Carpenter, James Michael

Carpenter, James Michael

February 29th, 2020

Peacefully at St. Joseph's Hospice, on Saturday, February 29, 2020, in his 61st year due to cancer. Cremation has taken place. As per Jamie's wishes, there will be no memorial service. He will be missed by family and friends.

 

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Jim & Shirley House Our deepest sympathy to the Carpenter family, our thoughts and prayers are with you in these sad times.
Lauraine Congdon My thoughts and prayers are with all of you though these hard times.
Guy & Joann CooperOur condolences to the Carpenter Family, our thoughts are with you.
Becky CalhounI'm very sad for all his family. Jamie was always nice to me everytime I saw him and was always warm, friendly & funny. May he rest in peace.
Heather KirkSo very sad to hear of Jamie’s passing ...sending all our prayers and deepest condolences to all of the Carpenter family 💜💜💜
Lyn S ithSorry to hear of your loss. Keeping you in my thoughts.
Tom Cooper Taken way too soon. Rest in peace Jamie.
Charlie McDonnell So sad to hear of Jamie's' passing. Seeing him at work, he always had a smile on his face, and never let anything bother him or others to change their attitude.. Will miss his smile and laugh.. Hope you have found piece Jamie..
Randy KeronI am so sorry to hear this news. I attended elementary school and high school with Jamie. He was always a big kind teddy bear of a person. He cared about others. I distinctly remember one occasion in elementary school where he stood up for me with a bully. Not many 12 year olds would do that. That is who Jamie was even at that young age. Sadly I lost touch with Jamie after high school but do remember running into him in a hockey arena about 15 years ago. While it sounded like he had had some bumps in his life, he had that ever present grin on his face and a positive attitude. While I have not had any recent contact, Jamie touched my life in a very positive way. I am certain that he had that same effect on everyone encountered in life. My only regret was not having an opportunity to tell him. His memory will continue to positively influence me.
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