLTOP HBS

11's Baseball 11am HILLTOP HBS

Sunday 11/6

12's Baseball 10am HILLTOP HBS

If you are interested in Softball Travel, please follow the link and fill out the form; you will be notified when the softball tryouts are set. 

Please email any questions/comments to nwaabaseballinfo@gmail.com or you can tweet us @nwaabaseball. 



If you are interested in coaching a travel team please click on the above link. All travel coach spots are open.

Please send in all submissions by October 22nd. 

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