The horses, dogs and other assorted pets were his own family. So many animals, going to visit was like a trip to the farm. Inside the house, there was music on the stereo or sports on TV and always, there was a dream in his heart.
Jamie often recalled our family history. It might be favorite memories, treasured tales or even revelations of shenanigans I hadn't heard before. Joining in the reminiscing, I told him last week that I still remembered changing his diapers. He didn't seem to appreciate that, but I'll always remember him toddling around with his big blue eyes and head full of curls. It's been a joy to share this past year with him trading recipes, talking politics and the stock market. My, oh my, did he like his food spicy hot! And if he wasn't teasing me, he was making the grandkids scream as he chased them around the house.
A celebration of life will be held September 30 at the Immanuel United Methodist Church, Edwardsville where he was actively involved for several years.
This account was created on behalf of our family to help with the funeral expenses and make things a little easier. But this isn't just a place to raise money. Please enrich our lives with your favorite stories of Jamie.
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
- Stephanie Frazier
- Jim and Jeri Davis
- Debbie Green
- Alyssa(Cox) Maxwell
- Julie Eisenbeis
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